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2019 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG

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Well. Okay then. What we are looking at today is a 2019 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG with some unique modifications. Some very unique modifications. As you can see, extra body work has been added along with some very wide wheels. The suspension has also been removed and replaced with an air bag system and modified control arms. Did I mention it rides on Toyo R888 tires? Let me try to make sense of this.

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Year: 2019
Model: G63 AMG
VIN: WDCYC7HJ9KX300690
Engine: 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8
Transmission: 9-speed automatic
Mileage: 2,944 mi
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
Price: $249,996 Buy It Now

– CRAFTED AIR SUSPENSION FRONT AND REAR
– SADISTIC EXTENDED UPPER CONTROL ARMS TO CORRECT CAMBER
– SLAM SPECIALTIES REAR BAGS
– ACCUAIR ELEVEL AND CVT AIR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
– FACTORY SUSPENSION DELETED
– REAR TRUNK SETUP AND STAINLESS HARDLINES
– ROTIFORM HVN 20 X 12 FRONT / 20 X 13 REAR WHEELS
– TOYO R888
– STARLIGHT HEADLINER
– LED UNDER LIGHTING
– LED ROCK LIGHTS
– ALL STEEL WIDEN FENDERS 6 INCH FRONT AND 8 INCH REAR OVER STOCK
– ALL STEEL EXTENDED RUNNING BOARDS
– STAINLESS EXHAUST WITH TITANIUM TIPS
– BRABUS FRONT BUMPER AND REAR BUMPER
– BRABUS CARBON FIBER FRONT ROOF SPOILER AND FOG LAMPS
– BRABUS CARBON FIBER HOOD
– CARBON FIBER TRIM BEZELS
– COMPETITIVE LEASE AND FINANCE OPTIONS
– EXTENDED WARRANTY AVAILABLE

I understand modifying your vehicle, but this just seems ridiculous. I can not imagine how hard this thing rides, even on the airbag suspension. The wheels are 12″ and 13″ wide and are wrapped in Toyo R888 with a 30 series sidewall, which is a pure track-only racing slick. The width of the truck has also been enlarged another 8″ on both sides, which I can’t imagine is fun in tight spaces or even trying to park this thing. I just don’t get it. It’s not like you can take this back to stock in an afternoon or even put regular wheels and tires on it.

All this for an asking price of $250,000? The amount of people this appeals to is very slim, and probably almost all of them don’t have the resources to purchase a $250,000 vehicle that is useless to drive in a lot of situations. The things you see.

– Andrew

8 Comments

  1. Kelly
    Kelly May 26, 2021

    Well, that was negative. As a recent G purchaser I would have to say this is the other direction from most G owner desires. BUT, is this any more inconvienent than any high dollar super car? Will it stand out better?

  2. JT More
    JT More May 26, 2021

    Kelly, great summary. I expect the vast majority of US G’s never see dirt. If you can afford this you are looking to make a statement. In my mind an absolute waste but…..it does stand out. (For an enthusiast its …WTF?)

  3. Ricky Weston
    Ricky Weston May 26, 2021

    WTF is right! Why would somebody ever ruin a G-Wagen like this? I actually had an extra set of R888’s that I put on my SL500. Worst tires in the world! They sound like you’re driving on velcro. The BFG R1-S’s that a put on my C220? Quiet as any other good tire. Toyo tires are utter garbage. Whoever built this clearly just did it for “show.” I can only imagine how horrible this thing is to drive now. Yikes.

    Also, what on earth are those fake vents doing in the rear bumper? Seriously?

    Also Also, the longer you look at it, the worse it gets. Thanks for posting this monstrosity–I needed a laugh.

  4. Tirefriar
    Tirefriar May 26, 2021

    About as useful as the Urus…. well, you get the drift…

  5. Ricky Weston
    Ricky Weston May 26, 2021

    Also, not to be pedantic, but the R888 is not a racing slick. It’s a DOT approved semi-slick. Sorry! 🙂

  6. ace10
    ace10 May 26, 2021

    Sweet. Does it come with a flat-brimmed hat in the armrest?

  7. Carter
    Carter May 29, 2021

    Scion called and wants its xB back.

  8. Jeremy
    Jeremy June 4, 2021

    It was in the Toyo Tires booth at the SEMA show a few years ago. Looks like it’s a tale of another “show piece” that makes very little sense (including financial). 🙁

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