Mercedes-Benz revealed more details about the G 500 4x4² which is a model brother of the Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG 6x6. Suitable for extreme condition terrains, the concept vehicle looks so powerful and domineering that even the Apocalypse wouldn't be able to stop its march! In terms of power, it is provided by a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine that stands out with extreme delivery of horses! The unit is capable of generating 422 hp (310 kW). Mercedes stayed tight-lipped regarding any performance specifications but mentioned that the new engine would meet the Euro 6 emission standards.
Nevertheless, what we know is that the G 500 4x4² benefits from an all-wheel drive with portal axles and a returned suspension with two spring/damper struts on every wheel. The off-road capabilities are perfected thanks to the 450mm of ground clearance, a fording depth of 1000 mm and 52° and 54° angle of approach and departure.
Following the path of its sibling, Mercedes-Benz G 500 4x4² receives an AMG front bumper, carbon fiber flares, a roof-mounted LED light bar, stainless steel underbody guards and an impressive side exhaust. Moreover, the aggressive look of the vehicle is further characterized by a 22-inch 325/55 R 22-sized wheels fitted with off-road tires. For those who want to use the G 500 4x4² off the beaten track, there are off-road 37x12.5x18-inch MT tires available as an option too.
Mercedes hasn't released any images of the interior but said that the striking G 500 4x4² will impress with attractive leather seats adorned with DYNAMICA diamond-designed quilting. Additionally, there is DINAMICA trim for the roof liner and the body pillars.
According to the company, a production variant might or might not be taken into consideration, depending on the reaction which show car will receive.