o, we aren’t pulling your leg; this really is the latest Mercedes-AMG G63. Yet while it looks remarkably similar to the original G-Class, there have been huge changes underneath that familiar boxy body. That’s for the best, given that the original G-Class was in production from 1979 all the way up to 2018.
That’s not to say the second-generation G-Class has gone soft. It still has a tough ladder-frame chassis with the body bolted on top, as well as three differential locks and a live rear axle; for maximum traction and suspension travel when going off-road. However, there has been an effort to reduce weight and, for the first time, it features fully independent front suspension and a more car-like steering set-up, all aimed at improving its on-road manners.
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