Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG by German Special Customs (GSC)

Article by Christian A., on October 21, 2013

German Special Customs (GSC) is known for its impressive body kits made for Mercedes-Benz vehicles and once again the company didn’t disappoint us. GSC showed today their customized Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG and as expected the result is remarkable. In order to make the design even more aggressive, German Special Customs installed a broad bumper bar, new front grille made of carbon fiber, a new set of LED daytime running lights, a new front hood with carbon fiber inserts, new side sills and enlarged fenders.

At the rear we find a new bumper with integrated air diffuser, trapezoidal tailpipes made of stainless steel and a carbon fiber cover for the spare tire. The body kit is rounded up with the side mirrors made of carbon and fine ventilation slits on the engine hood. Under the hood, we find a 5.5-liter biturbo V8 engine with 620 hp.

For those who don’t know, the standard version delivers 544 hp, but thanks to the modified exhaust system and reworked software GSC managed to boost its power. The power of the engine is delivered to the road via the 23-inch forged rims wrapped in soecial tires. The interior received black and red leather, ornamental carbon fiber parts and a speedometer upgrade to 320 km/h.

Mercedes is able to keep up with the times when it created the G63 AMG as the eight-cylinder top-of-the-range model. Just like the SL63 AMG and SL65 AMG, the new G63 AMG features the new face of the AMG brand. This new face is defined by the high-gloss black "twin-blade" radiator grille with four chrome inserts. The design of the grille of the new G63 AMG well complements its classic contours as well as by its elegant off-road appearance.

The new G63 AMG also dons the AMG bumper that features three large apertures serving as air intake for the cooling module. Likewise, the vehicle dons a characteristic masculine appearance, thanks to the vertical high-gloss chrome stainless steel inserts. The front look of the G63 AMG is also defined by bi-xenon headlamps, below of which sits new daytime running lamps employing LED technology.

Just like other AMG models, the new G63 AMG is provided with the stainless-steel running boards and distinctive wheel-arch flares as well as side protective strips with stainless-steel inserts. The new G63 AMG is marked by the "V8 BITURBO" logo on the front mudguard as well as by G63 AMG type plate on the rear door.

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