If the appearance of a vehicle hardly changes over three decades, yet its popularity remains unbroken, the manufacturer has done everything right . The G class is such a stroke of luck: its design demonstrates timeless distinction. The G 63 AMG is a part of this tradition, setting it own accents with subtle design modifications. Its face is characterized by the AMG radiator grille with duel lamellae and four chrome inserts, as well as prominent bumpers with large air intakes. Another feature that is characteristic for the AMG model is the fender flares. Optional stainless steel running boards and protective strips on the sides containing inserts with a brushed aluminum look complement the exclusive exterior. Other signs of distinction are the "V8 BITURBO" lettering on the front fenders and the G 63 AMG nameplate on the rear door. Red brake calipers and – available for the first time – 20-inch wheels round off the expressive exterior.