2012 – Mercedes-Benz Classe G 63 AMG Brabus

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2012 – Mercedes-Benz Classe G 63 AMG Brabus
The star brand's timeless 4X4, perfected by its top tuner French road registration Chassis n°WDB4632721X202094 - Outstanding road and crossing capabilities - Vehicle prepared and delivered by Brabus - 620 hp 5.5L twin-turbo V8 engine - Special finishes and extensive equipment - Exclusive Mercedes maintenance and complete history - Very good condition, just 132,000 kms with up-to-date service Location: Paris region The G-Class presented is a 2012 Mercedes-Benz model, type 463, in its 63 AMG version, commissioned and prepared by the famous German tuner Brabus from the outset. This G-Class, one of the first G 63 AMGs to be reworked by Brabus, features a twin-turbocharged 5.5L V8 with 620 hp, thanks to the Brabus B63-620 PowerXtra module that will give its name to subsequent models optimized in this way. Initially launched in Germany but immediately registered in the UK at the end of 2012, this G-Class changed hands a few months later. It was acquired in 2013 with just over 5,000 kms by a well-known horse breeder, who did most of his own mileage, having it regularly serviced in Switzerland, always by the same brand dealer, in this case the garage de l'Athénée in Geneva (Cointrin). It then went through another owner, before the 4th and current owner bought it from a professional last year on a whim. It has to be said that this G-Class, in its all-black configuration (Obsidian Black Metallic and black Designo leather interior), has a lot going for it. In addition to the Brabus mechanical preparation, including the B63-620 and Ride Control pilot-controlled suspension, this is accompanied by an entire aesthetic preparation, with 23-inch Platinium Edition black one-piece forged aluminum wheels, Brabus-badged matte-black chromed tailpipes, yellow-painted brake calipers, black paint on all chromed or silvered elements, Brabus illuminated aluminum door sills, Brabus floor mats and multiple badges. All this in addition to the multitude of Mercedes options that already equipped this G-Class from the outset, including, to name but a few: exclusive Designo pack with quilted leather, electrically heated and ventilated front seats, electric sunroof, Harman Kardon Logic7 audio system, active cruise control (Distronic Plus), rearview camera, multimedia interface with screens for rear passengers... Details of all the equipment and preparation can be found on the original invoice in the file (available on request). Today, this G-Class has just under 132,000 kilometers on the clock, and is in excellent used condition. It is strictly original, i.e. as it was when it left the Brabus workshops, except that the central screen has been replaced by a larger one, with a more modern interface incorporating CarPlay for improved functionality. The last service was carried out in July 2023, at 127,725 kms, by the Mercedes-approved specialist in Le Chesnay, near Paris. The consumables are in good condition and the battery is new. The full service history and the corresponding file of invoices confirm the serious maintenance of this G-Class, which is also accompanied by all its accessories (user manuals, spare keys, etc.). Ready for adventure in style and with unrivalled levels of performance, this exceptional G-Class, in its 63 AMG 620 Brabus version, is as powerful as it is luxurious, enabling you to tackle all types of road in complete serenity. Its particularly meticulous configuration and the G's timeless character also give it the surprising ability to be always in vogue, and never out of fashion, even giving it a certain elegance, despite its imposing size. Marketed in 1979 in its civilian version, the Geländewagen, or G-Wagen for short, developed by Mercedes in close collaboration with the Austrian company Steyr-Puch, has military origins. Initially, in the early 1970s, it was the Shah of Iran, then a major shareholder in Mercedes' parent company Daimler-Benz, who commissioned the design of an all-terrain vehicle for his army, thus accelerating a nascent project at a time when the Range Rover had just made its appearance. The first prototypes, coded W460, went on the road in 1974, but production of the definitive version of the G-Wagen type W461 began only five years later, shortly after the fall of its sponsor... The designers of the G-Wagen had had military and professional markets in mind, but had fortunately also targeted private customers, in the face of the
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