The new Mercedes-AMG G63 has only just been unveiled, but images of the inevitable Edition 1 variant have already found their way onto the Internet.
Dressed in menacing black paintwork with red accents on the side-mirror caps and around the rims of each of the black alloys, the special-edition model also features grey decals (as seen on other Edition 1 variants) running along its flanks.
Red brake calipers also appear to be part of the package, while the indicator lenses atop the front fenders have been tinted.
Inside, the bi-tone colour scheme continues, with the cabin's swathes of black leather receiving both red contrast stitching and solid red accents. And the seatbelts get the red treatment, too.
The Edition 1 model – which should be on sale for a full year from the G63's launch – will employ a twin-turbo 4,0-litre V8 worth a whopping 430 kW and 850 N.m.
The result? A sprint from standstill to 100 km/h in a claimed 4,5 seconds, and a top speed of 220 km/h (or 240 km/h with the optional AMG Driver’s package selected).
Take note that Mercedes-Benz has yet to reveal official information about this new Edition 1 variant (expect to hear more at the G63’s public debut at the upcoming Geneva International Motor Show), with these images coming courtesy of Mercedes-Benz Passion Blog's Facebook page.
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