New Mercedes GL 63 AMG top model presented in Moscow

At the Moscow Motor Show it is the new top model of the Mercedes GL 2012 weightier one highlights. The new GL 63 AMG celebrates its world premiere there.

New Mercedes GL 63 AMG top model presented in Moscow

The new Mercedes-Benz GL 63 AMG combines fascinating technology with an extensive standard equipment and supreme ride comfort for up to seven occupants. The AMG Ride Control sports suspension with Active Roll Stabilization System Curve offers tremendous driving dynamics and typical Mercedes comfort. Power transmission to all four permanently driven wheels is for the AMG SPEEDSHIFT 7G-Tronic Plus, equipped with three driving modes and automatic clutch function when downshifting, the seven-speed automatic excited by high variability.

Mercedes GL 63 AMG can be economical or sporty

In ‘Controlled Efficiency’ (C) mode of GL 63 AMG the ECO start is Stop Function active which aims to Turbo V8 as soon as the Premium SUV stops. “C” also includes a soft pedal and transmission characteristic with early gearshifts; starting up takes place here in principle in second gear. A green “ECO” symbol in the AMG instrument cluster shows the driver of the Mercedes GL 63 AMG, the activated ECO start-stop function to active. In the Sport driving modes (S) and Manual (M) not only just that the ECO start-stop function is disabled, the motor-gearbox combination with spontaneous reactions is also considerably more agile works. Now also provides a brief and well-defined withdrawal of ignition and injection when upshifting under full load for faster shifting and for an acoustic experience in most Mercedes-Benz GL.

GL 63 AMG is in 4.9 seconds to 100

The Mercedes GL 63 AMG provides the AMG 5.5-liter twin-turbo V8 for a confident ride, of the maximum output of 410 kW/557 hp and maximum torque of 760 Nm, resulting superior performance. From 0 to 100 km/h dashes of GL 63 AMG in 4.9 seconds, its top speed electronically limited amounts to 250 km/h. The NEDC fuel consumption of 12.3 liters per 100 kilometers, which corresponds to CO2 emissions of 288 g/km. The AMG engine of the Mercedes GL-top model shines with technical tidbits as spray-guided gasoline direct injection, piezo injectors, twin turbochargers, air-to-water intercooler, all-aluminum crankcase, four-valve technology with camshaft adjustment and generator management.