The Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG is without a doubt one of the most menacing, and unconventional SUVs ever produced. Due to its cubic-shape, the G63 AMG has really unique road presence and thanks to some tuning done by AMG, it’s also one of the fastest cars of its sort currently for sale.
And just when we though the G63 AMG couldn’t get any more insane, we stumbled upon these pictures showing two six-wheeled (6×6) G63’s on their way to a new home in none other than the Middle East.
A similar six-wheeled G-Wagon is currently used by the Australian military, but these cars appear to be the first civilian versions produced, and even though it’s currently unknown just who carried out the conversion, or if it was Mercedes itself, one could quite comfortably expect these behemoths to cost at least double that of the normal car.
Although no engine specifications have been released, it’s likely that they features the same technical components as the ‘regular’ G63 AMG, meaning a twin-turbo 5.5-liter V8 engine pumping out 544hp and 560lb-ft of torque.