2015 Mercedes G 500 4×4² Review and Specs. Here is the Mercedes G Class wildest and effective of all time the 2015 Mercedes G 500 4×4² becomes official, before its premiere at the Geneva Motor Show 2015. With 422 hp, 22-inch tires and two drive shafts directly inherited from 6×6 Class G 63 AMG, the Mercedes G 500 4×4² becomes a unique machine capable of eating any type of terrain.
The veteran is a degree, so they say, and certainly the Mercedes-Benz G-Class you take it to the letter. Al honorable SUV he still had novelties and surprises for offering such as this impressive Mercedes-Benz G 500 4×4² which will have its official launch at the Geneva Motor Show 2015, swimming upstream: no, this is not one of those SUV trepabordillos but robust terrain and effective old-fashioned.
If the six meters long and three axes six wheel drive Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG 6×6 you seemed a whole too, the Mercedes G 500 4×4² is a bit more content in your offer, but keeping all the spirit and capabilities the 6×6, a model which, incidentally, manufacturing ceases to maintain maximum exclusivity of dozens of units produced.
The Mercedes G 500 4×4² takes over, and that despite being a prototype for now (very close to the production, of course), it will also be produced soon, very limited way. No trace of ‘AMG’, in your engine is not practiced the V8 naturally aspirated 5. 5-liter remaining Class G 500, but the new V8 Biturbo 4. 0-liter, a known in the Mercedes-AMG GT and Mercedes-AMG C block 63.
Thus, the Mercedes G 500 4×4² offers 422 hp and complies with Euro 6 standards, working in conjunction with an automatic transmission 7G-Tronic with gearbox. In this class G also a particular configuration of the exhaust is adopted, located laterally, on both sides, in front of the rear wheels.
Thanks to a directly inherited conception of Class G 6×6, their axes are not the usual type hatchback rigid: it has portal axles in which the wheels are not aligned with the center of each axis but are located below. Each wheel also uses two shock absorbers and suspension springs for: one of these games is of conventional type, while the other is adaptive, with electronic control.