Military Version of Mercedes G63 AMG 6X6

Mercedes unveiled its new off-road monster, G63 AMG model 6×6. Mercedes G320 CDI served as a basis for the military version of G-class drive with six wheels. Just when we thought that on the field of terrain vehicles everything told, Mercedes came out with a new product. The German company has paired the construction of military vehicles with six wheels, which is based on the G-class AMG with offer to superior customer civilian with version of the SUV with 6×6 drive.
Mercedes G63 AMG 6X6

Mercedes G63 AMG 6X6 is the Largest and Most Extreme Road Legal SUV

  Mercedes G63 AMG 6×6 body consists of a cab where there’s room for four passengers and an open pick-up allowance, and the whole structure is reinforced by roll-bar elements. That vehicle was created to impressive dimensions of length 5867 mm, width 2111 mm, height 2209 mm. Compared to the standard G63 AMG 4×4 SUV this is long by 1 m and 10 cm, while the other two dimensions increased by more than 20 cm. Field properties are enhanced due to the increased distance from the ground of 46 cm. Allowable angle of attack when approaching the obstacle is 52 degrees (16 more than the 4×4 version), and get off angle is 54 degrees (+27 compared to the 4×4 model). At Mercedes AMG G63 6×6 all is oversized in relation to the standard SUV. The vehicle has a mass of 3775 kg and wheels up to 37 inches. Instead of the 3.0-liter diesel engine and five-gear automatic gearbox with the military version, the G63 AMG has a 5.5-liter 6×6 bi-turbo with 544 HP and 760 Nm of torque, and the 7G-TRONIC automatic transmission. Mercedes has not announced official performance of the vehicle, but the head of the development department of Mercedes G-class, Axel Harries said for the Autoweek magazine that G63 AMG 6×6 is able from standstill to 60mph that arrives in less than 6 seconds, while Top speed is limited to 100mph. He added that Mercedes plans to produce annually 20-30 copies of this model. Price was not disclosed, but it would be the second most expensive cars from German manufacturer game, after the Electric Mercedes SLS.
Mercedes G63 AMG 6X6

Mercedes G63 AMG 6X6

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G Power Hurricane RS BMW M5 Touring – The World’s Fastest Station Wagon

G Power Hurricane RS BMW M5 Touring G Power Hurricane RS BMW M5 Touring G-Power loved working with BMWs. Back in 2008, the G-Power M5 Hurricane RS became the fastest sedan in the world, breaking a long-standing record of the Brabus Rocket. At the time, the M5 ran the track with a top speed of 200 mph, but G-Power had bigger plans for their M5. In November 2008, G-POWER M5 Hurricane RS achieved a top speed of 228.4 mph (367,59 km/h). The previous 227.2 mph (365,7 km/h) hold by the Brabus, has been broken claimed the world record for the fastest production sedan. After the record speed, the G-Power decided to push its limits one more time. Therefore, the Hurricane RR BMW M5 came to market with 800 horsepower and a new record speed: 372 km/h (231 mph). Now, G-Power surprises again. The German tuner is back with G Power Hurricane RS BMW M5 Touring. An M5 Hurricane RS based on the E60 BMW M5 Touring (wagon) hit 359 km/h (224 mph) on a German autobahn.

First Aston Martin One-77 Delivered to Monaco

First Aston Martin One-77 First Aston Martin One-77 [Photo: Fqogil] The Aston Martin One-77 has been a long time coming. The ultra expensive British supercar has been teased and teased and now the first Aston Martin One-77 has officially been delivered to its first customer. The black beauty pictured here is not only the first turned over to a private owner, but also the first non-prototype produced. Delivered to the famous Hotel de Paris in Monaco, it’s unclear who the lucky owner is, but whoever it may be currently has ultimate bragging rights in the automotive universe. The One-77 carries a stratospheric €1,340,000 (~$1.8m) price tag, but that’s only if you got on board at the beginning. If you were one of the final seventeen customers to place your order, the price reportedly went up by £150,000 (~$240k) for a final sticker of $2.04 million.

Pagani Huayra – Zonda Successor with Gullwing Doors

Pagani Huayra Pagani Huayra Pagani has finally revealed its much rumoured and much anticipated successor to the Zonda, the Pagani Huayra. Some people are already calling it ugly, but designing a successor to the mighty Zonda is always going to be a tall order. At least it has a good name, as Horacio Pagani’s newest design is named after the Andean god of wind, Aymara Huayra Tata. It’s obvious that the new beast has softer styling and isn’t as aggressive as the Zonda, but the two models still have a lot in common and share a similar silhouette. The newcomer even gets a pair of SLS-like gullwing doors, which introduce the driver to a bespoke interior. The Pagani Huayra will be powered by a Mercedes-Benz AMG-built 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine capable of churning out over 700 hp and a torque of over 740 pound-feetwhich is enough for a toe-curling 0-60mph time of 3.5 seconds and a top speed in excess of 230mph. The Huayra’s M158 engine is mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. Of course, power is nothing without control, and if our eyes don’t deceive us the car actually can deploy either of its two front or rear spoilers higher or lower to help it carve through the corners.

SSC Ultimate Aero II Aims to Hit 275mph

SSC Ultimate Aero II SSC Ultimate Aero II Bugatti may sit alone at the top of the industry in a number of ways, but it isn’t alone in the top-speed chase. Like NASA had the USSR’s space program, Bugatti has Shelby SuperCars to keep it on its toes. After Bugatti set the top-speed record with the original Veyron, SSC came along with its Ultimate Aero to take away its crown. Bugatti has since responded with the Veyron Super Sport, and now the Americans are fighting back with the new SSC Ultimate Aero II, which aims to reclaim the top slot. For starters, the new Ultimate Aero is powered by a 6.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8 that pumps out 1,350 horses, all of which will be needed to wring out that 275 mph. Overall, the car weighs just 2,600 pounds, giving it a power-to-weight ratio nearly double that of the Veyron. The question isn’t if this car will break the record… it’s when.

All Five Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sports Sold

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sports Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sports Signaling the revival of the luxury car market is this latest news from Bugatti, Volkswagen AG’s supercar brand, which states that the famous supercar brand has sold out all of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sports cars. According to reports, all five of  the 1.95 million Euros ($2.7 million) Bugatti’s fastest serial-production car in the world, have been reserved. Chief Executive Officer Franz-Josef Paefgen showed the car, which has a top speed of 415 kilometers (258 miles) per hour, at the Paris Auto Show this week.

$1 million Arash AF10 Supercar Will Soon Make a World Debut

Arash AF10 Supercar Arash AF10 Supercar Those car enthusiasts with a strong memory might recall the Arash AF10, a prototype supercar which was displayed at the 2006 London Motor Show. Come November and this car will be back in the spotlight as the company is now finally ready to unveil the first production version of the AF10 to the world. The supercar will make its world debut at the 2010 MPH The Prestige & Performance Motor Show. The AF10, which to some may look like the ugly sibling of the Ferrari Enzo, was originally slated to be an affordable supercar. However, pricing is to start at £620,000 (approximately $1 million), which Arash hopes will allow the AF10 to steal sales away from other small-scale supercar manufacturers, such as Koenigsegg and Pagani.

Officially Licensed Lamborghini Reventon Gas Powered Remote Control Car Revealed

Lamborghini Reventon Gas Powered Remote Control Car Lamborghini Reventon Gas Powered Remote Control Car For those who don’t have a whopping $1,200,000 to buy real Reventon, Lamborghini is offering a chance to get an officially licensed Remote Control version, which is a 1:10 scale car with more features than some production models. Highlights include a two-stroke 3cc petrol engine, a two-speed transmission, and permanent four-wheel drive. For optimum road holding, designers installed an independent suspension, hydraulic shocks, and disc brakes. The model is amazingly close to the real life vehicle with plenty of attention to detail. Of course, it won’t develop a total of 650 HP and won’t hit a top speed of 211 mph, but it will make your dream of getting your hands on a Lamborghini Reventon come to life, in a mini way.

Sportec Provides an Extra Boost for Porsche Panamera Turbo

Sportec Porsche Panamera Turbo Sportec Porsche Panamera Turbo Swiss tuning company Sportec has unveiled a two stage performance upgrade for the Porsche Panamera Turbo.  With the minimum of show on the outside and a bog-standard interior, Sportec put more effort into making its Porsche Panamera a concentrated driving machine. The stage one kit sees Sportec turning up the Panamera Turbo’s output from 492 horsepower to over 560 horsepower and 576 lb/ft of torque with the help of an ECU remap. The resulting improvements will see the Panamera Turbo clocking a time of 0-60 mph in just 3.9 seconds. This entire package can be had for roughly $4,700.

2011 Audi R8 5.2 Spyder Quattro V10 Let You Hear Song of the 525 Horsepower

2011 Audi R8 5.2 Spyder Quattro V10

2011 Audi R8 5.2 Spyder Quattro V10

Audi has announce pricing on the 2011 Audi R8 Spyder 5.2 Quattro V10, which will hit U.S. showrooms in the new Iron Man 2 movie. Prices will start at $161,000 for the R8 Spyder 5.2 quattro manual and $170,000 for the R8 Spyder 5.2 quattro R tronic gearbox. Before options, of course. In case you need to be reminded, the 2011 Audi R8 Spyder 5.2 quattro comes with the same V10 engine found in the R8 LMS racecar and the R8 5.2 quattro coupe, which means it can produce 525 HP at 8000 rpm and 391 lb-ft of torque at 6500 rpm. The Audi R8 Spyder 5.2 quattro can hit a top speed of 195 mph and it only takes 4 seconds to reach 60 mph from a stand still. Like the coupe, the Spyder gets all the usual Audi goodness you’d expect: quattro all-wheel-drive, a choice of a six-speed manual or seven-speed R tronic gearbox, and, since it’s a convertible, heat-resistant leather that can remain up to 68 degrees cooler than regular leather thanks to a special treament process.