Mercedes-AMG G 63 and Range Rover SVR compete in tug of war: videoDecember 16, 2019
Bloggers compared the traction capabilities of “charged” SUVs
YouTube channel Carwow duel on the ground the new Mercedes-AMG G 63 and the updated Range Rover Sport SVR. Both SUVs are distinguished by an enviable cross-country ability for the luxury segment, equipped with V8 gasoline engines of similar power and shod in road tires.
Under the wheels there is a slippery lawn, off-road mode is activated, all three differentials are locked in the G-Class. The mass of the Mercedes-AMG G 63 is 183 kilograms less than the Range Rover Sport, in addition, the G-Class is equipped with a more modern four-liter biturbo engine against a five-liter compressor in a British SUV.
The German “all-terrain vehicle” develops 585 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque in the range from 2500 to 3500 rpm, its opponent has 575 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque from 3500 to 5000 rpm.
For better objectivity, bloggers made several attempts, and the results of tug of war were unequivocal. Carwow previously compared the traction capabilities of the Mercedes-AMG G 63 with the Bentley Bentayga Speed, the current Porsche Cayenne Turbo, and even several new Suzuki Jimny.
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