The Mercedes G-Wagen has had an interesting history after over 31 years of continuous production. But was only available in North America for much of its history as a gray-market import. Public demand eventually prompted Mercedes to officially offer the G-Wagen on American shores.
The AMG version will be the last Mercedes-Benz to retain the torquey 5.4-liter supercharged V8, with the "55" moniker finally being replaced by "63" somewhere in 2012. Even though the new AMG will be named G 63, under the hood will most likely be a version of the newly-launched 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged V8, offering between 544 and 571 horsepower.
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