The company will only produce 65 units of the car globally.

The last special edition of the company’s range-topping AMG SUV, the G 65 will be limited to only 65 units worldwide, of which all of them will be only left-hand drive. Mercedes-AMG’s SUV will feature cosmetic changes both on the outside and inside.

The SUV features bronze trimming on the new 21-inch alloy wheels, the grille and the mirrors. This same bronze theme is on the interior too, featuring Final Edition badging on the grab handles along with black leather and carbon-fibre. Under the hood is the same 6.0-litre V12 motor that makes 630hp and 1,000Nm, mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission.

Mercedes will officially reveal the next-gen model of the SUV soon.

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