Some time ago we’ve shown you some really interesting trucks: Land Rover Defender 110 Flying Huntsman 6×6 and Hennessey Goliath 6×6. Mercedes-Benz is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of trucks, and this G63 AMG 6×6 is one of the largest non-commercial trucks the company has ever built. Constructed totally in-house, Mercedes used the previous-generation G-class and extended the chassis to add a second rear axle and pickup bed. The result is nothing short of breathtaking, especially when you read the list of hardware: six-wheel-drive, five lockable differentials, and three axles capable of operating separately from each other to make the most of all 536 horsepower and 560 ft-lb of torque from the AMG twin-turbo V8. And this 2015 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 cross-country monolith is hitting the auction block.
Also included is a remote tire inflation and deflation system that can rapidly inflate or deflate the tires for optimal traction on any surface. While it may look brutish from the outside, inside is pure Mercedes luxury, with plenty of leather and tech to keep you comfortable. The truck has logged less than 140 miles since delivery, is in practically new condition, and is probably the best example of the original G-class on the market. And be sure to check 15 Best All-Terrain Vehicles for Sale.