We’re pretty sure the Mercedes-Benz stand at the Geneva Motor Show will become scanty the second people are allowed in, given the abundance of novelties the German brand has prepared for the Swiss event.
Let’s recap – we have the A Class, as the all-new compact hatchback that will set the tone for its siblings, the all-new G Class in its European premiere fresh off the boat that allowed it to “cross” the Atlantic from Detroit, the Mercedes-AMG G63 that we just saw a few days ago, the new four-door Mercedes-AMG GT Coupé which is actually a sedan version of the GT series, the facelifted C Class both as a sedan and estate, and of course, topping everything up will be the Mercedes-Maybach S Class. The lengthy roster is also going to be enhanced with the arrival of the exclusive Mercedes-AMG G63 Edition 1, which is as per usual the limited-run version of the new AMG G63, offered for the first year of production.
Mostly clad in black, the G 63 Edition 1 also gains red accents on the side mirror caps, alloy wheels, and the brake calipers that gain the “AMG” lettering in black. There’s also a very inconspicuous grey decal on the side, while the traditionally classic turn signals sport a blacked out tint in order to combine with the all-black exterior. The cabin continues the black with red theme, with the crimson shade on the seats, the steering wheel’s twelve o’clock marker while for good measure there’s also a glossy burgundy trim on the door panels, the lower part of the center console and on the dashboard-mounted grab handle in front of the passenger. Red stitching completes the atmosphere.