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The Mercedes-Benz G 400 d has been launched in the Indian market for Rs 2.55 crore (ex-
showroom). This time, customers can choose from two exclusive variants: the India-specific
“Adventure Edition” and the “AMG Line”.

The new G 400 d steps in to replace the erstwhile G 350 d and AMG G 63. Under the hood, the G
400 d is equipped with the formidable OM656 engine which, in 400 d spec, is the most powerful
diesel engine ever produced by Mercedes-Benz. It delivers a rated output of 330 hp at 3,600-4,200
rpm and a peak torque of 700 Nm at just 1,200-3,200 rpm. With these numbers, the G 400 d can
sprint from zero to 100 km/h in just 6.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 210 km/h.

The G 400 d “Adventure Edition” has been curated for the Indian market and comes equipped with
a number of high-end features, such as a Professional roof rack, Professional spare wheel holder,
full-size spare mounted on the tail-gate, 18-inch five-spoke light-alloy wheels painted in silver, a
logo projector and a multifunction steering wheel covered in Nappa leather.

When one of the three differential locks is engaged or the ‘low range’ is selected, the G 400 d can
enter ‘G mode’. To minimise gearshifts and maximise off-road performance, the G Mode adjusts
the chassis’s adjustable damping and the accelerator characteristic.

The G 400 d “AMG Line” is designed for those who want performance and includes eye-catching
elements that give it a distinctly sporting character. The sporty multifunctional steering wheel,
MultiBeam LED headlights and dynamic stainless steel spare wheel cover are the highlights. It also
gets an underguard in silver, 20-inch alloy wheels, Burmester surround sound system, sliding
sunroof, 64-colour ambient lighting, and a widescreen cockpit. The special line interior kit also
includes internal air ionisation, silver chrome air vents and nappa leather-finished cabin

Interested customers may now reserve their new G 400 d by paying a reservation fee of Rs 1.5 lakh.
The G 400 d is offered in four distinctive hues: G Manufaktur desert sand non-metallic, G
Manufaktur vintage blue non-metallic, G Manufaktur travertine beige metallic and G Manufaktur
south seas blue metallic. Deliveries are anticipated to start in early Q4 2023.

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