Production is limited to just 65 units worldwide. The Final Edition retains all of the things you know and love about the G65. The twin-turbo V12 makes an astounding 630 horsepower and an Earth-axis altering 738 pound feet of torque. Still, that engine is tasked with moving a nearly three-ton hunk of steel and aluminum with the aerodynamic properties of a half-eaten block of cheese. The G65 hits 60 mph in 5.3 seconds.
More than a third of all G-Class variants come from AMG, so it makes sense to celebrate the end of G65 production. Most of the changes are visual. On the outside, the G65 Final Edition gets a number of bronze accents on the underride guard, bumpers, 21-inch wheels and mirrors. The black grille gets a bronze surround, while the running boards and exhaust tips are done in matte black. It looks nice and a little more conservative than the chrome usually on G-Wagens.
Inside, the black nappa leather gets brown stitching. The carbon fiber trim has bronze accents. There are a number of AMG and Final Edition badges throughout. Only European pricing has been announced, but the €310,233 converts to about $367,000. Not cheap, but no one buys a G-Wagen because it's a bargain. Production of the current model is expected to continue in some form alongside a new, bigger version. Here's hoping for a budget Mercedes off-roader.