/Mercedes G63 AMG Sunset Beam “Crazy Color” Scooped

Mercedes G63 AMG Sunset Beam “Crazy Color” Scooped

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As you may remember, a few days ago Mercedes-Benz announced the launch of a weird new option for the G63 and G65 models, called the Crazy Color option. It is exactly what it says on the tin, a number of crazy colors you can order to make your off-roader even more unique. – The Mercedes G63 AMG Sunset Beam!

 This orange G-Wagen you see here is the Mercedes G63 AMG Sunset Beam, rocking one of those “Crazy” colors offered in the program. Photographed at Mercedes-Benz Berlin showroom, the car looks just plain orange to us. Which begs the question who in their right minds would pay 18.913 Euros for this color?

Mercedes G63 AMG Sunset Beam looks crazy for sure, in the same way that an orange elephant looks crazy. But interesting? Not so sure, especially as the cheaper Solar Beam shade looks a lot cooler. Well, we say cheaper, but color still costs like 15K Euros!

The body color on the G63 AMG Sunset Beam is complemented with gloss black bumpers, fender flares, running boards and mirror caps. We can’t help but think it would look better if the side molding was also black.

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Via Mercedes-Benz Berlin

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