It’s the first time the two feats of engineering and power have been in the same place since they were conceived over a year ago — both chomping at the bit to unleash their bone-shaking power. The G 63’s engine revs, letting out a throaty growl, as if it can’t stand being limited to the 40 mph (64 kph) limit that the photoshoot necessitates. Similarly, the matching Tirranna is using a fraction of the immense energy its six supercharged 4.6-liter V8 Mercury Racing 450R outboard engines provides (a combined 2,700 horsepower and a top speed of 80 mph) to keep itself aligned with the running G 63 only a handful of feet away on the Causeway.
With the two machines next to each other, you can see immediately that they are cut from the same cloth, or in this case, carbon fiber. The subtle details of the two are in harmony, from the paint scheme to the carbon fiber detailing G 63’s interior, which matches that of the Tirranna’s hardtop. The stunning exterior and the cabin leather of both the Tirranna and the AMG G 63 are clad in the distinctive color combination of “Macchiato Beige” and “Midnight Blue” — along with matching embroidery heralding the partnership. Even the steering wheels match (both crafted from carbon fiber)