The biggest difference between the current G63 and the new one, however, will likely be on paved roads. That's because all versions of the G-Class get an independent front suspension and a significantly widened track. Mercedes says AMG then completely redesigned the suspension, adding AMG-specific coil springs at all four corners to improve handling. It also added a strut tower brace to improve rigidity, stabilizer bars to reduce body roll, adaptive dampers, and speed-sensitive steering. To further tailor the G63 to their needs, owners can choose from five on-road and three off-road driving modes. AVAILABLE NOW!