Football players are well known for having many luxury and sports cars in their garage.
Football players are well known for having many luxury and sports cars in their garage. We regularly find Lamborghinis, Rolls-Royces or even, for those with the best-stocked bank account (s), Bugattis. SUVs and other 4 × 4s are also great cars. The most imposing of them is none other than the Mercedes G-Class in its most extreme 63 AMG version.
But if it is particularly imposing, the Mercedes 4 × 4 is not indestructible. This is what has been observed Arsenal player Ainsley Maitland-Niles at the beginning of the month.
As can be seen from the photos of the accident, the Mercedes G 63 AMG ended up lying on its side following a collision with another car. If we do not know the exact circumstances of the accident which took place on the M25 motorway in London, it is certain that the shock must have shaken the various occupants. Fortunately, the police said that no one had a serious injury. The insurance companies having to agree to pay for the repairs will surely fall apart given the significant damage caused.
While in operation, the G-Class prepared by AMG is capable of mind-blowing performance. He can thus pass from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.5 seconds and reach 220 km / h in peak despite a weight of 2580 kg. This is possible thanks to the generous 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 developing 585 hp and 850 Nm of torque. As a reminder, in France, the G 63 AMG class requires a minimum of 167 101 €.
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