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Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG Gets Sideways Easily on Wet Pavement, a Bit Too Sideways

Electronic nannies actually make this a lot more difficult than it looks.

As strange as the existence of seriously powerful SUVs seemed when they first started coming out, the existence of such plush high-riders like the BMW X5 M has become something which we now more or less accept. But AMG versions of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class still seem a little off. The vehicle is just so much more of an off-roader than the X5 has ever been in any form that a version of the G-Class that has to stay on the road is odd.

But here we can see one behaving like a sports car on wet pavement, and even briefly spinning out. You get used to it after a bit.

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