The next-generation Mercedes-AMG G 63 has been spotted running road trials again, and now we have some images of its interior. Here, we can see the test mule’s instrument cluster, which retains analogue dials, though they are of a revised design, and the previously floating central infotainment unit is now integrated with the instrument cluster.

Along the centre console, the starter button also appears to have been relocated closer to the middle away from the steering column where the new steering wheel resides, and the key change to the central console area is the move to circular air-conditioning vents in place of the square items in the current model. Here, the infotainment unit also does away with the physical phone-keypad buttons, leaving a more minimalist row of toggles below the vents.

Where the mechanical bits are concerned, we know that the upcoming Gelandewagen will become lighter and more spacious, offering a weight saving of up to 400 kg whilst bringing more space and particularly shoulder room to the interior. These developments are expected to translate across to this AMG variant as well.

Under the hood, the AMG G 63 will use feature the now-familiar 4.0 litre twin-turbo V8 with the compressors within the banks. With the current G 63‘s 5.5 biturbo litre V8 cranking out 571 hp and 760 Nm of torque, expect the new powerplant to further build upon those outputs. As before, the upcoming next-generation G-Wagen is expected to be manufactured in Graz, Austria.