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Mercedes-Benz G-class Cabriolet (W463, facelift 2008) G 500 V8 (388 Hp) 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC technical specifications and fuel economy

Mercedes-Benz G-class Cabriolet (W463, facelift 2008) G 500 V8 (388 Hp) 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.9 sec. The maximum speed is 210 km/h | 130 mph.



Mercedes-Benz G-class Cabriolet (W463, facelift 2008) G 500 V8 (388 Hp) 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC Technical information

  • Engine displacement
    5461 cm3
  • Power
    388 hp
    285 kW
  • Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h
    5.9 sec
  • Maximum speed
    210 km/h
    130 mph
  • Kerb Weight
    2155 kg
    4751 lbs
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Mercedes-Benz  G-class Cabriolet (W463, facelift 2008)  G 500 V8 (388 Hp) 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC  General information General information
Brand : Mercedes-Benz
Model : G-class
Generation : G-class Cabriolet (W463, facelift 2008)
Engine / modification : G 500 V8 (388 Hp) 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC
Production start : 2010 year
Production end : 2012 year
Coupe type : Off-road vehicle
Num. of Doors : 2
Num. of seats : 4
Mercedes-Benz  G-class Cabriolet (W463, facelift 2008)  G 500 V8 (388 Hp) 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC  Fuel economy (consumption) Fuel economy (consumption)
Fuel consumption / economy - urban :
Fuel consumption / economy - extra urban :
Fuel consumption / economy - combined :
Fuel consumption at Low speed (WLTP) :
Fuel Type : Petrol (Gasoline)
Fuel consumption at Medium speed (WLTP) :
Fuel consumption at high speed (WLTP) :
Fuel tank volume : 96 l | 25.4 US gallons | 21.1 UK gallons
Fuel consumption at very high speed (WLPT) :
Combined fuel consumption (WPLT) :
Emission standard : Euro 5
Mercedes-Benz  G-class Cabriolet (W463, facelift 2008)  G 500 V8 (388 Hp) 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC  Performance Performance
Power : 388 hp | 285 kW
Max power in : 6000 rpm.
Maximum speed : 210 km/h | 130 mph
Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h : 5.9 sec
CO2 emissions (WLTP) :
Torque : 530 Nm @ 2800-4800 rpm.
Mercedes-Benz  G-class Cabriolet (W463, facelift 2008)  G 500 V8 (388 Hp) 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC  Engine Engine
Model Engine : M 273.963
Engine position : Front, longitudinal
Engine displacement : 5461 cm3
Engine oil capacity : 9 l
Fuel System :
Valvetrain : DOHC
Number of cylinders : 8
Number of valves per cylinder : 4
Piston Stroke : 90.5 mm
Cylinder Bore : 98 mm
All-electric range (WLTP) :
Average Energy consumption (WLTP) :
Mercedes-Benz  G-class Cabriolet (W463, facelift 2008)  G 500 V8 (388 Hp) 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC  Electric motor Electric motor
System power :
System torque :
Mercedes-Benz  G-class Cabriolet (W463, facelift 2008)  G 500 V8 (388 Hp) 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC  Transmission Transmission
Wheel Drive : All wheel drive (4x4)
Number of Gears (automatic transmission) : 7 G-TRONIC
Mercedes-Benz  G-class Cabriolet (W463, facelift 2008)  G 500 V8 (388 Hp) 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC  Chassis Chassis
Length : 4257 mm | 167.6 in
Width : 1760 mm | 69.3 in
Width including mirrors : 2007 mm | 79.0 in
Height : 1941 mm | 76.4 in
Wheelbase : 2400 mm | 94.5 in
Front track : 1475 mm | 58.1 in
Rear (Back) track : 1475 mm | 58.1 in
Ride height : 205 mm | 8.1 in
Approach angle : 36 °
Departure angle : 27 °
Climb angle : 38.7 °
Front overhang : 783 mm
Rear overhang : 820 mm
Wading depth : 500 mm
Minimum volume of Luggage (trunk) : 238 l
Maximum amount of Luggage (trunk) : 1580 l
Max weight : 2850 kg | 6283 lbs
Front brakes : Ventilated discs
Rear brakes : Ventilated discs
Kerb Weight : 2155 kg | 4751 lbs
Steering type : Cone worm with recirculation balls
Power steering : Hydraulic Steering
Minimum turning circle (turning diameter) : 11.3 m
Permitted trailer load with brakes (12%) : 2850 kg
Permitted trailer load without brakes : 750 kg
Permitted towbar download : 115 kg
Mercedes-Benz  G-class Cabriolet (W463, facelift 2008)  G 500 V8 (388 Hp) 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC  Tyres / Wheels Tyres / Wheels
Tire size : 265/60 R18
Wheel rims size : 7.5J x 18
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