Carlex Design has created a special version of the Mercedes-Benz X-Class
The car is inspired by the legendary G63 AMG 6x6
It was 2016 when Mercedes-Benz presented its new X-Class, the first pickup made in series by the German company. Built by sharing some mechanical components with the Nissan Navara and Renault Alaskan, the vehicle was unsuccessful and its production was suspended in 2020.
After the end of its construction, the Carlex Design technicians decided to build a special version inspired by the famous Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6. Derived from an X350d equipped with a 255 hp V6 3.0 engine managed by a seven-speed automatic gearbox, the vehicle was equipped with an additional rear axle to allow the installation of two more wheels.
The suspension has been strengthened, six knobby tires have been fitted and a roll-bar has been mounted in the rear to stiffen the vehicle's chassis. The car was built in a single copy and the price at which it was sold to an unknown buyer was not stated.