The company limits each color to 463 units.
If you don’t have room to fit a fleet of Mercedes-AMG G63 SUVs in the garage, then the company's new Crazy Colors models at least offers a chance to park a rainbow assortment of them on your bookshelf. While you can't actually drive these 1:18-scale toys, it's still fun to imagine using one to climb the tallest pile of paperwork on the desk when work gets too daunting.
True to their name, the Crazy Colors G63 models come in five eye-popping shades: AMG solarbeam, sunsetbeam, aliengreen, tomatored, and galacticbeam. Parts like the mirrors, bumpers, roof, and wheel arch extensions are obsidian black, which creates a better visual contrast against the body's bright tones. The company GT Spirit goes out of its way to make the models as accurate as possible, too. For example, even the distance between the honeycomb stitching on the seats is to the correct scale. Each of these tiny SUVs consists of around 100 parts.
People who want one of these scale G63s need to act quickly because Mercedes limits each color to just 463 examples. The odd figure pays homage to the automaker's W463 internal codename for the G-Class. They're now available from the automaker's sales partners.