The G65 AMG's profile looks like it was designed exclusively with a T-square, and that's a key part of its appeal.
You don't see many externally-mounted spares anymore these days.
Mercedes has done an admirable job trying to modernize the G65's cabin without losing its historic essence.
The G65's rear hatch is side hinged, swinging open like a huge, old refrigerator door.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen started out as little more than a glorified farm implement when new. Today, it's the $220,000-plus toast of Beverly Hills. Strange world.
The G65 AMG looks huge, but it's actually not as large as you might think by modern standards, and it's certainly narrower.
High-intensity discharge light fixtures are up to date and look a little "Terminator"-ish.
My numbers are bigger than your numbers.
Even the hood hinges refuse to bow to aerodynamics.
The door hood hinges, too.
How many new cars can you buy today with sidepipes? Not great for ground clearance, but great for paparazzi dispersement.
No, it's not a Nerf Hoop, it's a cup-holder. Truly.