Like the suspension, the all-wheel-drive system can be tailored using driver modes including Comfort, Sport, Sport+, Individual, Race, Trail and Sand.
To slow the German bruiser down, large AMG brakes are fitted, with six-piston calipers on 400mm discs at the front, and a single-piston floating caliper setup with 370mm discs at the rear.
Fuel consumption is rated at 11.5L/100km.
As to expect from a premium SUV, an array of high-quality materials are used in the interior, in this case nappa leather complements sporty AMG seats, a flat-bottomed steering wheel, aluminium shift paddles and carbon-fibre trim pieces.
The significant technology suite is managed on a MBUX widescreen multimedia system that features various modes including Modern, Classic, Sporty, Discreet and Supersport.
Australian pricing and specifications have yet to be confirmed.