G-class 463 1991-...Next
Full-time all wheel drive with 3 manually lockable differentials (buttons). Differentials lock after the vehicle has moved some distance. 2.16 low gear ratio.
Figure: MB G type 463 transfer case (99KB)
Figure: Mercedes-Benz G-class 463 transfer case (99KB)
Figure: Mercedes-Benz G-class 463 front differential locking actuatur (23KB)
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Figure: Mercedes-Benz GL-class front differential (27KB)
Figure: Mercedes-Benz GL-class rear differential (52KB)
Figure: Mercedes-Benz GL-class transfer case (37KB)
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Full-time all wheel drive with 3 open differentials. 4ETS electronic traction control, that applies brakes to wheel, that is about to spin, thus transferring torque to wheels, that have traction. M-Class 4ETS kicks in up to about 36 MPH (60 km/h) and if engagement conditions are maintained beyond 60 km/h during acceleration, control is effective to up to 48 MPH (80 km/h).
Two-speed AWD variant of the Borg-Warner 44-06 transfer case. Button-operated low-range locks to 50/50 torque split. (2,64:1 low gear).
Figure: Mercedes-Benz ML-class front differential (30KB)
Figure: Mercedes-Benz ML-class rear differential (36KB)
Figure: Mercedes-Benz ML-class transfer case (41KB)
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