Mercedes preps for the next-generation G-Class by counting down the top nine moments in G history.
Mercedes G Class
Mercedes drags its old brick into the future.
Subtle visual differences are a big deal in an ancient design.
The G-Wagen is spied testing in full camouflage. While it looks similar, there are some big changes underneath. The new SUV is going to be both bigger and lighter.
If you're looking to go offroad but can't find a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6, this six-wheeled Land Cruiser may be a good bet.
The new trim represents a range of exclusive personalization options from the factory.
Mercedes-Benz is putting some marketing might behind Jurassic World and displaying several of its rugged models in the movie. The GLE-Class Coupe, G63 AMG 6X6, and Unimog all make appearances in the upcoming film.
Mercedes has announced a series of updates for the G-Class, including a new G500 with an AMG-derived 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 and more power across the board.
If you want to spend over $200k on an SUV, there's a new upper class hitting US showrooms - including the Mercedes-AMG G65 that comes with 621 horsepower and a $217,900 sticker price. Plus delivery.
Mercedes-Benz gives us rolling footage of the G500 4x4² eating up the kind of scenery it lives for, and GT Spirit also provides video from the press launch in Granada, Spain.
Mercedes introduces the G500 4x4², built on a G500 Long Wheelbase platform with portal axles and a twin spring-and-damper setup at each corner, 17 inches of ground clearance, and a fording depth of 39 inches when fitted with the optional 37-inch beadlock tires. Land, ho.
Automobiles don't come much harder-core than the Mercedes-Benz Geländewagen, but AMG has proven up to the challenge time and time again. From the base G-Wagen, the boys in Affalterbach have tuned out successively more powerful versions, but surprised even themselves with the release of the G63 AMG 6x6 last year.
Beginning in 2015, Mercedes-Benz is revising its nomenclature strategy for many of its models. This isn't shocking news, nor is it anything new in the industry – look at the recent Q-ification of Infiniti, or the forthcoming CT/XT strategy being deployed at Cadillac. But unlike those luxury brands, Mercedes isn't shaking up the whole system, and it's actually (kind of) making things a bit easier to understand. Here's how.