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Mercedes preps for the next-generation G-Class by counting down the top nine moments in G history.

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Bigger, lighter, more modern.

Subtle visual differences are a big deal in an ancient design.

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Is that really a bad thing?

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.

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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.

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And the G550 doesn't even need pavement to do it.

Want to see what humbling looks like? Watch this Mercedes G-Wagen blow the doors off a Ford Fiesta ST without even setting a wheel on pavement.

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The new trim represents a range of exclusive personalization options from the factory.

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Long Live The G-Wagen

For 2016, the Mercedes-Benz G550 gets a new engine – the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 from the AMG GT sports car. If that sounds like a recipe for awesomeness, that's because it is. We test the updated G550 on and off road in Germany.

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The Rap Train Storms Germany

In which we talk bling, schnitzel, Karl Marx, and the German countryside from behind the wheel of Mercedes-Benz's absolutely ridiculous G65 AMG.

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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.

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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.

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After selling about a hundred examples at half a million dollars apiece, Mercedes is winding up production of the insanely gargantuan G63 AMG 6x6 - and gearing up for the still crazy big G500 4x4² to take its place.

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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.

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What's almost as hardcore as a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6, but slightly less so? The G500 4x4², which makes its debut here at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

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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.

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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.

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Slotting in between the standard G-Class and the gargantuan G63 AMG 6x6 is the new Mercedes-Benz G-Class 4x4², pictured here for the first time in production guise ahead of next week's full reveal.

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Perhaps recognizing that Germany wasn't challenging enough, Mercedes-Benz has moved testing of its exceptionally capable G-Wagen to snowy Scandinavia.

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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.

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Model Series, Drive Systems Get Revised Naming Throughout Lineup

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.