The Mercedes-G Class has been a go-to SUV that has one of the most unique body shapes on the market, it’s especially recognized in the Middle East and Russia for its superior luxury and ruckus engine.
Sadly, after 40 years of production – Mercedes decided to dump the G-Class’s aging body style in favor of a newer car. But before they say farewell to the boxy G-Class, Mercedes wants to give the G one last hurrah.
The limited edition models are available in Europe with the G350d, G350D Professional and G500 models only. These special models include special badges, equipment, trim and special paint.
The G350d receives Mocha Black Metallic paint that features a brushed aluminum trim, 19-inch five-spoke AMG alloys in Titanium, Sports Package, tinted windows, power sunroof in addition to a chrome trim and added stainless steel. On the inside, a Harman Kardon sound system, saddle-brown Nappa leather with light brown top-stitching.
In China, the Mercedes-G Class is available in China Blue with a steel front bumper, mud flaps, a roof rack, turn signal shield and a professional off-road package. The Chinese models include Tartan fabric upholstery and heated seats.
The G500 Limited Edition is available in Platinum Mango with black-painted trim, Sports Package, optional Chrome and white stitched black leather interior.
Mercedes will only produces 463 limited edition examples for each version with each of them featuring a special badge on the armrest which reads “Schöckl proved since 1979” in reference to the mountain near Graz, Austria, where the G-Class is built and tested.
Want to buy? Expect to pay somewhere around €20,000 which makes the G350 Limited edition sticker price €122,918.67, while the G350d professional goes for €103,940.55 and the G500 for €140,164.15