The new generation of G-Class is officially launched. The new car is available in three models this time, including a G 500 and two AMG G 63 models.
New car profile: retro in appearance with fashion
The G-Class' appearance has not changed much in 39 years, and the original mechanical sense is intriguing. The square body, protruding turn signals, and external spare tire are all labels of its identity. The new car adopts geometric multi-beam LED headlights and LED taillights, giving it a bit more refinement, while the new car's body color is also richer, with as many as 24 color schemes available upfronts.
The interior of the new car has a new look, although still dominated by flat lines, completely without the rough feeling of the previous model, the materials and workmanship can be satisfactory. Like many other Mercedes-Benz models, it also uses a dual 12.3-inch screen with a strong sense of technology. The three differential lock buttons are still arranged in the middle of the center console, which is the soul of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class.
The new car's body size has been comprehensively increased compared to the current model, which will help the space inside the car. The rear of the car is still the same, only the details have been fine-tuned, and the reversing camera adopts a hidden design, which is not easy to get dirty when off-road, and also ensures the simplicity of the appearance.
The interior luxury is greatly improved
The interior has a new look, although still dominated by straight lines, completely without the rough feeling of the previous model, the materials and workmanship can be satisfactory. Like many other Mercedes-Benz models, it also uses a dual 12.3-inch screen with a strong sense of technology. The three differential lock buttons are still arranged in the middle of the center console, which is the soul of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class.
Average space performance
Although the new G-Class has an overall increase in interior space compared to the old model, the space is still not comparable to other mid-size SUVs. It doesn't matter, after all, no G-Class owner will care about the space of a few fists and fingers.
4.0T twin-turbocharged V8 engine in all models
The G 500 and G 63 are powered by a 4.0T twin-turbo V8 engine, with the G 500's engine codenamed M176 and the G 63's engine codenamed M177. The G 500's engine has a maximum power of 422 hp (310 kW) and a maximum torque of 610 NM and is matched with a 9-speed automatic transmission that enables the G 500 to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 5.9 seconds. The G 63 has a maximum engine power of 585 hp (430 kW) and maximum torque of 850 NM, and the transmission system is matched with AMG SPEEDSHIFT TCT 9G gearbox, which can accelerate from 0-100km/h in 4.5 seconds.
New car background.
The 39-year development history of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class is long to say short, it is one of the longest-produced models under Mercedes-Benz, the earliest Mercedes-Benz G-Class (W460) was developed to meet the needs of the Iranian military, for the Chinese market, a small number of Mercedes-Benz G 500 was sold to China as early as 2004, in 2007, the Mercedes-Benz AMG G 55 was introduced into the country along with three other AMG models Nowadays, the G-Class has become a totem in the hearts of countless off-road fans.
The new generation of G-Class retains the pure and attractive appearance, the interior with the latest design scheme of the Mercedes family, more in line with the aesthetics of today's consumers, in addition to retaining the strong off-road capabilities also significantly improved the comfort of road driving, the new G-Class owners can finally treat it as a daily commuting tool.
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