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Mercedes-Benz G-Class with PROFESSIONAL Line Exterior: An even more off-road look for the off-road icon

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Rugged appearance courtesy of selected equipment specification

The ultimate dream car for four-wheeled adventurers: Mercedes-Benz is giving its world premiere of the new model year G-Class at IAA MOBILITY 2021 (fuel consumption combined:
14.4-8.7 l/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 330-229 g/km) and presenting the new PROFESSIONAL Line Exterior. This gives the all-terrain icon a particularly striking off-road identity. Standard features include stone guard grilles for the headlights, mud flaps front and rear as well as chunky tyres and 18-inch 5-spoke wheels. The show vehicle includes numerous options such as a magno paint finish and selected exterior and interior elements from the G manufaktur customisation programme, which further enhance its robust and stylish appearance. Highlights of the PROFESSIONAL Exterior Line custom specifications include the PROFESSIONAL roof rack and the PROFESSIONAL spare wheel holder.

The G manufaktur copper orange magno paintwork makes the PROFESSIONAL Line Exterior displayed at IAA MOBILITY particularly eye-catching, contrasting handsomely with the roof, bumpers and wheel arch extensions in G manufaktur night black magno. Other features include the PROFESSIONAL spare wheel holder on the rear door and the PROFESSIONAL roof rack on which, among other things, a roof tent can be erected, transforming the G-Class into an off-road camper van. Like the wheels, these two PROFESSIONAL options are finished in matte black for a harmonious overall appearance. The exterior mirror housings, Mercedes star and number plate are also finished in black as part of the optional Night package. Inside, the black leather upholstery and open-pore ash veneer with black tinting underline the high degree of the G-Class’ opportunities for individualisation.

The unveiled PROFESSIONAL Line Exterior provides an exciting first impression of the revised equipment range for the Mercedes-Benz G-Class from which customers will be able to choose in 2022. In addition to dark-tinted glass for the rear side windows and the rear window, the extended options list includes, among other things, ambient lighting with 64 colours instead of the previous eight, as well as ten colour palettes. The G-Class will also be equipped as standard with pre-equipment for rear-seat entertainment and pre-equipment for a towing hitch. New exterior and interior lines make it easier for customers to configure their perfect car. As well as upgraded basic equipment for all model variants and the PROFESSIONAL Line Exterior shown at the IAA MOBILITY, two further Exterior Lines (EXCLUSIVE Line Exterior and AMG Line) and three themed interior worlds (Standard Interior, EXCLUSIVE Line Interior and SUPERIOR Line Interior) will be available. The individual packages combine the most popular equipment choices and thus emphasise the different characteristics of the G-Class. Of course, G-Class customers will also continue to be able to configure their own personal dream vehicle through the wide range of customisation options offered by the G manufaktur.

All values stated are the determined “NEDC CO2 values” as defined in Art. 2 No. 1 of the Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. The fuel consumption values were calculated on the basis of these values. A higher value may be decisive as the assessment basis for the vehicle tax.

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