Mercedes-Benz G-Class 35 Edition
his special gelandewagen model is dressed with black leather interior with Nappa seats and an AMG Performance steering wheel
by Jim Davis | 16 September 2014
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class first came unto the scene in 1979 and has changed very little since that time with a minor facelift planned for 2016. Before it gets a makeover however and just in time for its 35th anniversary, Mercedes-Benz is rolling out a G-Class 35 Edition.
This special gelandewagen model is dressed with black leather interior with Nappa seats and an AMG Performance steering wheel. The exterior has been upgraded with the Chrome and Sport packages, while the standard wheels have been replaced with a set of 18-inch alloy wheels. The G-Class 35 Edition will be available in three different colors – black, white and gray metallic colors. The 35 Edition comes in two variants, a G350 BlueTEC and a G500 and will only be available until May of 2015. Prices in Germany start at 101,031 EUR (130,000 USD) and at 112,812 EUR (145,000 USD) respectively.