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Mercedes-Benz has officially unveiled the G-Code Concept, a model which should be transformed into a production version to slot below the current GLA.

The German based automaker Mercedes-Benz has some big plans for its future which will include the addition of new models. One of these will be the production version of this G-Code Concept, which will basically be a crossover slotting below the current GLA. The one-off vehicle stands at 4, 100 mm in length, 1,900 mm in width and 1,500 mm in height, being basically 317 mm shorter, 96 mm wider and 6 mm taller than the popular GLA.

The G-Code Concept has been designed in the company’s design studios in Germany and China and it is coming with short overhangs, with LED headlights and LED taillights, with a canopy style glasshouse, two cameras instead of the side mirrors, a front grille which can be backlit in three colors, red, blue or purple, 21-inch alloy wheels and several other tweaks.

The body of the one-off vehicle is getting a multi-voltaic paint which is basically working as a solar cell producing electric energy. Behind the coach style doors, you can find the carbon fiber seats, the aluminum grab handles, the large digital display, the round air vents, two electric scooters below the trunk which are recharged while the vehicle is being driven and several other tweaks. The Mercedes-Benz G-Code Concept will be officially presented to the public during the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show.