A new special edition for the G-Class has been recently introduced by Mercedes-Benz, under the 35 Edition name.
Mercedes-Benz has officially pulled the wraps off a new special edition of the G-Class, which has been named the G-Class 35 Edition. According to the car manufacturer, the name is coming from the 35th anniversary of the model as it was first launched back in 1979. The model in question has received some interesting items onto it and inside it which should be enough to put some space between it and the standard versions and also to attract more customers.
The new Mercedes-Benz G-Class 35 Edition has received the Chrome and the Sport packages on the exterior, a fresh set of 18-inch alloy wheels are now replacing the standard ones and it can be ordered in the black, the gray and the white metallic colors. The interior design of the model is getting Nappa seats, black leather and an AMG Performance steering wheel. Mercedes-Benz says that the upgraded G-Class will be offered in the G350 BlueTEC from 101,031 euros and in the G500 from 112,812 euros until May, 2015. No mechanical changes have been made to the model.