Mercedes G-Class (2019) FIRST LOOK

2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class preview

The primary goal of development was to make the new G-Class even more effective off-road. The G thus remains a true G – thanks to its standard ladder-type frame, the three 100-percent differential locks and LOW RANGE off-road ratio. Its suspension is the result of collaboration between Mercedes-Benz G GmbH and Mercedes-AMG GmbH. The result is an independent suspension with double-wishbone front axle in combination with a rigid rear axle. During development work, the engineers had the task of fighting for every millimetre, because off-road capability also means maximum ground clearance. The raised axle with independent suspension decisively contributes to this, and additionally increases the stiffness of the body with a strut brace.

That this is a contemporary interpretation of a legend is also evident, for example, from the car’s clear, geometric lines: climbing aboard the G-Class reveals styling elements from the exterior transposed into the interior. The shape of the round headlamps, for instance, which is reflected in the air vents on either side. Or the design of the iconic indicators, found again in the shape of the loudspeakers.

Hallmarks of the G-Class include the grab handle in front of the front passenger and the chrome-highlighted switches for the differential locks, positioned in clear view. Both have been meticulously optimised and retained as characteristic features.
G-Class drivers are able to control the full infotainment system without taking their hands off the steering wheel. The touch-sensitive Touch Controls on the steering wheel respond to swiping motions in the same way as the surface of a smartphone. Thanks to haptic impulses and additional feedback from the onboard speakers, the driver can use the touchpad without looking away from the road. The input options are rounded off by shortcut keys in front of the Controller for frequently accessed operating tasks, and by the optional control array for the driving assistance systems above the rotary light switch. The driver sits up close to the windscreen and enjoys good all-round visibility from behind the wheel.

The very clearly laid-out and completely redesigned instrument panel features timeless tube-look analogue dials as standard. In other words, fans of classic round instruments will certainly not be disappointed in the new G-Class. As in the new E and S-Class, an alternative instrument panel in the form of a large display screen showing virtual instruments in the driver’s direct field of vision and a central display above the centre console is available as an option. Two 12.3-inch displays blend visually into a wide-screen cockpit beneath a shared glass cover. Drivers can choose between three different styles for the displays – “Classic”, “Sport” and “Progressive” – and also configure relevant information and views according to their individual needs.

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Hitesh vasava says:

Wow! Awesome…

Cedric says:

Looks like a great improvement over the old one.

Ivan Ramos says:

If its made for dirt why are the seats white would it get dirty fast? And is it just me or is there hella buttons in the driver side

Nikolay Nedev says:

Looks awesome! Lets just hope it will be better on the road then the rest.

Cihan Saracoglu says:

Ordered one all ready!

Felipe VII The Gentleman Driver says:

looks great

Furkan Turfanda says:

What’s with the music? You guys going to be hunting replicants with this truck?

Vincetagram says:

When Mercedes realized the X7 was about to kick their Assad’s they weren’t trying to have that

Dumalman says:

1990-2019 without changes, wtf

Euphoric YT says:

Some people say its ugly why dont you take a look the interior looks way better the older one seems way way cheaper and the seats are way modern and the back finally there is more space the exterior its just lovely and look so fresh

Allan Alves says:

33 seconds ? afff


Looks the same but interior is new and headlights

Emanuele Kamp says:

Still the same

CR says:

Nothing changed on the outside but inside looks gorgeous


Those vents air con vents look weird in this one… just the shape and design of the aluminium finish piece they are placed on..

Angel Villafane says:

@dougdemuro hey look

IllNinoAK47 says:

It’s about dam time they updated this old ass brick. Good work

AndyB says:

I still hate the shifter….there needs to be at least a 6 speed manual stick shift

Scooby Doo says:

I would love one, in my dreams

X___V1cT0R___X says:

So….it’s the same?

Hassan abraham says:

like german politics..selling high priced because of there Names, but worthless like shit.

David Shekelstein says:

0:14 nice vents…looks like an asshole…
oh and good luck reading time on that analogue clock down there…

AirsoftWarfareHD says:

Finally they changed the interior. Looks like it’s price point now

Baljinder Singh says:

I love Mercedes-Benz

wardstone1 says:

The dream…

Felipe VII The Gentleman Driver says:

Welcome G klass

Dadangk Kurniawan says:

The best

kvp_11_ - وادي الذئاب says:

Bad Car …

Sssssssssssssssimply says:

Visual pollution 😐

iTwIsTeDZz says:

Lets hope it rides better than the current one.

BLT says:

Over priced truck.

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