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Updated Mercedes-Benz G Class Interior Revealed

Updated Mercedes-Benz G Class Interior Revealed

Mercedes-Benz has released the first official photos of the all-new G Class. The photos confirm a previously leaked photo as the real-deal insides of the ultimate luxury off-roader.

Mercedes itself is referring to the new interior as “reimagined” for the upcoming G Class. This proves to be an accurate description based on the photos. The fundamental design of this G Class interior is similar to that of today’s version with a very short dash and grab handle on the passenger’s side.

That said, Mercedes has sprinkled in many of its recent design traits inside this G Wagon, including the brand’s now famous massive dual-screen display featuring two 10.25″ screens. These screens appear to house COMAND, the brand’s infotainment system that is now slated to be replaced soon.

Like the dual-screens, the buttons are straight from other recent Mercedes products, while the HVAC vents appear similar to those found in the 2018 S Class and E Class.

Mercedes says the material quality in this interior has been enhanced, with several new design nuggets that up the uniqueness. For example, there’s new “Schöckl” badges on the B-pillars to remind buyers of this six-figure purchase that their Mercedes can cross the famous off-road mountain course near the G Wagon’s assembly plant.

All G Wagon passengers will benefit from an increase in interior space in every dimension within every seat.

While the interior of the G Class is now a known quantity, we must still wait for the rest of the details. Mercedes will formally reveal the all-new G Class next month at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.





 

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  1. donmateo
    That's fair, probably not the interior selections I would have picked for the press photo.
    Andrew_L
    donmateo
    Interesting...I think my biggest excitement is the removal of the iPad screen to a built in one.


    On that I agree. I just feel like the materials look cheaper in that shot though and way too much silver trim. Compared to the current:

    donmateo
    Andrew_L
    I am the opposite I think the current is better. Something about this one is not doing it for me and I like what MB has been doing with interiors lately too.


    Interesting...I think my biggest excitement is the removal of the iPad screen to a built in one.
    Andrew_L
    donmateo
    I like it...much better than current.


    I am the opposite I think the current is better. Something about this one is not doing it for me and I like what MB has been doing with interiors lately too.
    donmateo
    I like it...much better than current.
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