What’s Changed About the Mercedes-Benz G-Class Over the Years? Apparently, Very Little.
Humorist and automotive writer Doug DeMuro has the money to buy fancy cars, such as a Ferrari and a Range Rover, but he won’t spend the cash to buy a new Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Why would he when a 1987 240GD cabriolet is so close to being the same vehicle?
After a warm reaction to the idea of a Mercedes-Benz pickup here in the U.S., Mercedes is reconsidering bringing the new truck to America.
Sure the AMG GLE is the media darling, but with so many eye-catching vehicles, it’s tough to narrow down which Mercedes-Benz is deserving of the most attention at the 2015 NYIAS.
It may not be as crazy as the G63 6X6, but the 2016 Mercedes-AMG G65 is still bonkers. It’s a twin-turbo 12-cylinder, four-wheel-drive SUV that looks like a giant safe. You can get one of your own and go just as nuts for a starting price of $217,900.
This Russian G63 knockoff is called a Makar, and it is perhaps the most ridiculous automobile on the planet, powered by vodka and the tears of children.