In addition to four-wheelin’, did you know the G-Wagen is great for two-wheelin’, too? Scary, you say? Not at all. Just look at how much fun these guys are having by getting a G-Class on two wheels.
The rugged G-Wagen just turned 35 years old, and it doesn’t look a day over 50. For its birthday, however, Mercedes has cooked up a limited batch called the “35 Edition”.
Multiple sources report Mercedes has a baby version of the G-Class in the works to satisfy the pent-up demand that surrounds the G for those who just can’t afford the big version.
In addition to its 1,000-word net worth, this Wallpaper Wednesday picture is also worth all the words it would take to draft up the lawful document that would crown this beast “King of the Trails”.
It’s being reported that Mercedes is preparing to bring the G65 AMG to our shores. Finally!
If your Tuesday is treating you like a pile of trash, I have a little something here that should cheer you up. Not only is it an AMG Mercedes, it’s also the G63 AMG 6X6 … surrounded by exotic sports cars … doing laps. That is not a typo.
The Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG, with its slab sides and butch, safe-like lines, may appear impenetrable, but it’s not. Like every normal automobile, it’s at the mercy of small-arms fire … until you take it to Inkas Armored Vehicle Manufacturing.
In German, Geländewagen means cross-country vehicle, but before any G-Wagen crosses any country, on-road or off, it has to cross the production line, and here it is doing just that for your Wallpaper Wednesday viewing pleasure.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. When in London, do as the Arabs do, especially where supercars are concerned.
Talk about being in the right place at the right time. Youtuber Shmee recently came across a Brabus 700, a tuned version of the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6X6, in front of a London dealership. The one in the clip below is literally all wrapped up for a launch event in England before it’s shipped off to Miami to embark on the Gumball 3000 rally.