The new generation of the Mercedes Benz G-Class officially debuted at the Detroit Auto show. Premiered numerous improvements in the technological forefront and a interior that you pay for the luxury, but retains its iconic exterior design.
Hace a few weeks ago, the German firm showed the first images of its interior and a few days back the first pictures of external filtering on the internet, but now the new Mercedes G-Class is presented in all its splendor in the framework of the Detroit Auto show 2018.
The next generation of the iconic off-roader from the German firm has managed to retain much of its identity without alterations, faithful to a design that little has changed over its four decades of history. But despite his looks, the new generation of the G-Class debuts a new chassis, engines and transmissions.
where the model itself is living a revolution is on the inside, which debuts a new format for its dashboard and add the most recent technologies in the field of security, community, and assists the driving.
in Addition to debuting a new digital instrumentation configurable with two screens of 12.3 inches. The left screen is the one that performs the functions of the instrument cluster , while the right is used by the system of information and entertainment and the built-in browser.
The provision available is of the vehicles more luxurious German brand, and includes, among other things, coatings skins natural for the seats, the dashboard and the doors and trim to wood or carbon fiber.
in Addition, it offers automatic climate control bi-zone, with outputs in the squares post, seats with ventilation and heated function massage and a system of high-fidelity sound that can be controlled by a controller touch located in the center console.
With respect to their mechanics, the manufacturer ensures that it is more dynamic and agile than the previous model when driving off road, retained its qualities off-road, with differential locked and low-range. The front suspension of double triangles and rear axle rigid has been developed in collaboration with AMG and in option you can also equip adaptive shock absorbers.
The only engine that until now has been confirmed is the one that will be used by the version of G 500, a V8 biturbo 4.0-liter that develops 422 HP of power and a maximum torque of 610 Nm, in combination with a new automatic 9G-Tronic with a torque converter and nine-speed.