Mercedes-Benz Introduces G-Class Edition 35
mercedes-benz | October 15, 2014
Mercedes-Benz is recognizing the 35th anniversary of it’s first G-Class Geländewagen, a vehicle that was first introduced as a rugged military-only vehicle and then revamped into a civilian version in 1979. The commemorative model is dubbed the “Edition 35” and is being offered only in Europe.
Edition 35 buyers can choose from Obsidian Black, Palladium Silver, or Designo Mystic White Bright exterior colors, which are complemented by special 18-inch wheels, black wheel arches, along with black bumpers, mirrors and a glossy black roof. It also comes with the G-Class Sports Package, so you get a sport exhaust system, flared wheel arches, and a chrome emblem on the grille and spare tire cover. Buyers can also choose either the G350 BlueTEC or G500 models as a base. Inside, the Edition 35 is fitted with either a Designo Black leather interior with contrast red stitching or the two-tone Designo Porcelain/Black finish.
Pricing for the new model begins at €84,900 (~$108,000 USD) for the BlueTEC version and €94,800 (~$120,200 USD) for the G500, plus VAT for each.