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The Mercedes-Benz G-Class will be replaced with a newer variation next year, after reaching an impressive production of nearly 40 years. To say farewell to one of the luxury German automaker’s flagship vehicles, the model will be offered in a number of limited-edition offerings, specifically with the G350d, G350d Professional and G500. These unique iterations are defined by their special paint, trim, equipment and special badges.

The G350d in particular, flaunts a Mocha Black metallic finish with brushed aluminum trim, a sports package, 19-inch five-spoke AMG alloys in titanium, tinted windows, power sunroof and added stainless steel. Inside, premium details include saddle-brown Nappa leather with light brown top-stitching, Harman Kardon sound system and more.

For its Professional version, the vehicle is draped in China Blue with a steel front bumper. Other enhancements include turn-signal shields, mud flaps, roof rack and the Professional off-road package, while the interior incorporates tartan fabric upholstery.

Finally, the G500 sports Platinum Magno with black-painted trim, while providing the optional Chrome and Sports packages. Additional design elements include a white-stitched black leather interior and even more interior equipment than the other two models.

With only 463 models of each to be made only, the vehicles will also feature a special badge on the armrest that reads “Schöckl proved since 1979” in reference to the mountain near Graz, Austria, where the G-Class is manufactured and tested.

Pricing starts at approximately $143,000 for the G350d, $120,000 for the G350d Professional and about $163,000 USD for the G500.

Previously, the company revealed a G 65 “Final Edition” for $365K.

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

Renz Ofiaza is a Staff Writer at Highsnobiety and based in Brooklyn.

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