Recently, the German automaker revealed a prototype of the forthcoming design that is punctuated by its camouflaged wrapped exterior. In addition, the vehicle's iconic boxy shape has remained intact, however, it's a bit more refined with smoother edges as seen along the grille and headlights.
Other notable details of this upcoming modern G-Class is its off-road capability, with three 100% differential lock features, as well as a low-range off-road ratio, an AMG-developed independent suspension with double-wishbone front axle and a rigid rear axle. A new "G-Mode" off-road driving mode, 9G-TRONIC automatic transmission and permanent all-wheel-drive are also standout features.
For a further look and additional details on this next generation G-Class, be sure to read the full story at Acquire.
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