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The Mercedes-Benz G-Class or G-Wagen (as it was called from 1979 to 1994), short for Geländewagen (or cross-country vehicle), is a four-wheel drive vehicle / sport utility vehicle (SUV) produced by Steyr-Puch (now Magna Steyr) in Austria for German automaker Mercedes-Benz. The G-wagen is characterized by its boxy styling and body-on-frame construction. It uses three fully locking differentials, one of the few vehicles to have such a feature. Despite the introduction of an intended replacement, the unibody crossover SUV Mercedes-Benz GL-Class in 2006, the G-Class is still in production and is the longest produced Mercedes-Benz in Daimler’s history, with a span of 32 years.
The G-class was developed as a military vehicle from a suggestion by the Shah of Iran (at the time a great shareholder) to Mercedes and offered as a civilian version in 1979. The G-class replaced the cheaper Volkswagen Iltis in 1990. In this role it is sometimes referred to as the “Wolf” and LAPV Enok. The G-Class has been sold under the Puch name in certain markets, and the Peugeot P4 is a variant made under license, with a Peugeot engine and different parts.
Development started in 1972, focusing on off road abilities and maximum safety and comfort; with a cooperative agreement between Daimler-Benz and Steyr-Daimler-Puch in Graz, Austria. Mercedes-Benz engineers in Stuttgart were in charge of design and testing, while the team in Graz developed the production plans. The first wooden model was presented to Daimler-Benz management in 1973, with the first drivable prototype beginning various testing including German coalfields, the Sahara Desert, and the Arctic Circle in 1974. Construction commenced on a new production facility in Graz, where the new cross-country vehicle would be assembled nearly entirely by hand in 1975, with production of the “G Model” beginning in Graz in 1979. In 1980, the Vatican took delivery of a specially made G-Wagen outfitted with a clear thermoplastic top which served as the Popemobile. The “Papa G” later took up permanent residence at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany.
The first major refinements were introduced in 1981, including an automatic transmission, air conditioning, an auxiliary fuel tank, protective headlamp grilles and a cable winch. Fuel injection became available in 1982, when the 230 GE was introduced in Turin, along with more comfortable and supportive front seats, auxiliary heating, wider tires and fender flares. For 1985, differential locks, central door locking and a tachometer become standard and in 1986 50,000th G Models had been produced.
The G-Wagen was facelifted in 1990. In 1989, for the 10th anniversary of the G Model, a new model variant with permanent 4-wheel drive, a wood-trimmed interior and optional Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) debuted at the Frankfurt International Motor Show. Production began the following April. For 1992, a new sub-series for professional users began production. The civilian model began to offer cruise control, a stainless-steel spare-tire cover, running boards and Burl Walnut wood interior trim. The same year, the 100,000th G Model was built in Graz. In 1994, the model line was officially renamed the G-Class. Ventilated front disc brakes and a driver’s air bag became standard. In 1996 the automatic transmission became an electronically controlled 5-speed unit. Headlamp washers, cruise control and a front passenger’s air bag were added. In 1998, the range-topping G 500 with a 296 hp V 8 was introduced for series production.
For 1999 a limited run of V 8 powered “G 500 Classic” special editions marked the model’s 20th anniversary. A multifunction steering wheel was added to all models. Later in the year, the new G 55 AMG debuts as the most powerful G-Class yet, with 354 hp. The U.S. market launch of the G-Class took place in 2001. New alloy wheels, a chrome grille and body-color bumpers plus a more luxurious cabin were introduced. New dynamic control systems included the Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Brake Assist and the 4 wheel Electronic Traction System (4 ETS). The G 55 AMG was upgraded in 2004 with a supercharged V 8 engine developing 476 hp. In Siberia in 2006, a documentary filmmaker was the first foreigner to reach the world’s coldest region with a passenger vehicle in winter, driving a stock G 500 nearly 19,000 km without a single breakdown, in temperatures as frigid as –63˚F.
A new version was expected for 2007, but the new GL-Class did not replace the G-Wagen, and it will continue to be hand-built in Graz, Austria at an annual production of 4,000 to 6,000 units. In February 2009, Magna Steyr, an operating unit of Magna International, announced that it signed an agreement with Daimler AG to extend the production of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class at Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria until 2015. Besides the production, the further development of the G-Class by Daimler’s subsidiary Mercedes-Benz Consult Graz since 1992.
For 2007 the output of the G 55 AMG was raised to an even 500 hp. Bi Xenon headlamps, corner-illuminating front foglamps and new scratch-resistant nano-particle paint finishes were offered for the first time. In 2008 more-refined instrumentation and controls were included in the G-Class cabin, along with the COMAND system with hard-drive-based navigation, a rear view camera, voice control, Bluetooth and a Tire Pressure Monitoring System. The Vatican receives a new white “Popemobile” based on a G 500. 2009 marked the 30th anniversary of the vehicle, with over 200,000 units having been manufactured in Graz since 1979.
G-Wagen 460 and 461
The original 460-series Geländewagen went on sale for civilian buyers in 1979, after having debuted in February of that year. It was offered with two wheelbases, a short wheelbase (SWB) of 2,400 mm and a long one (LWB) of 2,850 mm. One could choose between three body styles: A two-door short wheelbase convertible, a two-door SWB wagon and a long wheelbase four-door wagon. The two wagon versions were also available as windowless two-door Vans (or Kastenwagen in German). While always assembled in Graz, the car was sold as the Puch G only in the Austrian, Swiss, and Eastern European markets.
During the G-wagen’s life span many a different body style was made for army and public-service clients, like the Popemobile, the pickup or the chassis/cab with a wheelbase of 2,850, 3,120 or 3,400 mm, the chassis/cab being the base vehicle for army-ambulances or communication vehicles. Because of the sheer variety of military versions, this article focuses on the more standardized civilian G-Wagen.
The 460 was popular with military and off-road enthusiasts, with more than 50,000 built in the first decade. Mercedes-Benz initially did not sell the model in the United States, but by means of “casual importation” grey-market in the mid-1980s, importers sold a number of G-Wagens which had been modified to meet the specifications by the US DOT, at about $135,000.
The 461 is the military model, also produced since 1979. All special ordered and military models use the 461 designation, i.e. vehicles special built for firecorps, police, army, aid corps, etc. Also the later special built, but public available, Worker model got this designation. These have also been marketed as the Professional and Greenline series. Through the years the 461 models have had their engines, gearbox and driveline upgraded as with the 460 and 463 models. The 462 designation was used in models built on licence in other countries(the vehicles of Greek army maded by ELBO are 462). The Peugeot P4 had its own designations.
The G280 CDI “Edition Pur” is a special version of the 461, available to civilian buyers. This version is essentially a civilian version of the professional use 461 (incorporating many of the improvements seen on the 463) and comes equipped with a 24V starter motor and a walk-on bonnet.
- 200 GE — M102E20 2.0 L I4, 109 PS (80 kW) at 5,200 rpm, (only sold in Italy and a few other markets)
- 230 G — M115 2.3 L I4, 102 hp (75 kW), 127 lb·ft (172 N·m/3,000 rpm)
- 230 GE — M102E23 2.3 L I4, 125 PS (92 kW) at 5,000 rpm, 141 lb·ft (192 N·m/4,000 rpm)
- 280 GE — M110E 2.8 L I6, 156 hp (115 kW), 166 lb·ft (226 N·m/4,250 rpm)
- 240 GD — OM616 2.4 L Diesel I4, 72 PS (53 kW) at 4,400 rpm, 101 lb·ft (137 N·m/2,400 rpm)
- 250 GD — OM602 2.5 L Diesel I5, 84 hp (62 kW), 113 lb·ft (154 N·m/2,800 rpm)
- 300 GD — OM617 3.0 L Diesel I5, 88 PS (65 kW) at 4,400 rpm, 126 lb·ft (172 N·m/2,400 rpm)
- 230 GE — M102E23 2.3 L I4, 125 hp (92 kW), 140 lb·ft (192 N·m/4000 rpm)
- 290 GD — OM602D29 2.9 L Diesel I5, 95 hp (71 kW)
- 290 GD TD — OM602DLA29 2.9 L Diesel I5 (turbocharged), 92 kW (123 hp)
- G 270 CDI — OM612 2.7 L Diesel I5 (turbocharged), 156 hp (115 kW), 294 lb·ft (400 Nm)
- G 280 CDI — OM642 3.0 L Diesel V6, 183 hp (135 kW), 294 lb·ft (400 Nm) (manufactured in both 4×4 and 6×6)
- G 300 CDI — OM642 3.0 L Diesel V6, 183 hp (135 kW), 294 lb·ft (400 Nm)
The chassis was significantly revised for 1990, and resulted in the new 463 G-Class. Equipped with anti-lock brakes, full-time 4WD and a trio of electric locking differentials. The interior was totally upgraded, finished with wooden accents and optional leather upholstery. The 463 features a larger choice of engines, with the V8-powered 500 GE added in 1993. The 500 GE was produced in limited numbers for just two years. All 463 G-Wagens began using Mercedes-Benz’s new letter-first naming scheme in 1994.
The range was refreshed again in 1997, including the introduction of a power-topped convertible and two new engines, the 2.9 L Turbo Diesel and the V6-powered (M112 motor) G320 — previous years’ G320s were outfitted with the M104 I6. The V8 G-wagen returned with a new engine in 1998 as the G500, with official sales beginning in the United States in 2002 at $75,000. The 349 hp (260 kW) G55 AMG cemented the vehicle in the American market, becoming a vehicle of choice for many celebrities.
Mercedes-Benz considered that 2005 would be the last year they would export the Geländewagen to the USA market; however, with an order placed by the U.S. Marine Corps for 157 Mercedes-Benz units to replace their archaic Desert Patrol Vehicle with a more modern and militarized Interim Fast Attack Vehicle, the manufacturer continued to offer the vehicle in the US market. To celebrate the supposed end of US market Geländewagens, 500 examples of the “Grand Edition” model were made available. All “Grand Edition” are marked with external Grand Edition badging on the front fenders as well as silver plaque with specific series number “xxx of 500” on the interior of the vehicle. Also new for the 2005 model year was the first G55 AMG model, boasting a 469 hp (350 kW) V8 engine. So equipped, an original G55 AMG is able to achieve 60 mph (97 km/h) in 5.4 seconds.
The new G550 has a 32-valve 382-horsepower 5.5-liter V8 engine, while the current G55 AMG has a 500-horsepower supercharged 5.4-liter V8 engine. The G550 goes from 0 to 60 mph in 7.2 seconds, while it takes the G55 AMG 5.2 seconds.
Various automobile tuners such as AMG, Brabus, Lorinser, Carlsson, A.R.T., and RENNtech have all modified the engine, interior, and exterior.
It was rumored that, with military contracts for the G-Class completed, production of the old G-wagen in Graz, Austria would cease in 2006. However, reports state that production of the current G-wagen will continue for the foreseable future, alongside its once-intended replacement, the GL-Class (X164). An outcry among enthusiasts who admired the G-Class for its tremendous off-road potential showed that a market still existed for such a vehicle.
Grand Edition (2006)
It is a version of long wheelbase G 500 and G 400 CDI. It included optional allanite grey magno metallic body colour, brushed aluminium trim strips with integrated “Grand Edition” lettering, open-pored, non-embossed natural leather upholstery; matte-silk wood trim on the dashboard and centre console, as well as illuminated door sills with “Grand Edition” lettering.
The vehicle went on sale in March 2006.
On Nov 11, 2005, Dr. Dieter Zetsche, DaimlerChrysler Board of Management member and head of the Mercedes Car Group, announced Magna Steyr would continue production of G-Class vehicles in Graz.
Early models include G 320 CDI (replacing G 270 CDI and G 400 CDI), G 500, G 55 AMG Kompressor. G 320 CDI and G 500 are available in three body variants (Station Wagon short, Station Wagon long, Cabriolet). G 55 AMG Kompressor only available in long Station Wagon body. Delivery of G 320 CDI began in September 2006.
G 55 AMG Kompressor (2006-)
In the mid-year update, the engine was updated to increase power to 500 PS (368 kW; 493 hp) and torque to 700 N·m (516 lb·ft)@2750-4000 rpm via enhanced and retuned engine control unit. Other features include 18-inch AMG light-alloy wheels in titanium grey with 285/55 R 18 wide-base tyres, bi-xenon headlamps, oval foglamps with a cornering light function and ISOFIX child seat attachments in the second seat row, scratch resistant body paint in calcite white, periclase green metallic and teallite blue metallic.
The vehicle went on sale in September 2006, in long Station Wagon body only.
The company showed a facelifted 2007 model at the Paris Auto Show in September 2006 and increased the power of the G55 AMG version from 476 to 500 hp (370 kW). Mercedes-Benz at the same time also announced that it will continue to manufacture the G-Class through 2015 on the continuing demand worldwide for the model by military and civilian buyers.
New options include a reversing camera which shows drivers the scene behind the vehicle on the new COMAND unit’s 6.5-inch screen, a tyre pressure monitoring system whose information appears in the instrument cluster display, a sports exhaust system for the long-wheelbase G 500 Station Wagon from G 55 AMG, the “ARTICO” interior package with robust man-made leather appointments, the new “Cognac” leather upholstery which extends the previous choice of leather appointments in either black or grey by adding a third, brown tone (no-cost option for G 500 model).
The delivery of the vehicles began in mid April 2007. The “G” is available in three body variants, two station wagon versions with a short or long wheelbase. Early engine ranges include G 320 CDI (replacing G 270 CDI and G 400 CDI), G 500, G 55 AMG.
G 55 AMG is only available in long Station Wagon body.
New features include new telematics with Bluetooth hands-free system, new media interface option, standard Audio 20 CD including a built-in six-disc CD changer for G 320 CDI, standard COMAND APS infotainment system with a built-in six-disc DVD changer for G 500. The COMAND APS also incorporates the new LINGUATRONIC system with extended functionality, with optional Harman Kardon Logic7 surround sound system with 12 high-performance speakers and an output of 450 watts, optional TV tuner and reversing camera. Other options include climatised seats for the driver and front passenger.
The vehicles went on sale in September 2008. Early models include G 320 CDI, G 500 for all body styles (Short-wheelbase Station Wagon, Long-wheelbase Station Wagon, Cabriolet)
New features include ergonomically optimised front seats, modernised the rear seat bench, optional climatised multicontour seats. New standard equipment include an Aux-in socket in the glove compartment and the familiar designer ignition key, optional indirect ambient interior lighting, a leather-trimmed dashboard, an extensive Chrome package as well as a media interface to connect an iPod, USBor Aux devices add to the feel-good factor on board. New body colour choices include palladium silver metallic, designo platinum magno matt finish.
Early models include G 350 CDI (replacing G 320), G 500, G 55 AMG. G 350 CDI and G 500 are available in three body variants (short Station Wagon, long Station Wagon and Cabriolet), while G 55 AMG is only available in four-door long Station Wagon body.
US models went on sale as 2010 vehicles, which included G 350 CDI, G55 AMG.
It is an armoured version of G 500 long Station Wagon with bullet resistance level FB6 or FB7, Touchshift 7‑speed automatic transmission
G-Class LIMITED.30 and G-Class EDITION.PUR (2009)
EDITION.PUR is a long-wheelbase station wagon based on the G 280 CDI from the 461 model series. It includes all-terrain tyres in size 265/75 R 16 on aluminium rims, flexible wheel arch flaring, protective grilles for the headlamps and lights, optional a walk-on bonnet, a towing lug at the front, a two-section rear door, four individual seats upholstered in hard-wearing fabric or man-made leather, rubber floor coverings in the passenger compartment, spray-protected controls and drainage apertures in the footwells. Optional features include load compartment with a wood floor, load-securing rings and rails.
LIMITED.30 model is a long-wheelbase station wagon based on G 500 from G 463 model series. It includes designo platinum black body colour, light-alloy wheels and LIMITED.30 lettering on the wings, designo leather in the colour “chablis” and designo wood trim in anthracite poplar.
G 350 BlueTEC (2010-)
It is the first G-Class vehicle with BlueTEC Diesel engine. It includes electronically controlled traction system 4ETS, the Electronic Stability Program (ESP) and three differential locks selectable at the push of a button, permanent all-wheel drive with off-road ratio, 7G-TRONIC seven-speed automatic transmission. AdBlue tank has rated range of 12,000 kilometres.
The vehicle was unveiled in 2010 Geneva International Motor Show.
Production model was sold in three body variants (short-wheelbase Station Wagon, long-wheelbase Station Wagon and Convertible).
G-Wagon 280 CDI Light Armoured Patrol Vehicle 5.4 (2010?-)
Available in five doors and fully armoured crew and cargo compartments or with four doors and an armoured crew compartment and unprotected rear body structure, it is an armoured version of G 280 CDI with engine rated 184 PS (135 kW; 181 hp) and 400 N·m (295 lb·ft)@1600-2600, 5-speed automatic transmission.
Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon Light Armoured Patrol Vehicle 6.X CONCEPT (2010)
It is an armoured patrol vehicle developed with EADS, based on LAPV 5.4. It included a high torque common rail diesel engine, top speed of 150km/h speeds, 1.3 tonnes cargo capacity, monocoque full steel body, compact 2850mm wheelbase, modular armour plate including a mine deflector plate on the vehicles floor, adjustable variable lift front and rear coil-over air shock absorbers with maximum 450mm of ground clearance, hydraulic braking system and four ventilated disc brakes, EADS vehicle data recorder system, EADS integrated communication system for UHF or VHF bands, EADS integrated mobile command, control and information system; EADS jamming system.
The vehicle was unveiled in EUROSATORY 2010.
BA3 Final Edition, Edition Select (2011-)
They are versions of G 350 BlueTEC in short wheelbase Station Wagon body and long-wheelbase G 500 with long-wheelbase Station Wagon body, both with 7G-TRONIC seven-speed automatic transmission.
BA3 Final Edition includes 5-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels with 265/60 R 18 tyres, running boards and the spare wheel cover with a 3D Mercedes-Benz star in stainless steel, AMG radiator grille in a 3-louvre design with chrome highlights.
Edition Select model includes 2-tone body colours (designo mystic white, palladium silver metallic, thulite red metallic and obsidian black metallic), obsidian black metallic bumpers and AMG side flaps and exterior mirrors, running boards and the spare wheel cover with a 3D Mercedes-Benz star in stainless steel, 18-inch light-alloy wheels in a 5-twin-spoke design with 265/60 R 18 tyres, carbon-fibre look inserts in the protective strips, an underguard and an AMG sports exhaust system, two-tone upholstery in porcelain/black designo leather (optional Single-tone black designo leather), chrome luggage compartment sill protector with “Mercedes-Benz” lettering and a radiator grille with chrome inserts, black leather dashboard, armrest, door handles and parking brake lever; gathered leather inner door panels, black designo velour floor mats with porcelain edging, designo wood trim in black piano lacquer, steering wheel and selector lever are in a leather/piano lacquer combination with contrasting topstitching.
G 300 CDI Professional
It is a version of G 300 CDI Military for civilian market, but with 4 seats with fabric upholstery. It included 3.0-litre Diesel engine rated 185 PS (136 kW; 182 hp), 5-speed automatic transmission, manual windows, snorkel engine intake, sliding wood panels at rear cargo compartment.
Availability varies depending on export market
G 300 Professional (2009–present) — 3.0 L 2987 cc V6 diesel, (135 kW), (400 N·m)
G 350 Bluetec (2009–present) — 3.0 L 2987 cc V6 diesel, 211 hp (155 kW), (540 N·m)
G 500 or G 550 (2009–present) — M273E55 5.5 L 5461 ccV8, 382 hp (284 kW), 391 lb·ft (530 N·m)
Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG
In June 2012, the G-Class received some minor modifications to the specification and engine range. The significant changes outside are that the updated G-Class gets LED running lights; second, there are turn indicators in its side mirrors; and third, the AMG gets a new bumper and grille. The majority of the G-Class’s upgrades reside under its hood and behind its doors: a new interior, more modern amenities. Interior changes include a re-sculpted dashboard and centre console, with relocated COMAND screen, and a new colour multifunction screen to the gauge cluster. The latest mbrace2 telematics system also is on board and now come standard with Distronic adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, and updated Parktronic backup sensors and rearview camera, together with a revised the stability control to enable trailer stabilizing functionality.
The vehicles went on sale in June 2012. Early models included G 350 BlueTEC, G 500, G 500 Cabriolet, G 63 AMG, G 65 AMG. G 350 BlueTEC was sold in long-wheelbase station wagon, G 500 was sold in long-wheelbase station wagon, short-wheelbase Cabriolet.
G 63 AMG, G 65 AMG (2012-)
G 63 includes AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-TRONIC transmission with and ECO start/stop function, AMG sports exhaust system, suspension/damper settings adjusted for the more dynamic handling characteristics via optimised bearings for the automatic gearbox, transfer case and engine cut vibration and noise levels; AMG 5×2 spoke 9.5×20-inch titanium-grey-painted light alloy wheels with high-sheen finish and 275/50 R 20 tyres (optional matt-black-painted AMG light alloy wheels with high-sheen rim flanges), AMG high-performance brakes 375×36 millimetres front and 330×20 millimetres rear discs, six-piston fixed front brake calliper from the ML 63 AMG, single-piston floating rear calliper, red (optional silver) brake calliper colour, readjusted ESP with automatic control systems including the start-up assist and a HOLD function with optional trailer coupling, twin-blade radiator grille with four chrome inserts, AMG bumper with three airflow inlets and high-gloss chrome stainless steel inserts, new LED daytime running lamps below the bi-xenon headlamps, stainless-steel running boards and side protective strips with stainless-steel inserts, AMG instrument cluster with colour TFT screen, AMG main menu and separate gear display, plus white-lit AMG sills on all doors, E-SELECT shift lever with the distinctive AMG medallion from SLS AMG, designo leather upholstery with ruffled leather door panelling, optional AMG carbon trim and the designo Exclusive package.
G 65 AMG is based on G 63 AMG, but includes high-gloss chrome radiator grille, 9.5×20-inch AMG five-spoke light alloy wheel in titanium grey with high-sheen finish, 275/50 R 20 tyres, V12 BITURBO logo on the mudguards, welcome display with exclusive AMG V12 BITURBO animation, the designo leather exclusive upholstery and the leather instrument panel trim, V12 diamond design of the seats, including the impressed AMG medallion on the headrests, black piano lacquer designo trim features and designo foot mats with a V12 badge, AMG Performance Studio option (AMG light alloy wheels in matt black with high-sheen rim flanges).
The vehicles went on sale in June 2012, only in long station-wagon body.
Light Armoured Patrol Vehicle 6.1, G-Class 6×6 (2012-)
Light Armoured Patrol Vehicle 6.1 is based on the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon Light Armoured Patrol Vehicle 6.X CONCEPT. It included a 3.0-litre Diesel engine from the 461 series, tire pressure monitor, 1000mm water treading depth, top speed of 140km/h.
G-Class 6×6 is a truck with 2 rows of seats, with 3-ton payload capacity.
The vehicles were unveiled in Eurosatory 2012.
It is a concept vehicle based on the concept of a future police car developed for the Los Angeles Design Challenge 2012. It included 3-panel greenhouse, 20-inch rims, recycled water in tanks on the roof with hydrogen converter and hydrogen fuel cells, 4 wheel-hub motors, a “Terra-Scan” 360-degree topography scanner on the roof, side skirts illumination indicate the operating and charge status of the energy packs, a roof rack and additional lamps integrated into the roof.
The vehicle was unveiled in 2012 LA Auto Show.
|G 500||2012-||5,461 cc (333 cu in) V8 (M 273 E55)||388 PS (285 kW; 383 hp)@6000, 530 N·m (391 lb·ft)@2800-4800|
|G 500 Cabriolet||2012-||5,461 cc (333 cu in) V8 (M 273 E55)||388 PS (285 kW; 383 hp)@6000, 530 N·m (391 lb·ft)@2800-4800|
|G 63 AMG||2012-||5,461 cc (333 cu in) V8 twin turbo (M 157)||544 PS (400 kW; 537 hp)@5500, 760 N·m (561 lb·ft)@2000-5000|
|G 65 AMG||2012-||5,980 cc (365 cu in) V12 twin turbo (M 275)||612 PS (450 kW; 604 hp)@4300-5600, 1,000 N·m (738 lb·ft)@2300-4300|
|G 350 BlueTEC||2012-||2,987 cc (182 cu in) V6 turbo (OM 642 DE 30 LA)||211 PS (155 kW; 208 hp)@3400, 540 N·m (398 lb·ft)@1600-2400|
|G 500||2012-||7-speed automatic (7G-TRONIC PLUS)|
|G 500 Cabriolet||2012-||7-speed automatic (7G-TRONIC PLUS)|
|G 63 AMG||2012-||7-speed automatic (AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-TRONIC)|
|G 65 AMG||2012-||7-speed automatic (AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-TRONIC)|