Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4²

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

When you’re looking to really explore every square inch of the earth, leaving absolutely no stone unturned, the Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4² is the vehicle you will call upon.

Benz’s G-Wagen has always been a fully capable off-roader, but this is some next level stuff right here. Packed with ground clearance that is similar to the monstrous 6×6 iteration, the 4×4 squared is equipped with a 422-horsepower V8 powerplant, portal axles, and 22-inch wheels, each of which is wrapped in 325/55 off-road tires. Many of the details are still unknown at this point, but we imagine that vibrant highlighter yellow exterior paint job may be the only option when it comes to the exterior. There are plenty of removable carbon fiber body parts also scattered throughout the outside of the truck, while the interior is draped in luxury Designo touches. The vehicle is making its internet debut today, but we will get all the details when it rolls onto stage at this year’s Geneva Motor Show in March.

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