Mercedes-Benz has released the first interior shots of the 2019 G-Class that will be officially unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in January 2018.
The redesigned G-Class gets an all-new interior that is substantially more sumptuous and modern than the previous model.
Leather upholstery, ‘open-pore wood trim’ and carbon fiber or metal accents make sure the driver is ensconced in luxury. The new G-Class also comes equipped with heated seats, a seven-speaker audio system, and a number of new storage compartments including an illuminated area underneath the armrest.
In addition tot he standard trim, Mercedes confirmed options for the the G-Class will include a 16-speaker Burmester surround sound system, a choice of Lugano leather in Black, Nut Brown or Macchiato Beige, as well as a seat package that includes special front seats with heating, ventilation and massage functions. The Exclusive Interior Plus package adds things like Nappa leather upholstery on the doors, center console, and dashboard.
The standard model comes equipped with analogue gauges but a digital instrument cluster with a 12.3-inch display can be specified combining to give the appearance of a single, wide screen.
Classic design touches including chrome-accented switches for the differential locks and a passenger side grab handle. The round air vents tare intended to mimic the SUV’s cicular headlights.
The 2019 G-Class is is bigger on the inside than the previous model and all occupants get additional room, however, the rear seat passengers get the lion’s share with an additional 150mm of legroom.
The exterior photos are still under wraps but Mercedes has confirmed that he G-Class ‘will retain its iconic design.’ ‘In particular, the distinctive door handles, protection strips, and rear tyre carrier will remain the same.
The G-Class is expected to go on sale in the United States in late 2018.