G-Class

Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Winner of the “Goldener Klassiker 2019” (golden classic) award by “Auto Bild Klassik” specialist magazine in the “Cross-country vehicle” category.
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Mercedes-Benz 300 SL "Gullwing" (W 198), ALL TIME STARS "barn find".
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Mercedes-Benz G 500 (463 model series), “Final Edition” cabriolet, built in 2013. Photograph taken at the press driving event on the history of the G-Class in April 2018 in France.
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Mercedes-Benz G 350 d “Professional” (model series 463), long wheelbase station wagon, year of construction 2016. Detail view of the rear end. Photo taken at the press driving event on the history of the G-Class in April 2018 in France.
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Mercedes-Benz 290 GD turbo diesel (model series 461), delivery van, long wheelbase, year of construction 1998. Travelling. Photo taken at the press driving event on the history of the G-Class in April 2018 in France.
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Mercedes-Benz 230 GE (460 model series), open-top short wheelbase, built in 1982. The vehicle was in use as the command vehicle of the Tramin voluntary fire service in South Tyrol. Photograph taken at the press driving event on the history of the G-Class in April 2018 in France.
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Mercedes-Benz 300 GD (model series 460), cabriolet, year of construction 1989. Travelling. Photo taken at the press driving event on the history of the G-Class in April 2018 in France.
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Mercedes-Benz 300 GD (model series 460), cabriolet, year of construction 1989. Cockpit. Photo taken at the press driving event on the history of the G-Class in April 2018 in France.
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Mercedes-Benz 500 GE (model series 463), long wheelbase station wagon, year of construction 1993. Detail view of the V8 logo. Photo taken at the press driving event on the history of the G-Class in April 2018 in France.
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Mercedes-Benz 230 GE (model series 460), long wheelbase station wagon, year of construction 1985. Travelling. Photo taken at the press driving event on the history of the G-Class in April 2018 in France.
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Mercedes-Benz 230 G (model series 460), short wheelbase station wagon, year of construction 1980. Engine compartment. Photo taken at the press driving event on the history of the G-Class in April 2018 in France.
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Mercedes-Benz 230 G (model series 460), short wheelbase station wagon, year of construction 1980. Cockpit. Photo taken at the press driving event on the history of the G-Class in April 2018 in France.
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Generations of Mercedes-Benz G-Class models: the new Mercedes-Benz G-Class, model series 463, model year 2018 (combined cycle fuel consumption: 13.1-9.6 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 299–252 g/km*), left, next to a 1993 Mercedes-Benz 500 GE (centre) and a 1985 Mercedes-Benz 230 GE.
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The new Mercedes-Benz G-Class, model series 463 (combined cycle fuel consumption: 13.1-9.6 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 299–252 g/km*) as a white/red birthday vehicle. To mark the 125th anniversary of VfB Stuttgart football club from September 2018 to April 2, 2019, the Mercedes-Benz Museum is showing a special exhibition entitled “On the move since 1893: 125 years of VfB Stuttgart”.
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Mercedes-Benz G-Class, G 63 AMG 6x6 show car from 2013.
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Mercedes-Benz G 350 d (combined fuel consumption: 9.8–9.6 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 259–252 g/km) in brilliant blue metallic and with designo nappa leather in espresso brown/black.
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Mercedes-Benz G 350 d (combined fuel consumption: 9.8–9.6 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 259–252 g/km) in brilliant blue metallic and with designo nappa leather in espresso brown/black.
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The new model series 463 Mercedes-Benz G-Class (combined fuel consumption: 13.1–9.6 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 299–252 g/km*) as a white/red birthday vehicle. To mark the 125th anniversary of VfB Stuttgart sports club, from September 2018 to April 2, 2019, the Mercedes-Benz Museum is showing a special exhibition entitled “On the Move since 1893: 125 Years of VfB Stuttgart”.
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Mercedes-Benz 230 GE, produced in 1985, from the range of vehicles available from ALL TIME STARS, the vehicle trading platform of Mercedes-Benz Classic.
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In May 2018, the first new model series 463 Mercedes-Benz G-Class (combined fuel consumption: 13.1–9.6 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 299–252 g/km*) came off the production line in Magna Steyr, Austria. It is a Mercedes-AMG G 63 (combined fuel consumption: 13.1 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 299 g/km). At the start of series production, these individuals came together (from left to right): four employees of Magna Steyr, Günther Apfalter (President Magna Europe & Magna Steyr), Karl-Friedrich Stracke (President Automotive Engineering & Engineering Magna Steyr), Gerd Brusius (Vice President Corporate Sales & Marketing Magna Europe & Executive Vice President Sales & Marketing Magna Steyr), Wolf-Dieter Kurz (Product Group Compact Cars/SUV), Ola Källenius (Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG responsible for Group Research and Mercedes-Benz Cars Development), Dr Gunnar Güthenke (Head of Off-Road Vehicle Product Division at Mercedes-Benz), Kurt Bachmaier (General Manager Business Unit G Magna Steyr), Anton Schantl (Vice President Finance Magna Steyr), Wolfgang Zitz (Vice President Complete Vehicle Manufacturing Magna Steyr) and Helmut Wagner (Assistant General Manager Business Unit G Magna Steyr).
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Mercedes-Benz G 500 variant of the new G-Class model series 463 (combined fuel consumption: 12.1–11.5 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 276–263 g/km*), hyacinth red metallic, designo nappa leather, platinum white/black.
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Mercedes-Benz 280 GE from model series 460, Station Wagon with short wheelbase. Photo from 1982.
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Das Mercedes-Benz 280 GE Rallyefahrzeug der Baureihe 460 von Jean-Pierre Jaussaud und Jean da Silva (Startnummer 143) bei der Rallye Paris-Dakar 1983.
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Mercedes-Benz ‘G’ model from model series 460, Station Wagon with short and long wheelbase. Photo from 1983.
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5th Paris–Dakar Rally, 1983. At the stage finish, the Mercedes-Benz 280 GE rally vehicles from the 460 model series were checked and prepared for the 300 to 1000 km stage on the following day.
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Mercedes-Benz ‘G’ model from model series 460 on the ‘torture track’ at the test track in the Stuttgart-Untertürkheim plant. Photo from 1984.
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Mercedes-Benz G-Class: The three body versions of model series 463. Left to right: Cabriolet, short-wheelbase Station Wagon and long-wheelbase Station Wagon. Photo from 1997.
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Mercedes-Benz G-Class from model series 463. View of the boot.
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Mercedes-Benz ‘G’ model from model series 460, Station Wagon with long wheelbase employed as a fire-fighting vehicle.
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Mercedes-Benz 230 G from model series 460, Station Wagon with long wheelbase. Designed as a rapid-recovery vehicle for the fire brigade.
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Mercedes-Benz Cross-country Vehicle from model series 461, fire-fighting vehicle. Photo from 1994.
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Mercedes-Benz G 500 from model series 463, interior. Photo from 1999.
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Mercedes-Benz G-Guard special-protection vehicle from model series 463. Photo from 1999.
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Mercedes-Benz G-Guard special-protection vehicle from model series , interior. Photo from 1999.
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Mercedes-Benz G-Class from model series 463, Station Wagon with long wheelbase. Photo from 2000.
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Mercedes-Benz G-Class from model series 463, Cabriolet with electrohydraulically operated soft top. Photo from 2000.
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Mercedes-Benz G-Class from model series 463, interior, steering wheel and display instruments. Photo from 2000.
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Mercedes-Benz G-Class from model series 463, interior, centre console with shift gate for automatic transmission. Photo from 2000.
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Mercedes-Benz G-Class from model series 463, interior, centre console with COMAND control and display system. Photo from 2000.
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Mercedes-Benz ‘G’ model from model series 463, first version of the Cabriolet with manually operated soft top. Photo from 1989.
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