The new G-Class models arrive just five months before a more contemporary G-Class model - featuring an all-aluminium body, wider tracks, significant weight reduction and a newly styled interior - is expected to make its public premiere at the 2018 Detroit motor show. It is planned to be sold alongside an updated version of the original G-Class.
New to the G63 and G65 Exclusive Edition is a unique grey paint finish, a stainless running kick plate integrated within the lower edge of the front bumper, AMG racing stripes along the lower section of the doors, body protection elements in a dark aluminium look and a spare wheel cover painted in the vehicle colour.
The G63 Exclusive Edition receives 21in matt-black alloy wheels shod with 295/40 profile tyres. The G65 uses different-looking alloys with inserts in carbonfibre look but in the same size and with the same-sized tyres.
Inside, the two limited-volume models sport an instrument panel in two-tone leather, as well as sport seats with similarly styled two–tone leather upholstery featuring diamond-pattern quilting and integrated air conditioning. Buyers can choose between six colour combinations for the leather, along with either carbonfibre or back piano lacquer trim elements.