28-year-old 4x4 gets fresher cabin
16 February 2007

At the start of February we brought you news that Mercedes was to give the venerable G-wagen a nip and a tuck, now we've got the first photos of the tweaked car.

Yes, really, this is the facelifted car. Most of the changes are in the cabin, which has been continually upgraded over the years. It now features a centre console borrowed from the current (outgoing) C-class, and a steering wheel from the CLS.

Outside changes are super-subtle, but include LED tail lights. The G-wagen is available in the UK to special order only.

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