German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz proudly releases two brand new models of the G-Class off-road vehicle. The twins, known as the Edition Select and the BA3 Final Edition, can be differentiated by their wheelbase length – one being longer than the other.
Two variants will be offered for the shorter BA3 Final Edition model, specifically the G350 BlueTEC whose 6-cylinder diesel engine is capable of 211 hp and 540 Nm and the G 500 with a 5.5-liter gasoline engine which can easily churn out 388 hp and 530 Nm.
Both models feature Mercedes-Benz’s permanent all-wheel drive system with off-road ratio as well as a 7G-TRONIC 7-speed automatic tranny. And then there’s the standardized electronically controlled traction system featuring three differential locks, ESP and 4ETS.
Inside both models you’ll find a generous helping of comfort with a telephone system incorporated into the armrest, rubber mats to cover up the footwells as well as a huge load compartment and cover to handle all extra cargo.
Meanwhile, the Edition Select model will be offered exclusively with a dual-tone paintjob. The company will not be charging extra for whatever color combination customers choose upon purchasing the G 500 Station Wagon. Likewise, the interior design is two-tone using lots of porcelain and black design leather.