The end of era for Mercedes-Benz G-Class is upon us after 40 years of successful production. It will be replaced by a new car, but before all that the German based carmaker is offering some limited edition. The top range Mercedes-AMG G65 has already received Final Edition tweaks. Now Daimler is applying some more changes to the more accessible models. These aforementioned models are G350d, G350d professional, and G500 which are available in Europe. All these Mercedes-Benz G-Class Limited Editions will comprise of special paint, special badging and trim and equipment.
Mercedes-Benz G350d is available with Mocha Black metallic along with brushed aluminium trim, sports package, tinted windows, power sunroof, 19-inch five-spoke AMG alloys in titanium, and stainless steel and chrome trim. Inside the car, saddle-brown Nappa leather is complemented by light brown top-stitching. There is also Harman Kardon sound system and many more. The Professional version will be coming with China Blue with a steel front bumper. Apart from it, there are mud flaps, turn-signal shields, roof rack, and Professional Offroad package. The interior comprises of tartan fabric upholstery and heated seats and everything.
G500 Limited Edition comes with Platinum Magno with black-painted trim, Sports package, and optional Chrome. The interior much more features than the two mentioned models and white-stitched black leather interior. Only 463 units will be made for the Mercedes-Benz G-Class Limited Edition variants. Each variants of Mercedes-Benz G-Class Limited Edition will feature badging of “Schöckl proved since 1979” on armrest. It signifies the place in Austria where it was tested and built. The G350d Limited Edition is priced from €122,918.67, whereas the Professional goes for €103,940.55 and the G500 for €140,164.15. It is available for order but delivery will happen in January.