For the first time since its creation in nearly 40 years, since 1979 to be precise, the Mercedes Benz G-Wagon has undergone a redesign and the first model to spot the new changes is the 2019 G-Wagon.
While the changes are mostly subtle, they have added flair to the rugged quality that car lovers have come to depend on over the years.
The 2019 G-Wagon was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show at the Michigan Theatre in Detroit on Sunday, January 14, 2018.
So what is different, you may ask?
Perhaps the most noticeable is the slightly longer and bigger but leaner frame. The new model is 2.1 inches longer and 4.8 inches wider.
However, what it has gained in length and width, the new model has lost in weight, shedding 170kg.
You will also love the increased interior space, with front legroom up by 1.5 inches and rear legroom up by a massive 5.9 inches. Shoulder and elbow room are up slightly as well.
There are also a whole set of improvements adding style to the interior aesthetics of the vehicle in form of: heated front and rear seats, three-zone automatic climate control, leather, a glass-panel sunroof, acoustic laminated side glass, a Burmester audio system and dual cupholders for the front and rear seats.
See photos of the 2019 G-Wagon below: