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In 2009, Mercedes-Benz, celebrating the 30-year anniversary of the G-Class, introduced the G 280 CDI EDITION.30 PUR as a five-door long wheelbase station wagon. The consumers could order theirs with "Off-Road Package 1" or "Off-Road Package 2". The passenger compartment had four seats upholstered in hard-wearing fabric or vinyl, rubber floor coverings, spray-protected/water-resistant controls, drainage apertures in the footwells, and a wood floor in the load compartment with load lashing lugs and rails. The dashboard received a new instrument cluster from the W463 and dual air bags and the climate control remained manually operated as did the window winders and locks. The exterior received flexible wheel arch flaring, protective grilles for headlamps, taillamps, front turn signal indicators, a walk-on hood/bonnet for easy access to the optional roof rack, a towing lug attached to the front bumper and two-section barn doors at the rear.
The success of the limited series "EDITION.30 PUR" led to the G 280 CDI Professional in 2009 and its successor, the G 300 CDI Professional, in 2010. Initially the 280 CDI Professional was limited to a five-door long wheelbase station wagon design before the body variants were expanded to five different body variations: a three-door long wheelbase panel van (Kastenwagen in German), a five-door long wheelbase station wagon, a two-door cabriolet and a two or four-door cab chassis truck (Pritschenwagen in German) for the G 300 CDI Professional. The production of the civilian variant continued through 2019. However, the military variant continued through 2022 when it was replaced by the new W464 model.
Mercedes-Benz premiered a special edition of G-Class with its first-ever V8 engine at 1993 Geneva International Motor Show. The 500 GE V8 was available in 5-door, long wheelbase station wagon and for one year, 1993, only.
The BA3 Final Edition was launched in 2011 to mark the final production run of the three-door, short wheelbase station wagon. The single model variation was G 350 CDI BlueTEC. This farewell special is distinguished by body-coloured AMG flared wheel arches with 5-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels, carbon optics stripes, an AMG radiator grille, 18-inch alloys, extra chrome trims inside and outside, black leather interior offset by walnut burr veneers and ambient lighting.
At the same time, Mercedes-Benz offered the "Edition Select" special for the five-door model, G 500. Edition Selection applies the same special edition treatment to the G 500/G 550 even though the five-door long wheelbase station wagon would continue for several more years.
Continuing with the G 63 AMG 66 formula, Mercedes-Benz introduced the G 500 44, using the body of the long wheelbase 5-door station wagon on a shortened chassis from the G 63 AMG 66. The G500 44, along with the G 500/G 550, received a new 4.0-litre biturbo V8 (M176), producing 310 kW (416 hp). The exterior is the same as the Mercedes-AMG G 63 and G 65 despite the G 500 44 not being a Mercedes-AMG edition.
This minor update revised the engine range with a new 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine in the G 320 CDI, replacing both the G 270 CDI and G 400 CDI. The G 500 and G 55 AMG Kompressor continued unchanged. The G 320 with the petrol engine was dropped, marking the suspension of six-cylinder petrol engines until 2018. The G 55 AMG Kompressor remained as a five-door station wagon while the G 320 CDI and G 500 were offered in three body styles: two-door cabriolet and station wagons with three-door short and five-door long wheelbases.
Originally, the vehicle was developed for military and off-road purposes. It was produced in 3 different body styles: a two-door convertible, a two-door SWB wagon and a four-door wagon. This was the G-Wagen 460. Models in this class include the 200 GE, 230 G, 230 GE, 280 GE, 240 GD, 250 GD and 300 GD. The company produced 50,000 of these between 1979 and 1986. Many different versions of the car were developed for military and public service personnel. The civilian version was more standardised.
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The G-wagon opens up to a leather-trim dashboard and displays two 12.3-inch screens, similar to those in the S-Class. It also has an advanced infotainment system that integrates Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, alongside a 15-speaker Burmester surround sound system (available as an option).
The AMG variant of the G-wagon is really for those who want to take their driving experience up a notch. Aside from the V8 and V12 engine, the G-wagon AMG variant features AMG-specific radiator trim on its exterior, with flared wheel arches and red AMG brake calipers. Dual-tone Nappa leather makes up the interior upholstery. 041b061a72