G-class’s death is just around the corner, so it makes perfect sense for Mercedes-Benz to try to capitalize on its latest model with the limited editions of the well-loved off-roader before it paves way for the latest G-class that will be launched next year. After the reveal of the G65 and G63 Exclusive Edition, as well as G63 Final Edition, there is now Limited Edition G-class that is available in G500, G350d Professional, and the G350d. Every Limited Edition will only have 463 units that will be built as a way of living up to its W463 internal codename.
It was back during the 1990s when the G-Class W463 was initially launched, which means that its retirement has long been overdue. In order to give G-class a graceful retirement, the Limited Edition boasts of unique tweaks in style and extra equipment. For instance, the G350d is distinguished through its classy paint, which is mocha black metallic, and attractive protective strip with one of a kind trim insert which features a brushed aluminum look.
As a form of standard, you will also be getting the Exterior Stainless Steel, Sports, and Chrome package, and a 19-inch 5-spoke AMG allow wheels in a titanium grey color, dark tinted glass that’s heat insulating for rear window and rear side windows, an electric sunroof, and a heated windshield.
The more rugged Professional counterpart of G350d has been finished in a China Blue hue, distinguished by steel front bumper, front mud flaps, protective grilles on headlights, and Professional Offroad package with a roof rack with wooden load compartment floor and rear ladder.
Mercedes is set to roll out their G-class Limited Edition models this January 2018 well ahead of their redesigned next generation of G-Class that will be launched later next year for commemorating the 40th anniversary of the off-roader.