Mercedes: a G-Class act to follow
The new Mercedes-Benz and its entourage of elegance and style have arrived in the Middle East at the most anticipated launch of the year.
This week, the arrival of the new Mercedes-Benz G-Class was celebrated with fanfare at Dubai’s Al Serkal Avenue, the region’s foremost art hub. The event marked the introduction of the legendary flagship model, which has bounded into a new era of technology while simultaneously standing by its hallmark of unrivalled legacy.
Despite undergoing the greatest changes in its history, the new G-Class model continues to be a fine blend of originality, ruggedness and luxury, particularly in the comfort and safety department. Its iconic design reveals the latest cutting-edge technology that gives drivers an unparalleled performance, all wrapped up with an exterior that manages to pull of both class and ruggedness.
Whether on city streets, rocky country roads or desert dunes, the new model’s performance has excelled through the striking enhancements made to its assistance systems and handling and safety features. The vehicle proves to be in outstanding form.
But that’s not all. Heightened agility has been achieved through the ‘Dynamic Select’ driving modes, which include a ‘Desert’ driving mode tailored specifically for the G 500 in the Middle East, as well as a ‘G-Mode’, an intelligent off-road control system. Newly-added suspensions, which, combined with the 100% differential locks boost ride, also boost comfort in addition to agility.
Commenting on the launch, Lennart Mueller-Teut, Head of Marketing and Communications, Mercedes-Benz Cars Middle East, expressed, “The Middle East has eagerly awaited the launch of the latest G-Class. Being one of the first markets around the world to welcome this model, we believe our customers will be immensely satisfied with its new developments, especially innovations made specifically for the region – alongside its unparalleled performance, comfort and world-class safety systems. The G-Class remains an icon, only better and stronger – but at the same time stayed true to itself and kept its character.”
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