Almost correct “Gelik” from Delta4x4

Almost correct “Gelik” from Delta4x4


The German company Delta4x4, which prepares vehicles for off-roading, has presented its version of the current Mercedes-Benz G-Class. As a result of the modifications, the car received increased ground clearance for driving along rocky paths and deep puddles, widened wheel arches and new wheels “shod” in off-road tires. A “kenguryatnik” with additional optics appeared in front, and an optional trunk with “chandeliers” on the roof.

The tuners equipped the SUV with a Bilstein suspension and its own lift kit, which increased the ground clearance to 290 millimeters, and the entry and exit angles to about 35 degrees. 80mm front and rear wheel arch extensions accommodate new wheels with off-road tires.

There are several options for wheels and tires from Mickey Thompson, Cooper and Yokohama: from 18-inch tires with 285/60 tires at the front and 305/60 at the rear to 23-inch (305/35 and 305/40 respectively ). The cost of the off-road package has not been disclosed.

This is not the first modified Delta4x4 Gelendvagen of the current generation. Two years ago in a German studio, the SUV was painted in a bright yellow color, familiar from the extreme factory version of the G-Class 4×42, equipped with uncontested Eibach wheels and springs.

As for the G-Class 4×42, such a version has not yet appeared in the range of an SUV of the current generation. The successor to the G 500 4×42 is expected to make its debut in the coming months: in August, it was captured by spy cameras near the Nürburgring in Germany, where Mercedes-Benz has a test center. The test prototype of the off-road version was practically unmasked.

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