“Square boat”: tuning the G-class. Stylish, expensive, or “farm”?

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“Square boat”: tuning the G-class. Stylish, expensive, or “farm”?

Polish tuning workshop Carlex introduced the special version of the new G-Class – G-Yachting Limited Edition. Distinctive features of the SUV’s two-tone body color, chrome 22-inch wheels, and stylized as yacht cabin interior with the floor and the back seats of wood.

Outside of “Gelenvagen” to G-d Limited Edition is easy to learn on textured silver color, simulate unpainted metal. The upper part of the body is painted with black Matt paint. Other unusual items – custom 22-inch wheels, hand-engraved spare wheel cover and tinted lights.

The salon is completely redrawn: standard front seats gave way to original products Carlex Design made of genuine leather, floor and back seats are of wood, the ceiling is covered with Alcantara, and the pattern is reminiscent of the Board. On the second-row seats embroidered with the coat of arms with the name Yachting Edition; pillar covered with suede. Probably the selection of colors to cause the passengers of the G-Class Association with the cabin of the vessel and to add the feeling of “marine style”.

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Technically Mercedes-Benz G-d Limited Edition is identical to the top version of AMG G 63: under the hood 4.0-liter V8 with double supercharging capacity of 585 horsepower and a torque of 850 Nm. The transmission is a nine-storyed “machine”. Intervention in the suspension was also not announced.

While Carlex Design does not disclose neither the starting price of G-Yachting Limited Edition, no edition luxury SUV “marine style”. Pickups Mercedes-Benz X-Class Yachting Edition with less completions was twice as expensive as the normal version as ask for “Gelenvagen” sailing on a yacht is unknown.

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