Mercedes-Benz expands the incredible GClass lineup with a profound idealist variant. The new G 350 d Professional, with its striking exterior and alternatively accessible Professional Off-Road bundle, is undeniably suited to demanding rough terrain use and expert applications. In contrast to its predecessor, the G 350 d Professional provides a new, useful interior and sumptuous ride comfort. A variety of G-Class models benefit from an innovation update for the infotainment, route, and interchanges. Extra interior and exterior options enhance the exceptional crosscountry vehicle’s uniqueness and comfort. The GClass debuted in 1979 as a purpose-built crosscountry vehicle for tough rough terrain use, but it has since evolved into an opulent all-rounder. Changes in design and technology make the incredible “G” fit for the future while piqueing the interest of the worldwide, devoted fan base.
The current model lineup ranges from an all-arounder with a V6 diesel engine to Mercedes-reach-beating AMG’s V12 model. The Stuttgart-based car manufacturer now has a crosscountry vehicle in its portfolio that, due to its articulated perfectionist configuration, stands apart from the other G-Class models, making it the ideal ally for testing rough terrain use and daring, off-the-beaten-path endeavors. The G 350 d Professional, like a variety of other GClass models, benefits from a durable stepping stool type outline body, extremely durable all-wheel drive with rough terrain proportion, and three electrically selectable, 100% differential locks. V6 diesel engine producing 180 kW (245 hp).
The V6 diesel engine with 2987 cc displacement provides excellent foothold. While the motor yield of the G 350 d Professional has been increased by 33% to 180 kW (245 hp) when compared to the active G 300 CDI Professional, the NEDC fuel utilization has been reduced by 15.4% to 9.9 liters per 100 kilometers. This corresponds to CO2 emissions of 261 g/km. The 7G-TRONIC PLUS programmed transmission combines exceptional ride comfort with modern productivity.
Initially, complete information:
Professional G 350 d
Count of chambers/arrangement 6/V
2987 (cc) Dislodging
At 3600, the estimated yield (kW/hp at rpm) is 180/245.
600 at 1600-2400 rpm praised force (Nm at rpm)
0-100 km/h increase in speed (s) 8.8 Maximum speed (km/h) 160
(joined) fuel utilization from (l/100 km) 9.9 Combined CO2 emissions from (g/km) 261
EU6 standard outflows
On the surface, the G 350 d Professional appears to be a capable rough terrain driver capable of dominating any test. The matt dark radiator grille and the dark painted light-amalgam wheels in 5spoke plan characterize its idealist design. Off-road tires in size 265/70 R 16 provide excellent traction in all conditions, even on the most difficult terrain.
Outside of what might be expected in different disciplines, the Professional outflanks its specialized premise, the G 350 d. Because of its modified suspension, which provides it with 10 millimeters more ground freedom (245 instead of 235 millimeters), it takes troublesome terrain in stride. The approach/flight angles of 36 and 39 degrees (G 350 d: 30/30 degrees) ensure significant versatility under extreme conditions.
Initial rough terrain figures: G 350 d Professional
Slant climbing prowess is unrivaled. * Breakover angle of 24°
The tipping angle is 54%.
36/39 degrees of approach/departure
600 millimeters fording depth
245 millimeters of ground clearance
* Subject to a superficial level and ground conditions.
Because of its payload of 592 kilograms, the G 350 d Professional is clearly prepared for testing transport tasks. It is also clearly suitable as a towing vehicle, with a towing capacity of up to 3200 kilograms.
Inside with contemporary dashboard
In the inside, the G 350 d Professional basically varies from its archetype, the G 300 CDI Professional, by temperance of its contemporary dashboard.
The active model was based on the practical W461 series, whereas the new model is based on the more agreeable W463. As a result, professional clients benefit from all of the advantages, including superior equipment and arrangements, increased solace, and improved ergonomics. A multifunction steering wheel is also standard, as is an electric steering section that can be adjusted for height and reach, as well as some power-adjustable front seats. The reasonable aspects of rough terrain use are not dismissed at all, as the floor with anti-slip surface and channel demonstrates: soil can be easily showered off and the inside thoroughly cleaned.
Several extra items are available for clients who want to use the G 350 d Professional for day by day afflictions of cruel going romping:
As an option, a steel front guard with groundwork for a link winch is available.
The optional Professional Off-Road bundle includes a defensive grille for the front bi-xenon headlamps; a defensive grille for the markers is also available as an option. This is supplemented by dark-colored glass for the back side windows and the back window.
This bundle also remembers the heap compartment for wood finish and the foundation for a hands-free framework. A rooftop rack with stepping stool enhances the capabilities of the G 350 d Professional Side running sheets on the left and right improve common sense and enable objects to be effectively lashed to the rooftop rack, which is included with the Professional Off-Road bundle.
The Load Protection bundle is intended to ensure maximum safety during transportation.
The package includes a freight net, a load compartment cover, and an appropriate trailer coupling.
The G 350 d Professional is available in two non-metallic paint finishes and eleven alluring metallic paint finishes. The rough terrain symbol communicates its unmistakable style with select unique paints, such as desert sand or china blue, reminiscent of “Otto,” the G-Class owned by Gunther Holtorf, who stunningly demonstrated the G-capabilities Class’s during his reality visit.
The G 350 d Professional will be available for purchase on June 1st, with market availability beginning in September 2016. The price is €79,968. (incl. 19 percent VAT for Germany).
Updates to the infotainment, route, and correspondences
The numerous variants of the Mercedes-Benz GClass are now completely forward-thinking in terms of availability as a result of various technological refreshes. The equipment, which is now recognizable from various other Mercedes models, raises the level of solace and comfort for residents to an entirely new level. For example, the most recent telematics age includes:
COMAND Online includes a high-resolution 20.3 cm (8-inch) shading display and a WLAN area of interest.
Framework for Mercedes-Benz Crisis Calls (accessible in 20 European nations just as in the USA, Canada and China)
For expert, precise traffic information, use Live Traffic Information.
Combination of Apple CarPlayTM and Android Auto on a cell phone
Vehicle communication in the armrest for communication and web network access with a separate SIM card peruser
Broad communication bundle in the armrest with general interface, improved phone work, charging capacity, and outside airborne for ideal gathering
Miniature USB, iPod® dock, and iPod® Lightning connectors are included in this Media Interface link pack for widespread interface in the mid control area.
The optional anthracite poplar trim is new for the G 500 and AMG models; customers can select this trim at no extra cost. The exterior of the crosscountry vehicle legend can be further updated with matt dark painted light-amalgam wheels in 5spoke plan with 265/70 R 16 tires, as well as the optional rooftop rack.
The redesigned G-Class models will be available for purchase in September 2016. Prices begin at €90,636.35. (incl. 19 percent VAT for Germany).