Farewell to the Mercedes G500 4×4² this October

Updated Oct 01, 2020 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

The Mercedes G500 4×4² will drive off into the sunset at the end of this month.

According to the latest car news, Mercedes has officially announced that it will put an end to the production of the Mercedes G500 4×4² this month. The model is known as one of the most expensive new cars of Mercedes with the price tag of €231,693, equivalent to around $274,544.

The Mercedes G500 4×4² crossing water

Mercedes has officially announced that it will put an end to production of the Mercedes G500 4×4² this month

The collapse of the G500 4×4² comes as no surprise since the next-generation G-Class is already planned to launch next year.

Equipped with portal axles and an enormous ground clearance of 450 mm, the new extreme off-roader can handle any terrain. The model also impresses us with a 1,000 mm (39.3 inches) fording depth, so you can basically consider it as a semi-amphibious car.

The Mercedes G500 4 × 4 ² off-roading

The collapse of the G500 4×4² is not really a great surprise when the next-generation G-Class is already planned to launch sometime next year

It has large 22-inch alloy wheels accompanied with bulky 325/55 R22 tires and wide portal axles which have expanded the tracks’ 299 mm (11.7 inches) wider than the regular G-Class. The G500 4×4² runs with a biturbo 4.0-L V8 engine which is capable of dishing out 422hp (310 kilowatts).

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It was in Decemer 2015 when the Mercedes G500 4×4² first hit to dealerships as a “phenomenal response” to the concept introduced at Geneva Motor Show earlier the same year. While the German brand only offers a limited number of the 6x6 G-Wagen, the G500 4×4² is a mass-produced model. Even so, it is a matter of fact that not many can afford such a luxury off-roader.

The Mercedes G500 4×4² on the road

Now we have to say goodbye to the Mercedes G500 4×4²

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