The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is distinguished by its classic square-shaped exterior.
A 416-hp twin-turbo V8 powers the base model G550.
A more powerful AMG G63 version uses the same V8 turbo engine that generates 577 hp.
Both engines are paired to a nine-speed automatic transmission.
All-wheel drive is standard, and a range of off-road biased gear ratios and locking differentials are available.
The solid front axle has been replaced by an independent suspension to improve ride and handling.
A solid rear axle remains.
The cabin has been brought into the 21st century.
The dials, vents, and infotainment system now mirror what a Mercedes customer would find in a typical E-Class or S-Class luxury sedan.
All the important safety gear, such as automatic emergency braking and forward collision warning, are standard.