Mercedes G-Class G-Cross : Features Hofele Design Mercedes G-Class

Nov 29, 2016 07:42 AM EST | Shaj Reyes

There will be a new Mercedes that will surely hit the mind of the car enthusiast. It will surely make them a review and this new G-Class will surely be the talk of the town. This will be launch this 2016.

Most of the G-Class launched have the same looks, design or even similar to each other. But then this new Mercedes G-Class wants to be distinguish above all. This Hofele Design Mercedes G-Class features a new front fascia design that has never been seen before other SUV's. The front bumper has a geometric shape for air intake.

Hofele Design Mercedes G-Class G-Cross in whole package include a custom grille, wide wheel arches, branded running boards, new rear bumper, mesh grille all around, side exit exhaust with double-oval tailpipes and Silver air vents in the front wings, and integrated LED lighting on the roof shield. Amazing isn't it?

A set of Hofele-Design 10 x 22" REVERSO wheels and a whopping 50mm suspension lift wrap up the exterior work. Talking about the performance of this new G-Wagon G-Cross has a new power kit along with active sound system for the G350 Diesel model according to Motor Ward.

There are other tuners like Brabus, Edo Competition, and Hamann presented their own interior upgrades for the G-Class. One of this brand adopted a black interior leather design with yellow contrast. But then none of them change the exterior design of their G-Class, information given by Top Speed.

Mercedes is one of the luxurious brand when it comes to automobiles or vehicles. This SUV G-Wagon G-Class will make and break the record of different G-Wagon vehicles. They have upgraded the exterior design that will surely people will distinguish that it is a Mercedes vehicle. Surely the cost of this vehicle will always be worth.

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