Gone are the days, when Indian car enthusiasts had no liberty of buying luxury cars or expensive sports cars in their own country, rather they had to import those cars from overseas at an expense of extra money. The taste of Indian buyers has changed drastically, alongside the capability to buy expensive cars. Now a day, more and more luxury car makers are bringing expensive machines on wheels in this country. Brands like Audi, BMW, Ferrari, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Land Rover, Maserati, Mercedes Benz, and Porsche are showing keen interest in expanding their Indian lineup, which is definitely a silver line for auto enthusiast of the country.
In recent times, we have seen the auto industry has flourished by the expensive models in the country. As we are about to bid goodbye to 2015, it’s worth mentioning that in this year too we have seen plenty of expensive cars launched in the country. Mercedes Benz has been at the forefront of the expensive car launches in 2015, while other auto makers like BMW, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Maserati also brought their own exotic machines.
Before we move on to another year, let’s take a look back at the expensive car lineup, which has been launched in 2015.
Many people say beauty is softness, but many don’t agree to that. Because, beauty is rock solid ruggedness too.
When it comes to Mercedes Benz, the iconic German auto manufacturer has always been popular for the sleek beauty, refined look and smooth handling which come with that three pointed star logo. In 1979 world has seen a new era in Mercedes Benz history, which was the introduction of G class. The rugged looking off roading vehicles was no way similar to the sleek, elegant usual Mercedes vehicles, but soon it gained popularity around all the corners of the world, and later in the course of time it had created numerous pages of history.
Mercedes Benz ‘G’ class is derived from German word ‘Geländewagen’, which means off road vehicle. This genre of cars came from a joint developmental research project which was started in 1970 and the first car rolled out in 1979. Initially it was used in the armed forces around the world, as the off roader vehicle is one of the most powerful car of all time to literally rule any kind landscape, although later the civilian editions came in the fray and generated popularity. In its early days, these cars were not so much luxurious, they were loud, not comfortable, and slow, although with years of refinement they evolved and became more powerful, comfortable and luxurious. Gradually, the car which was marked as the best off roader beast once; became a lifestyle vehicle around the continents.
Recently Mercedes Benz launched a new version of G-63 AMG which they named as ‘Crazy Colour Edition’. The new edition of G-63 AMG brings vibrant colours to life through these beautiful rugged yet refined looking luxurious off roader beasts. This version is available in three colours in Indian market, which are – Solar Beam, Sunset Beam and Alien Green.
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Mercedes-Benz celebrated their flagship product the G-Classes 35th Birthday, this vehicle does not need any introduction because everybody are quite aware of the capabilities of this tough SUV which has been built for some real offroading and touring purpose. Mercedes even launched an exclusive G-Class Edition 35 special model on this occasion.
The special edition G Class looks almost same even after 35 years and there has been no major changes made to the overall styling of the car. This new special edition G Class is only available for the G350 BlueTEC and G 500 variants only. This special edition G Class gets 18-inch 5 spoke light alloy wheels painted in sparkle Bright Black color, while the front and rear bumper, wheel arch lining, exterior mirrors and the roof all painted in obsidian black metallic. While the rest of the car has been finished in designo mystic white bright or palladium silver metallic paint finishes. There is also an obsidian black metallic paint finish for those who are looking for a little less glossy and subtle paint finish. This special edition car also comes with Sports Package as standard and gets sport exhaust system and also chrome package.
Inside of the exclusive G-Class Edition 35 special model gets premium quality leather accessory with contrasting topstitching; the multicontoured seats inside along with the climate control makes sure that the occupants inside remains comfortable always.
Not only the Mercedes Benz has launched a special edition model to celebrate the 35 years of the G Class but in order to prove to the world how tough this SUV really is brought the story of Gunther Holtorf and his wife Christine who travelled and visited as many Countries as possible across the World in his Mercedes-Benz 300 GD. He actually made a World record and his vehicle in which he actually completed the whole journey and lived to tell his tale will be displayed at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart-Untertürkheim.
Below we have actually provided a small description about his journey along with the capabilities of the G Class. We are sure that our readers will be amazed after reading his tale.
Mercedes has shown the first image of the 2013 G-Class and the SUV sports new LED daytime running lights, new rear view mirrors and rearranged front fender vents. There aren’t any other changes to the exteriors and the SUV retains the same boxy styling. Changes are more evident to the interiors with the introduction of a new instrument cluster, a revised center console and a new steering wheel. The gear knob is new as well and more importantly the G-Class has an upgraded version of the COMAND system.
The updated G-Class made an appearance in the background of the official images to display upgrades to the GLK-Class. The G-Class or the G-Wagen is cross-country SUV with 4WD and with its body-on-frame construction, it uses three fully lockable differentials. Mercedes developed the SUV because of a suggestion by the Shah of Iran to Mercedes and it was only in 1979 that that the manufacturer started to sell it to civilians.