The most striking change is the interior. Mercedes-Benz provides the
cockpit with a wide digital display, which gets a place right next to
the instruments. The differential buttons are right below the digital
display between the center AC vents while the passenger still gets the
handgrip that dates all the way back.
Mercedes-Benz reports that
the rear seats have been moved further to the rear, something that gives
fifteen centimeters of extra legroom compared to the current G-class.
The SUV is lighter than its predecessor despite a more rigid axle. More
It gets a nine-speed automatic transmission, that sends 40 percent of
the torque to the front wheels. The remaining 60 percent goes to the
rear axle. It also comes with cameras all around.