Today’s Mercedes-Benz G-Class is far from the utilitarian SUV it used to be, now coming in a host of specifications and tunes that can provide you with added luxury or plenty of power courtesy of tuners such as Brabus. Now, the G-Wagon has entered new territory, sporting an overhaul by HOFELE to become a super-luxe machine that’s fit for only the most discerning back seat driver.
Dubbed the HOFELE Ultimate HG, this G-Class is designed to be an alternative luxury limousine. And rightly so. A two-tone paint job consists of “Carpathian Grey” by Range Rover and “Crystal Black” by Rolls-Royce, while a new set of 23” HOFELE “Turbine” forged alloy wheels in silver offset the car with prestige and presence. This is joined by a new grille, headlight surround and a front bumper that wraps around to the wider multi-contoured wheel arches that are made from carbon fiber, while the iconic “Waistline” trim is now finished in chrome too.
The most notable change to the G-Class is the set of “Coach Doors.” Just like those found on a Rolls-Royce, these new rear doors open on their reverse thanks to a new hinge placement, making for not just easier access but also for a much grander and sophisticated style. Full-length electrically-deployable side steps also add to the air of luxury.
Once inside, you’ll find individual VIP rear seats and a whole interior cabin swathed in the finest Nappa leather and Alcantara. A bespoke rear-center console now provides back seat passengers with controls over their unique seating position, massaging and heating functions, and more alongside contemporary features such as wireless charging for devices.
Luxurious details even extend to lesser-important areas such as the boot, which is now trimmed in “Piano Black” lacquer with aluminum trims.
The HOFELE Ultimate HG really is the most luxurious Mercedes-Benz G-Class around, and there’s no doubt that this level of prestige comes with a demanding price tag. Head over to HOFELE’s website to find out more about the Ultimate HG.
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