Mercedes-Benz G-500 (Geländewagen) «Tourist Car» version 19.08.17
Mercedes-Benz G-class, sometimes referred to as G-Wagen (G - short for Geländewagen - [ɡəlɛːndəvaːɡn], "off-road vehicle") - a series of full-size off-road vehicles (off-road vehicles) manufactured in Austria by Magna Steyr (formerly Steyr -Daimler-Puch) and sold under the trademark Mercedes-Benz. Available from 1979 to the present.
The G-class was designed as a military vehicle on the proposal of the Iranian shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, at that time a shareholder of the company Mercedes-Benz. The civil version of the car was introduced in 1979.
Unlike other series of Mercedes-Benz vehicles, G-class cars retain their unique appearance regardless of modification, whether factory or high-performance from the Mercedes-AMG division, for several decades already.
-3 of their addon
-2 kinds of wheels
-Animation of steering, bonnet, doors
-The sound of the engine and the switching of speeds
- view from the cockpit