Mercedes-Benz unveiled the 2019 version of its famous G-Wagon line at the Detroit Auto Show.
It’s bigger than it’s predecessors, and also has a couple of technological upgrades, including a pair of 12.3-inch digital displays, arranged together to form a widescreen panel.
It also features a multifunction steering wheel with touch-sensitive controls for the infotainment system, metallic accents, and wood or carbon fiber trim. An optional Active Multi-contour Seat Package adds additional power adjustment, massage, ventilation, and rapid heating functions.
Air chambers within the bolsters inflate and deflate automatically, helping to keep people secure and supported. Mercedes says these seats are recommended by the German spinal health organization Aktion Gesunder Rücken e.V.
The SUV has a 1.6-inch longer wheelbase and repositioned rear seats, giving rear passengers an extra six inches of legroom. It is priced at $130,532.