Mercedes-Benz G-Class AMG Line Adds A Touch Of Style

The all-new Mercedes-Benz G-Class may have only just premiered in Detroit but the carmaker has wasted no time in revealing the first optional package for the off-roader, dubbed the AMG Line.

Those familiar with the plethora of Mercedes-Benz models currently on the market will recognize the AMG Line as it is available on a host of cars, including the C-Class and E-Class. This is the first time the AMG Line has been offered for the G-Class.

Mercedes-Benz Passion reports that the AMG Line for the G-Class modifies the exterior and interior look of the vehicle on a number of fronts. The changes start with 20-inch AMG light-alloy wheels with a multi-spoke design, wheel arch extensions, and drilled front brake discs. Additionally, a sports exhaust system has been fitted and there are now numerous brushed aluminum accents across the body.

Modifications made to the interior also add to the appeal of the G-Class. Touches include a new three-spoke steering wheel with red contrast stitching, design seat belts in red, and upholstery available in black leather or design leather Nappa, also in black. Mercedes also fits AMG floor mats.

Pricing details have yet to be announced but the AMG Line is expected to hit the market in the not too distant future, acting as the perfect solution for customers looking at purchasing a premium and sporty G-Class.

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  • Six_Tymes

    needed. these details really help

  • fabri99

    It feels fresh, good job.

  • salamOOn

    i still dont like those headlights….. looks a little bit dull…..

    • Andrewthecarguy

      I think the entire thing looks dull, and if this is the AMG look then it is worse off. The previous AMG look started an entire industry of converting your regular G to an AMG clone. 1 of 3 used G wagens have been upgraded to look like the AMG. Why would I want to take the regular new one to look like this AMG? There is little to no visual distinction.

      Hopefully the G63/5 look far more in your face.

  • PK

    it’s an amg and you want a cluster and a screen to look like that? that’s not appropriate.

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