The 2018 Mercedes G-Class has been noticed cold weather testing in Austria ahead of its highly anticipated debut.
Apparently, the rugged SUV shares the same widened track with earlier development vehicles with the fitment of extended wheel arches, and also slight cosmetic tweaks to its front.
Meanwhile, it has been confirmed that the 2018 Mercedes-Benz G-Class will preserve a V8 in the range, though the powerplant of the latest development vehicle is obscure.
Just like all previous generations of the G-Class, the new vehicle will come with the same basic retro body, which is mounted on a frame chassis, featuring a live rear axle. The enlarged width of spotted development vehicles drops a hint that the new car could be widened to ensure more cabin space.
In addition to the increase in room, there will be also an updated interior, not to mention the car maker’s fresh infotainment system.
The updated G-Class is supposed to be officially showcased later in 2017, most probably in September at the Frankfurt motor show, before going on sale next year.