The G-Class enters 2021 the same as it enters every model year: as the king of the Mercedes mountain. Forget the S-Class and its classy extravagance; the big, boxy G is the pinnacle of ostentatious excess. It's dramatic appearance arguably makes a louder statement than even the Rolls Royce and Bentley SUVs.
The G-Class was last redesigned in 2019, making it a newborn compared to the nearly 40 years its predecessor went without any ground-up refreshes. For its second year on the market, Mercedes makes the 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster standard on all models; G63 models now get standard wireless device charging.
Personalization will reach new heights this year thanks to an expanded color palette of 34 exterior colors and 54 interior colors, available through the new G Manufaktur customization package. All told, Mercedes says there can be over one million individual combinations of G-Class.