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Production began the following April The light alloy wheels and extendable side running boards are chrome plated
Most of the police versions are armored 463 models The first wooden model was presented to Daimler-Benz management in 1973, with the first drivable prototype beginning various testing including German coalfields, the Sahara Desert, and the Arctic Circle in 1974

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The new G 65 AMG was introduced at the same time as the G 63 AMG, making the G 65 AMG the third passenger SUV to have a V12 engine with built from 1986 to 1993 being the first one.

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In addition, the redesign led to an improved manufacturing process which increased structural rigidity
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From 2014, the Steyr Daimler Puch 230 GE is going to be gradually replaced by the Mercedes-Benz G 300 CDI 4x4 hardtop version, starting with a first series of 3,200 vehicles
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A few 300 GE's have also been used — mainly by the Danish army
Externally, the G-Class received the same horizontal bars of LED daytime running lamps underneath the headlamps and the new external side rear-view mirrors as the GL-Class and ML-Class models Brabus increased the engine displacement of the 2
Towards the end of the first-generation model run the W463 had the highest number of paint colour options at 22, including the bright and intense colours of the Crazy Color Edition Buenos Aires, Argentina: 1884 Círculo Militar

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The currently uses Puch 300GD model.

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Canberra, Australia: Department of Defence
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The gauges are integrated into one panel rather than a few separate gauges attached to the instrument cluster
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Additionally, the CKD was also assembled at Mercedes-Benz's Aksaray plant in
The interior was significantly updated with wood trim and leather upholstery for the first time More than 1,300 have been put in service
In 1994, the Geländewagen was renamed as the G-Class when model names were revised to reflect the new corporate nomenclature As part of Mercedes-Benz's attempt to demonstrate the off-road capability of the G-Class SUV, seven G-Class vehicles took a journey from in Western Australia to

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The operates approximately 200 formerly Dutch GD vehicles since delivery in 2016.

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This farewell special is distinguished by body-coloured AMG flared wheel arches with 5-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels, carbon optics stripes, an AMG radiator grille, 18-inch alloys, extra chrome trims inside and outside, black leather interior offset by walnut burr veneers and ambient lighting
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The rear end of the G 650 Landaulet was built from the rear part of the W463 cabriolet with a folding fabric roof covering the rear half of the body behind the B-pillar
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The fender flares and front end cooling grille and headlamp bezels were painted in body colour