After 34 years of production Mercedes-Benz has restyled the legendary G-Class once again securing the 2013 G550 status in a class of it’s own. 

Defined by it’s military, boxy, brawny, tough, capable, and good looks, the G-Class has been the off-roader since it was first introduced in 1979. Known for its practicality as the G-wagon, the 2013 G550 is all about luxury, and it is the most expensive SUV on the market today. If you got the dough, this may be your best bet.

The new G-Class got many significant updates from the inside out; a new gauge cluster that includes a vivid TFT color display between two round dials, a tablet-style display for the standard Command system which dominates the center console, merging navigation, entertainment, connectivity functions, a safety Blind Spot Assist, Distronic adaptive cruise control, and a parking aid feature called Parktronic, all included as standard features. 

The external modifications include LED daytime running lights and new exterior mirrors. The AMG version features a new AMG radiator griller with double louvers, and a distinctive new bumper with large air intakes. There is an optional add-on of red brake calipers and 20-inch wheels that has never before been offered before.

The G550 comes with 382-hp, 391 ft lbs of torque, 5.5-liter V-8 and seven-speed automatic. The 2013 G550 gives up none of its all-conquering off-road capability. Retaining a full complement of off-road gear including locking differentials, low-range transfer case, and a revised stability control that enables the G550 to enhance a trailer stability and functionality.

If money is not an issue, than the 2013 G550 can be yours for only $118,155.00. For more information visit www.mbusa.com.