Though the G-Class has become more of a luxury vehicle than the utility vehicle it launched as in 1979, the SUV hasn't really caught up to the high-tech interiors of its stablemates. That all changes next year as Mercedes is set to reveal the next-generation G-Class, complete with an overhauled interior.
The instrument panel gets a big redesign with an option to spec the car with dual 12.3" displays or a more traditional analog dash that sandwiches a center display alongside the widescreen central display. You'll also have touch-sensitive Touch Control buttons on the steering wheel, touchpad with rotary wheel, and an optional Burmester 16 speaker sound system and a 590 watt amplifier with Digital Sound Processing.
The new G-Class will be fully revealed next month at the North American International Auto Show and will go on sale in late 2018.