What would the Mercedes G-Class look like if it were to continue its off-road domination more than a decade from now? According to Mercedes' Advanced Design Studio, its this: The Ener-G-Force Concept. Looking like something that's better equipped for Martian combat than a trek down the Rubicon, the Ener-G-Force is brutish but is also an exercise in clean energy design. The car features a "hydro-tech converter" which takes recycled water from tanks on the roof and converts it into hydrogen to power the car's fuel cells, giving the car a range of up to 500 miles. Mercedes
The Mercedes G-Class keeps its vintage looks, adds a roomier interior, and gets a more agile ride
The boxy brute gets a major upgrade.