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2013 Mercedes G-Class makes a cameo in GLK picture gallery


Mercedes has just unveiled the 2013 GLK-Class , but it seems that another one of their models was strategically or accidentally placed in the background of one of the shots. A second look at the GLK’s picture gallery revealed a glimpse of what may be the facelift G-Class . Could this mean that an official debut of the new G-Class is also on the horizon, following in the footsteps of the GL-Class reveal next month in New York?

Previous rumors suggested that the new G-Class won’t receive many changes on the exterior - just a new set of LED daytime running lights and some mods to the front end - and this picture shows that those rumors are true. Mercedes will be doing most of their changes on the car’s interior, but that certainly isn’t visible at this time.

Next to the standard G-Class, Mercedes will also be unveiling a new G55 AMG and a G65 AMG . All three models are expected to be unveiled later this year.




11 comments:

I guess it’s okay, but it’s not something to be rivaled with.

They intended or not. It’s still the best shot for me. It’s like a lesson that we should see pictures not a glance, but stare them to see what’s the real intention or description. 

The image is cool. I’m pretty amazed with the style of the image. If you simply take a glance on image, you probably see the old-fashioned car may be vintage on others, but to make it cooler the GLK Class is just on the same image hiding and seeing only the windshield. 

I wonder what’s new in G-Class. I like their style on putting the outdated GL class as a background. 

I don’t know why this caught your attention. Its vintage look is even different.

I wonder how its interior looks like. It should be stylish despite its old-fashioned exterior.

It’s nowhere near novelty. If I’m to be impressed, I’d rather anticipate for its performing specifications.

I think it was intended to be noticed by keen observers. Mercedes is aware of the capabilities of car enthusiasts. See, days later there are already articles indicating its details.

The design is quite outdated, but the built of the figure is heavy-duty; they used quality materials on this one.

In a quick glance, the first thing I noticed about the picture is that it is really outdated for the figure. It would be nicer if they also put the pictures of the interior.

Enthusiasts will never fail to scrutinize every single detail in the pictures. lol. Anyway, the facelift G-Class still looks traditional as ever.

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