Revealing The All-New Mercedes-Benz G 580 With EQ Technology: A Fusion Of Tradition And Innovation

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Revealing The All-New Mercedes-Benz G 580 With EQ Technology: A Fusion Of Tradition And Innovation
Revealing The All-New Mercedes-Benz G 580 With EQ Technology: A Fusion Of Tradition And Innovation

Mercedes-Benz introduces the groundbreaking G 580 with EQ Technology, marking the electrification of its iconic G-Class with uncompromising off-road capabilities. This all-electric variant combines legendary design language with innovative drive technology, ushering in a new era of off-road exploration and adventure.

Retaining the signature angular silhouette and iconic elements of the G-Class, the all-new electric model embraces tradition while integrating cutting-edge electric drive technology. It features a high-voltage lithium-ion battery with a usable capacity of 116 kWh, delivering a range of up to 473 kilometers according to WLTP standards.

The Interior, Steering, Dashboard, And Central Console Of The All-New 2025 Mercedes Electric G-Wagen (Credits Mercedes-Benz Media)
The Interior, Steering, Dashboard, And Central Console Of The All-New 2025 Mercedes Electric G-Wagen (Credits: Mercedes-Benz Media)

Markus Schäfer, a Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Group AG and Chief Technology Officer, emphasizes the vehicle’s evolution: “The innovative drive concept with four individually controlled electric motors raises the legendary performance of our off-road icon to a new level while retaining its familiar angular silhouette and character.”

With a total output of 432 kW from four individually controlled electric motors, the G 580 with EQ Technology sets new off-road standards. It introduces exclusive functions such as G-TURN, enabling precise maneuvering on loose surfaces, and G-STEERING, reducing the turning circle when driving off-road. The three-speed intelligent off-road crawl function ensures optimal propulsion while navigating challenging terrain.

Maintaining the G-Class’s renowned off-road capabilities, the electric variant boasts a gradability of up to 100% and remains stable on sideways slopes of up to 35 degrees. With a maximum fording depth of 850 millimeters, it outperforms its conventionally powered counterparts.

Intelligent torque vectoring virtually replicates conventional differential locks, while the G-ROAR feature offers a unique driving sound experience. Visually, the all-new G 580 with EQ Technology retains the timeless design cues of its predecessors, with subtle enhancements for an electric era. Optional features include a black-panel radiator grille and optimized aerodynamic elements.

The Rear Profile Of The All-New 2025 Mercedes Electric G-Wagen (Credits Mercedes-Benz Media)
The Rear Profile Of The All-New 2025 Mercedes Electric G-Wagen (Credits: Mercedes-Benz Media)

Inside, the G 580 offers extensive standard equipment, including the MBUX infotainment system, ambient lighting, and a multifunction steering wheel in Nappa leather. Optional extras such as KEYLESS-GO and the Burmester® 3D surround sound system enhance the luxury experience.

The all-new Mercedes-Benz G 580 with EQ Technology starts at 142,621.50 euros, with prices for the limited-edition EDITION ONE beginning at 192,524.15 euros. This groundbreaking model embodies the brand’s commitment to innovation and sets a new benchmark for electric off-road vehicles.

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