Meet the G-Class at Eurosatory in Paris.
Emergency forces whose task is to protect, rescue and secure can rely on the G-Class. Directly on the vehicle, we will inform you at Eurosatory about the performance data of the new model and useful special equipment for use in emergency situations - such as the Emergency Override System and the 24 V on-board network.
A powerful performance is in the G-Class' genes. The off-road vehicle for Rescue and Special Operations will also be demonstrating this at this year's Eurosatory. For the first time since its world premiere in autumn 2021, the new 464 series will be presented to the public.
Four core competencies make up the successful concept of the G-Class: Off-road Performance, Reliability, Usability and Heritage. At the exhibition, experienced experts will explain which further developments in these areas can be found in and on the vehicle.
Mercedes-Benz G 350 d Station Wagon.
The G 350 d Station Wagon forms the basis of the G-Class product portfolio for Rescue and Special Operations. With its payload of at least 1 t, the model is the benchmark for this area of application. A new, powerful engine and the redesigned interior make the Station Wagon an indispensable generalist.
Mercedes-Benz G 350 d Chassis Cab with ambulance box body.
An endurance expert for long ranges is the G 350 d Chassis Cab, which will be shown at Eurosatory with an ambulance box body. The Test & Trial vehicle is provided by a Scandinavian Mercedes-Benz partner. In order to be able to meet the customer-specific requirements, the standard vehicle cab was shortened by approx. 180 mm. This provides more space in the rear for the ambulance box body to integrate all medical components.
Mercedes-Benz G 350 d Chassis Cab with box body.
In addition to vehicle power, our G 350 d Chassis Cab also provides sufficient manpower in the field. Up to eight people (including the driver) and their equipment can be accommodated in this G-Class with box body. This opens up a wide range of possible applications.
The leading international exhibition for security and defence on land and in the air takes place every two years. Exhibitors, visitors and journalists come together in Paris to get to know new equipment and systems. A total of 81,300 m2 of exhibition and demonstration space is available for this purpose. And that goes down well. As a technological showcase, the event recently attracted 57,000 visitors.
13–17 June 2022
Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center
ZAC Paris Nord 2, 93420 Villepinte
RER B – Parc des Expositions