Eurosatory 2024.

The G-Class at Eurosatory in Paris.

Emergency forces whose task is to protect, rescue and secure can rely on the G-Class. Visitors to Eurosatory in Paris can see this for themselves directly on the vehicle. Mercedes-Benz experts use exciting exhibits to provide information 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 electrical system.

Powerful performance.

Four core competencies make up the successful concept of the G-Class: Off-road Performance, Reliability, Usability and Heritage. At the trade fair, experienced experts explained which further developments in these areas can be found in and on the vehicle.


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The exhibits.

Station wagon with increased permissible gross vehicle weight.

The first highlight on the Mercedes-Benz stand is a heavy-load variant of the well-known G 350 d station wagon. It has a permissible gross vehicle weight of 4.5 tonnes and offers a payload of well over 1.0 tonne.

One base, many options: chassis for third-party bodies.

The chassis for third-party bodies provides the brand’s strategic partners with a basis offering high payload and towing capacity. Depending on the weight of the respective cab, the chassis enables payload transportation of up to 2.0 tonnes and has the capacity to tow a 3.5-tonne trailer.

Station Wagon with protection against electromagnetic interference and engine emergency operating mode.

The G 350 d series 464 station wagon with four seats and an enclosed five-door body is an impressive focal point on the Mercedes-Benz stand. The tough off-roader is fully equipped in all respects for operation on the most extreme emergency and security missions. It pairs exceptional off-road ability and robustness with on-road comfort and performance.

A close look: Vehicle details convince trade visitors.


Venue Paris.

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.