Project Mondo G based on Mercedes G Class

In a jaw-dropping reveal, Mercedes has caught the world’s attention with their audacious one-off G-Class vehicle. The off-roader has been dramatically altered to include design elements that draw inspiration from the famed Moncler puffer jacket. As part of this year’s London Fashion Week, the Milan-based luxury fashion design house collaborated with the three-pointed star on this project, resulting in an extravagant machine that boasts an undeniable “claim to luxury” through its striking reflective surfaces and gargantuan zipper.

While officially classified as an art piece in Moncler’s “The Art of Genius” exhibit, it’s hard to deny that the Project Mondo G would be the perfect match for the Michelin Man. However, a closer look reveals that this one-of-a-kind machine is based on a three-door G-Class that Mercedes doesn’t even sell. In fact, the vehicle’s total length measures only 4.6 meters (181.1 inches), making it shorter than the production model.

Despite this, the fitting of the epic proportions of the wheels has resulted in an impressive width of 3.4 meters (nearly 134 inches). The modified G-Class now stands 2.8 meters (about 110 inches) tall and weighs in at a hefty 2,500 kilograms (5,511 pounds), making it heavier than the regular model despite having a shorter body. Mercedes insists that the visible signs of patina on the boxy SUV highlight its durability and versatility.

It’s clear that Mercedes has pushed the boundaries of traditional design with the creation of the Project Mondo G, and it’s an innovative addition to Moncler’s “The Art of Genius” exhibit. However, it’s important to note that this machine is a one-of-a-kind creation that is not intended for production or sale. Nonetheless, it’s hard not to admire the boldness and creativity of this unconventional off-roader.

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