If the Mercedes-Benz G-Class isn’t high-end enough for you, Hofele Design thinks it has the answer with its latest project.
Dubbed the Ultimate HG, this comprehensively modified G-Class benefits from a comprehensive series of upgrades that give it a unique appeal. Most notably, it has been equipped with a set of suicide doors at the rear. What’s impressive about these new rear-opening doors is that they don’t look like a cheap aftermarket solution and instead something Mercedes-Benz itself has developed.
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Sticking with the exterior, other modifications include the fitment of huge 23-inch turbine-style wheels. The SUV has also been equipped with a distinctive front bumper and a unique chrome grille with vertical uprights. As with Hofele’s recent Mercedes-Benz GLE project, the Ultimate HG also has a fancy black and silver two-tone paint scheme. Completing the exterior upgrades are roof-mounted LED lights and electric running boards.
As for the interior, Hofele Design has applied luscious white leather throughout, in particular on the seats and across both the dashboard and the center console, making the cabin of the Ultimate HG a really nice place to sit. The real highlight are the heated, cooled, and reclining rear captain’s chairs and the bespoke center console in the second row that incorporates a large touchscreen display.
Hofele Design has also worked its magic on the rear cargo area of the G-Class, fitting new carpet and a gloss black floor with aluminum accents.