This is how a G-class with an Audi front design may look. In light of the vehicle's general practical style, the Audi design appears a little too futuristic. The headlights are well-integrated into the fascia, whereas the grille has to be replaced with something with a Q in it.
While Audi and Mercedes now compete in almost every crossover and SUV category, the Gelandewagen has stayed unique. And it doesn't appear like anyone is planning to threaten its reign, mainly because its form and usage have remained substantially intact through the decades.
To be more specific, the G-Class has become a global emblem of luxury and power. The pixel shenanigan currently gracing our screens was proposed by photographer Saleh Abdullah in Dubai, where is the world's greatest G-Wagen density of population.
The "1" plate, in reality, isn't only about money. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and ruler of the Emirate of Dubai, is the owner of this property. Yes, this is fitted on a white G 63 in reality.