Based on the Mercedes-Benz G Wagon

Armoured in accordance to certified level B6 CEN pr EN 1063 / EN 1522 / 1523. Also available in level B7 and STANAG level II.

The Mercedes-Benz G Wagon is a representative rugged SUV. This particular armoured 4 x 4 SUV vehicle lends itself to a wide variety of tasks. Although designed to be a durable, reliable and rugged off-roader, the G Wagon is also seen as a state of the art luxury utility vehicle.

Armoured G-Wagon characteristics

  • impressive representative vehicle
  • wide choice of base units with numerous base unit configurations to choose from
  • comparative high cost of initial base unit
  • not simple purchase with spare parts and technical support when operation in a region whereby the infrastructure is no longer in tact (rugged military type model is specially made to order)
  • interior upholstery completely replaced and fitted out with a high quality durable grey / black / beige fitting
  • standardly armoured with NO inner doors or dividing walls

Dimensions & Weights (G500)

5.228 mm
1.936 mm
1.760 mm
2.850 mm
3.580 kg
Gross vehicle weight
4.000 kg
420 kg

Included Standard Security Equipment

  • Alarm siren x3 tone
  • All round heavy duty upgraded compensated breaking system
  • Anti-explosion exhaust insert
  • Back door configuration manual/ electronic
  • Battery additional vehicle support (Back up)
  • Battery armour protection x2
  • Batteries isolator switch
  • Door restraints
  • Engine fire suppressant system
  • Exclusive ballistic approved TÜV / MOT rims
  • Hinges reinforced
  • Intercom system
  • Protected fuel tank(s)
  • Protected vehicle management system (black box)
  • Run-Flat tyre system x5
  • Rear cargo windows (optional)
  • Side wing full length engine compartment armour
  • Suspension system front & back upgraded and specially designed
  • Tail lights / interior "Kill switch"

Wide choice of extras upon request.

The project is supported by the Ministry for Economic Affairs, Labour and Energy of the Federal State of Brandenburg (MWAE) from funds of the European Social Fund (ESF) and the Federal State of Brandenburg. Read more