The dashboard of the next-generation Mercedes-Benz G-Class has been leaked ahead of its official debut, thanks to Autoweek. As you can see, it incorporates plenty of cues from modern Mercedes-Benz models, while retaining some of the Geländewagen’s utilitarian spirit.

Starting from the left, we see the air-con vents from the C238 E-Class Coupe, with familiar switchgear for the vehicle’s lights below it. Moving on, with find a multi-function steering wheel lifted straight from the newest W222 S-Class, along with a new design for the analogue instrument cluster.

The off-roader’s new widescreen display is a major step up from the relatively small one in the W463, and will likely offer a wider range of functionality as well. Below the display, you’ll find the three switches for controlling the locking differentials have remained almost exactly in the same position as before.

Surrounding them are the new air-con vents and controls for the car’s climate control and infotainment system. Although the centre console isn’t shown here, we can expect further controls for the infotainment system to occupy that area.

As an electronic parking brake is present (on the left), the old handbrake is most likely discarded, but it remains to see if the gear selection method has changed. Meanwhile, on the passenger side, the glove box gets a cleaner design to match the revised dash, while the grab handle has been pushed slightly higher than before. Do you like the new look of the G-Wagen’s interior?

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