Despite the fact that the Mercedes-Benz G-class, which was renovated down to the smallest bolt in 2018, is always a five-door, unlike its predecessor, the angular off-roader cannot be accused of a lack of versions and versions. The G-class is available with various petrol and diesel engines, exists as a rugged 4×4² and there is of course another fierce AMG variant with a 585 hp 4.0 V8 with two turbos. But it doesn’t stop there. There will be an electric version. The Concept EQG from 2021. The fact that there will be an electric Mercedes-Benz G-class is actually no surprise. In 2021, Mercedes-Benz already looked ahead to an electric G-class with EQ naming with the Concept EQG, but it has remained silent for a long time about its final production version. This set of photos shows the production-ready Mercedes-Benz EQG in test gear, proving that Mercedes hasn’t forgotten about the electric off-roader. The photographed test sample with the blue-black print has a fairly boarded-up grille, bumper work that differs from that of the existing G’s. In contrast to the Concept EQG, the two photographed test models simply have a round housing for the spare wheel on the back. The blue-black copy is already on special wheels that should undoubtedly contribute to making the way in which the electric G-class cuts through the wind less inefficient. Count on a powertrain consisting of four electric motors. The arrival of the electric Mercedes-Benz EQG may coincide with the presentation of the facelifted G-class.