Anybody who’s ever owned, driven, or ridden in a G knows The Sound—the inimitable thunk of the doors closing like miniature bank vaults. It’s the chorus of the G-Wagen’s three-part portal symphony, landing between the hammer-cock click of the door unlatching and the bolt-action slam of the locks engaging. The sense of quality instilled by The Sound alone has likely been responsible for millions of dollars worth of sales throughout the Geländewagen’s 45-year history.
But there’s never been a G quite like the new G580—or, to use its formal name, the 2025 Mercedes-Benz G580 With EQ Technology. Because for the first time, the G-Wagen is available without a fossil fuel-burning powerplant under its squared-off hood. 

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