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Hoefele Design makes the Mercedes G-Class rear doors with different opening

Let's hope the rear door closes as well as the factory one.
Hardly any car is as ostentatious as the G-Class or the G-Wagen from Mercedes-Benz, if you will.This is ensured by the striking shape and the transition from practical off-roader to boulevard cruiser. But the German company Hoefele Design managed to make the G-Class more eye-catching by adding "Coach". or "suicide"; back door.
It's called the Ultimate HG and like the low-volume Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition, it replaces the back door. Arrangement of hinges and handles.The company did an excellent job of giving the conversion a factory atmosphere. The same door handles are used, which go well with the front door handles and chrome trim. We hope that the doors will close as tightly as the factory doors. It's also believed that with these doors, access to the rear seats is significantly better, as passengers don't have to open the wheel arches and the doors appear to open at an angle of almost 90 degrees.Höfele certainly didn't stop in front of the door, as you may have noticed.

The Ultimate HG features huge 23-inch turbine wheels that will take you no further than your property's gravel driveway. It features a bespoke front bumper and grille reminiscent of the latest Mercedes-Maybach models, as well as LED marker lights reminiscent of the AMG G-Wagen off-roader. Of course there are also two-tone paintwork and electric running boards.The interior is as rich as the exterior. Highlights are the heated, cooled, massaging and adjustable rear seats.They are divided by a specially designed center console with a touchscreen and wireless phone charging. The entire interior is upholstered in leather and Alcantara. The load compartment is also an eye-catcher with its piano black floor with aluminum accents.Pricing and availability details are not provided on Ultimate HG. We suspect this is a classic case of "if you have to ask, you can't afford it"." But if you can afford it, contacting Hoefele is probably enough to jumpstart the buying and building process.