Hofele has handed the Mercedes-Benz G-Class a comprehensive refinement package that even includes coach doors. The Mercedes-Benz specialist calls the package the "Ultimate HG".

The unique rear doors are a highlight, providing rear passengers improved entry and exit. This is further enhanced by the full-length electrically deployable side steps.

Visual changes to the SUV include a newly designed front grille, headlamp surrounds and front bumper. This is complemented by a set of wider multi-contoured carbon-fibre wheel arches and a collection of chrome trims, plus an roof-mounted light bar. A set of 23-inch Turbine forged alloy wheels is also part of the deal, along with a two-tone Carpathian Grey (by Range Rover) over Crystal Black (by Rolls-Royce) colour scheme.

Various modifications have been made to the cabin to reflect the extravagant exterior. For the upholstery, the standard materials have been swapped out for fine Nappa leather and Alcantara in two shades of grey. These are finished with unique perforation and stitching details.

The rear bench has been replaced with individual VIP seats with multiple adjustments as well as massage, heating and ventilation functions. The latter are controlled via a touchscreen integrated into the bespoke centre console. This also houses a wireless charging pad.

The luggage compartment has likewise been given a significant revision, with the boot floor detailed in piano-black lacquer with aluminium trim.