In India, presented an analogue of the Mercedes G-ClassAugust 24, 2020
The new Mercedes-Benz G-Class looks very modern. Maybe a once-hardcore SUV fit for overcoming a fierce SUV has received new looks and comfort systems. And for someone it is simply indecently expensive.
Especially for those who want a brutal SUV with a “square” appearance Gelandewagen, a company from India has developed Force Gurkha. This isn’t some crazy million dollar G-Wagen restomod. The model is offered with several engine options, including a 2.2-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder diesel that develops 140 hp. and 320 Nm of torque, and a 2.6-liter engine with 85 hp. and 230 Nm. Yes, the larger engine is less powerful because it does not need to be aspirated.
In fact, both diesel engines are licensed by Mercedes-Benz and manufactured in India through an ongoing business relationship for over 40 years.
The equipment of the model includes a conventional transfer case. The car is equipped with coil springs, is designed for 9 people, the ground clearance is 21 cm, the approach angle is 44 degrees and the exit angle is 40 degrees. By comparison, the current G-Class has a 31-degree approach angle and a 30-degree exit angle.
Perhaps the best thing about Force Gurkha is the price. The most expensive modification is estimated at 1.33 million Indian rupees.
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