SEE ALSO: Ferrari just built a one-off supercar for a very lucky and rich British buyer
The boxy Mercedes-Benz G-Class — known around the world as the G-Wagen — is the chariot of choice for well-heeled SUV buyers.
There's good reason for that: the four-wheel drive luxury truck starts just shy of $120,000 — at least here in the U.S. As such, it's rare to see one being knocked around in the dirt.
Seeing a space for a tougher more back-to-the-basics version of its former military truck, Mercedes has created the G 350 d Professional, a less luxurious but more butch version of the G-Wagen.
And, as you can see in the provided photos, it looks like it enjoys a good off-road excursion now and again.
Underneath its squared-off hood is a diesel-burning V6 engine that produces 245 horsepower.
In making the interior more utilitarian, Mercedes designers took the standard G-Class cabin and simply removed stuff — such as the tablet-like infotainment screen — and then added some rough-and-tumble trim, including rubber floor mats and a hardwood deck in the rear.