Dubbed simply ‘Edition 35’, the birthday models bring a bag full of special exterior and interior colour options, along with several AMG goodies.
Three colour choices are offered for the exterior, as customers can choose between Designo Mystic White, Obsidian Black or Palladium Silver paint finishes.
These colours are matched with front and rear bumpers, roof, exterior mirrors and 18-inch alloy wheels - all finished in gloss black.
The choices continue on the inside, where the Edition 35 offers a two-tone Designo Porcelain and black leather option, or Designo Black on its own, finished with red contrasting stitching.
There’s also a leather trimmed dash, chrome accents and an AMG steering wheel.
AMG features can also be found on the exterior, including a chrome-trimmed grille and spare wheel cover, flared wheel arches and a sports exhaust on the G 500 model.
Otherwise, the Edition 35 largely resembles a ‘regular’ G-Class, staying true to the rugged, go-anywhere persona that has earned the model a cult following the world over.
As part of the celebrations, Benz has added a 1988 G-Class with 850,000km on the odometer to its museum in Stuttgart, which the owner says has visited 215 countries over 26 years.
Pricing for the 2014 Mercedes-Benz G-Class Edition 35 in Germany starts from €101,030 (AU$146,040) for the G 350 BlueTEC, and €112,812 (AU$163,071) for the G 500 with V8 engine.
Local availability is yet to be confirmed. TMR has contacted Mercedes-Benz Australia for details.