Mercedes-Benz is introducing the G-Code concept which represents a small crossover powered by a hydrogen electric hardware setup which enables the vehicle to have an all-wheel drive layout. The vehicle is 317mm shorter, 96mm wider and 6mm taller than the GLA which means it’s 4100mm long, 1900mm wide and 1500mm tall, indicating the company is likely working on a direct adversary for the Audi Q1.
Riding on 21-inch alloy wheels, the Mercedes-Benz G-Code concept has a sleek body with short overhangs and a canopy-style glasshouse. The conventional side mirrors have been replaced with cameras which sit on retractable arms on the A pillars while depending on the driving mode the large front grille is backlit in red, purple or blue.
It has been fitted with coach doors which open up to reveal a minimalistic interior cabin with carbon fiber seats, a massive digital display while below the trunk there are two electric scooters that are being recharged while driving.