1979 Mercedes-Benz G-Class encased in a 40-ton resin cube

06/13/2018 Same topic: Highlights of the week
The so-called Amber Cuba to gain its current shape had to undergo a working process of 90 days. It is estimated they added 3 centimeters each day to complete the cube in the due time.

Though the latest Mercedes-Benz G-Class was just uncovered in January this year, it is safe to say that the 1979 model is still lingering in SUV fans' minds and will definitely stay there for even more time forwards.

The car maker now even boost peoples’ gusto with a promotional act which no other auto manufacturer ever thinks of: Encasing a 1979 Mercedes-Benz G-Class in a 45-ton resin cube.

1979 Mercedes-Benz G-Class resin-encased in cube shape

The car maker encased a 1979 Mercedes-Benz G-Class in 45 tons of resin forming inside a cube

This marvel later was shipped all the way from Germany to the North American International Auto Show (an estimated 4,000 miles) and located at the entrance of Cobo Hall.

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The sculpture has a length of 18 feet and a height of 10 feet. The so-called Amber Cuba to gain its current shape had to undergo a working process of 90 days. It is estimated they added 3 centimeters each day to complete the cube in the due time.

Mercedes-Benz explained about the idea as a symbol of eternal sunshine of the off-road legend while illustrating a phenomenon of nature as an insect preserved in amber.

1979 Mercedes-Benz G-Class resin-encased in cube shape

Mercedes-Benz explained about the idea as a symbol of eternal sunshine of the off-road legend

Speaking of the latest Mercedes-Benz G-Class, it is expected to have a roomier cabin as well as interior space while breathing the iconic old-school air.

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