The G-Class "Paul Bocuse" is the new ultra-luxurious all-rounder to have. In very limited edition, this exclusive series reserves many surprises and pays tribute to the demand of a great man, Paul Bocuse.
Already 35 years ago, Paul Bocuse fell in love for the Mercedes-Benz G-Class before becoming its Ambassador. Since then, the Chef has won its three stars and has placed the notion of sharing at the heart of its priorities. Thus, he trained hundreds of chefs, developed the Ecully Institute in which students from all over the world learn the basics of traditional French cuisine, founded a foundation and Le Bocuse d'Or, an international cuisine contest .
Since their meeting, Paul Bocuse and the G-Class, two stars in their respective fields, have never ceased to amaze the amateurs of excellence and prestige. To celebrate the Chef's 90th birthday and his loyalty to the Mercedes-Benz G-Class, the Lyon subsidiary of Mercedes-Benz launches an exclusive series produced in seven copies, the G-Class "Paul Bocuse".
A reference in the universe of all-terrain, this model with a robust silhouette, seizes the favorite universes of "Monsieur Paul": the voyage and the hunt. To faithfully reflect the world of the starred chef on this exclusive series of Class G "Paul Bocuse", Jérôme Bocuse recounts "I associated my father at all the key stages of the project. He wanted a trunk for the picnic and provided us with the specifications for the hunting pack which is one of our common passions since forever.
In this Mercedes-Benz G-Class "Paul Bocuse" covered with a black mocha metallic paint on which the exclusive Paul Bocuse and Mercedes-Benz logos were affixed to the front and rear wings of the vehicle, Future buyers will discover a range of leather accessories and luggage designed in collaboration with Alexandre Mareuil. Bag Polochon, bag Square, covers, picnic trunk will accompany the hunting pack, sold optionally with a rifle sleeve, a cartridge belt, a leash and a dog collar as well as two tripods.
Manufactured in the factory in Graz in Austria, this all-terrain built with a rigor identical to that of a dish of high gastronomy will be produced in 7 copies. If you are wondering why this figure, Frédéric Blanc gives the answer by saying "7 as the lucky number of Mr. Paul".