Matchbox unveils limited edition Mercedes-Benz G 580

Matchbox, and their parent brand Mattel, have announced the launch of a limited edition Mercedes-Benz G 580 with EQ Technology die-cast car. The 1:64th scale replica comes in a beautiful MANUFAKTUR South Seas Blue Magno, with a slick black interior.

The model highlights the brand’s sustainability goals and initiatives, launching as part of its new Moving Parts collection, and featuring 99.5 per cent recycled metal and a minimum of 81 per cent ISCC-certified plastic.

The Matchbox Mercedes-Benz G-Class is a nod to the electrification of the full sized, real life vehicle, and the die-cast car expands on the brand’s Driving Toward a Better Future campaign, introduced in 2022.

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This initiative champions greener play experiences by integrating electric vehicles into its product range, aligning with its goal to achieve 100 per cent recycled, recyclable, or bio-based plastics in both toys and packaging by 2030.

“We’re thrilled to be celebrating an iconic brand like Mercedes-Benz, which has continued to break boundaries in the electric vehicle space culminating in this momentous release of the first Mercedes-Benz electric G-Class,” Mattel global head of vehicles Roberto Stanichi said.

“We can’t think of a better way to mark the occasion than with the exclusive Matchbox die-cast release.”

Mercedes-Benz G CEO and head of off-road vehicles Michael Knöller described the addition of its iconic SUV to the Matchbox cars range as an opportunity for collectors to embrace the G 580.

“We are convinced that it will find its way to many enthusiasts — even outside the G-Fans community.”

The Matchbox Mercedes-Benz electric G-Class model is available now in limited quantities exclusively at Mattel Creations for $52 AUD, and will join the Moving Parts collection in October.

Matchbox is updating its Moving Parts series with new cars and significant sustainable materials, including recycled zinc materials, plastic-free packaging, and a compostable inner tray.

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