2020 Mercedes GLS Review // Family approved
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 Published On Jan 26, 2020

The all-new Mercedes-Benz GLS is built on the same platform as the GLE, which debuted last year. This new Mercedes GLS, 6 or 7-passenger utility has a 60mm longer wheelbase, making more rear seat legroom. In fact, the rear legroom has improved by 3.4-inches and the goal was to able to have adults up to 6 feet 4-inches be able to sit in the second or third row. This all-new Mercedes GLS is out just as the new BMW X7 arrives. Both the Mercedes GLS 7-passenger SUV and the new BMW X7 have an in-line 6-cylinder and an available turbocharged V8 engine. The Mercedes GLS has electric torque added at launch for a more immediate launch under power. This makes the Mercedes GLS 450 a satisfying utility to drive. Also celebrating its world premiere in the GLS is a new engine: the GLS 580 4MATIC will have an electrified V8 engine featuring EQ Boost - a 48-volt onboard electrical system with an integrated starter generator. The GLS 450 4MATIC will feature a 3.0-litre inline-6 turbo engine with EQ Boost.GLS 580 4MATIC will mark the world premiere of a new, electrified V8 gasoline engine with 48-volt on-board electrical system and integrated starter generator. It has an output of 483 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque, with a further 184 lb-ft of torque and 21 hp available via EQ Boost over short periods. The
all-new Mercedes GLS has the latest Mercedes-Benz MBUX interface for infotainment.

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