The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class arrives on the full-size luxury SUV scene and dominates it straight away. Not only does it embody the traditional Mercedes-Benz values of luxury, ingenious engineering and painstaking attention to detail, it also brings fresh technology into the engine bay, chassis and infotainment system.
A mild hybrid system optimizes power delivery and fuel efficiency, an optional hydro-pneumatic suspension adds uncanny levels of control and ride quality, and a new generation of infotainment system comes on board as well.
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