Mercedes-Benz India will be launching their flagship SUV, the GLS in India. Also dubbed as the S-Class of SUVs by the German automobile manufacturer. While the exterior design changes have made it look sharper than before, there are a host of updates in the cabin and the features list. However, the most important update is under the hood as the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS gets cleaner and more powerful engines. More on that, in our LIVE launch updates.
A quick look at the new engines that are being offered in the SUV.
The MercedesME application to offer a host of options like Geo tagging, real time traffic, vehicle finder, sunroof operation that will also receive over the air updates. Will be rolled out for all Mercedes-Benz cars in India for free.
The all-new GLS will be offered in two variants - the GLS 450 petrol and a GLS 400d diesel. Powered by BSVI compliant new 3-litre six-cylinder engines.
With a touch of a button, you can increase and decrease the height of the GLS by 60mm.
What are the new features? - There's MBUX for front and rear occupants with an android tablet that offers a host of applications for comfort and convenience.
Have tons to carry? The new GLS comes with a luggage volume of 2,400L and has 11 USB ports along with two wireless chargers for all occupants.
Here are the exact numbers of increase in dimension done on the new-gen GLS.
In addition to the smarter design, the GLS has also grown in dimensions which made it wider and longer than its predecessor.
The company has sold close to 37,000 units in the country.
Here's a quick look at the Mercedes-Benz India plans for the year 2020.
10 year loan, 3 months EMI holiday and 6 months minimal EMIs are some of the new plans being offered by Mercedes-Benz to encourage new car sales in India.
It gets an updated design which makes it look smarter than its predecessor. And the changes are not just limited to outside, as the cabin too gets a tweak with additional features
The flagship SUV from Mercedes-Benz has gone through a serious revision not just outside but in the cabin as well
Mercedes-Benz India will be launching the 2020 GLS today