Here is The New Luxury 2020 Mercedes-Maybach GLS. Mercedes lays out not only an AMG version of the New GLS, but also offers for the first time the luxury SUV in the Maybach trim. We have now caught a first prototype that has been heavily camouflaged.
At the Bejing Motor Show in early 2018, Maybach’s Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury provided a first look at the design of the high-end SUV. Mercedes called the model an “SUV sedan”, which was seen at the show with a stub-tail.
2020 Mercedes-Maybach GLS Design
The Maybach GLS remains true to the typical SUV body shape and compared to the GLS prototype also largely the same size. Nevertheless, the model offers its rear passenger’s significantly more comfort and space, although the rear doors also do not grow. The extra space is created by the elimination of the third row of seats. Accordingly, expect in the interior Executive single seats with the reclining function of leather rear passengers.
Add to that, rear-seat infotainment screens, wood inlays and LED ambiance light. Maybach logos can be found in the leather-covered center console, among other things. The driver takes a leather steering wheel in his hands and looks at the standard digital cockpit and touch display for the infotainment and assistance control. In addition, Maybach offers a variety of ways to customize his GLS-Maybach.
2020 Mercedes-Maybach GLS V8 Powerful Engine
At the front of the Maybach GLS is very well recognized as a new model. New daytime running lights and turn signals flank the huge grill with filigree vertical struts. A two-tone livery will also be on display, like big 20 inch wheels. For the comfort of driving Mercedes revised the Magic Body Control suspension.
Under the bonnet comes in all probability, from the Mercedes S 560 known 4.0-liter V8 engine with 469 hp used. The unit should certainly do a little more and is also coupled with a nine-speed automatic transmission. Also, the hybrid version of the S 560 e with the three-liter V6 is quite conceivable. Wondering if the prestigious V12 will enter the luxury SUV.
The 2020 Mercedes-Maybach GLS, like its civilian brothers in the US plant in Tuscaloosa, rolls off the line. If he comes to the market at the end of 2019 – the GLS already celebrates its premiere at the LA Auto Show – then he should not be under 150,000 euros in the price list. As a competitor, he then takes the BMW X7 or the Bentley Bentayga on the grain