2024 Mercedes-Benz GLS facelift – New Face, New Features and More Power. The 2024 Mercedes-Benz GLS-class looks a little different than the previous model year. The large luxury SUV also adds some fresh features inside and out. It’s all part of a mid-cycle refresh that should keep the biggest Benz competitive with alternatives such as the BMW X7 and the Land Rover Range Rover—both of which have recently been revamped.
The Mercedes GLS family includes myriad models. There’s the Benz-branded GLS450 and GLS580. There’s also the high-performance Mercedes-AMG GLS63 and the ultra-luxurious Mercedes-Maybach GLS600. All of them receive mildly revised styling, with the Benz model’s larger grille being the most notable.
All 2024 models add a pair of revised taillights with three distinct blocks. There are also new paint colors—Twilight Blue Metallic and MANUFAKTUR Alpine Grey—and the GLS63 and GLS600 both are now available with forged 23-inch wheels. The GLS63, in particular, now has red-painted brake calipers.
Inside, Mercedes supplies customers with new leather options, from Catalana Beige and Bahia Brown/Black to Crystal White and Silver Gray Pearl as well as Mahogany Brown and Macchiato Beige. There are additional interior trim choices too, including glossy Brown Linden Wood and MANUFAKTUR Piano Lacquer Flowing Lines. Previously, the latter was only available on the extra-expensive Maybach model.
The GLS lineup gets new steering wheels with touch controls on the spokes. The mid-cycle refresh also brings the latest version of the Mercedes MBUX infotainment system, featuring new display designs (the AMG has some unique layouts).
Each trim also has some newly standard features. For example, every GLS63 now comes with automatic high-beams, heated and ventilated front seats, a panoramic sunroof, and a performance exhaust.
While the AMG and Maybach models don’t receive any powertrain changes, the GLS450 and GLS580 do. The former sees output rise from 362 to 375 horsepower and the latter sees an increase from 483 to 510 ponies. The AMG has revisions to its air suspension and its anti-roll system, with Mercedes saying a software update and other tweaks are intended to increase the gap between comfortable and sporty dynamics.
The GLS580 can now be equipped with the Off-Road Engineering package. This kit brings underbody protection and a revised air suspension, which can raise the ride an additional 1.2 inches for better ground clearance.
The 2024 Mercedes-Benz GLS-class will reach U.S. dealerships sometime later this year. While we don’t yet have pricing details, we expect the entry-level GLS450 to start around $85,000 and the AMG GLS63 and Maybach GLS600 to start around $150K and $175K, respectively.
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