German car giant Mercedes-Benz has detailed the specifications of two vehicles which make up its next-generation GL-Class range.
From January 2013, motorists will have the opportunity to give the GL 350 BlueTEC AMG Sport and the GL 63 AMG thrilling test drives.
People who have followed the GL-Class over the years will notice that the new GL 350 is a much more spacious vehicle.
In fact, the car is 21 mm longer and 10 mm taller than its predecessor, while also offering a boot capacity that is 60 litres more than what the outgoing model presented.
Despite the larger load, Mercedes has managed to increase the GL 350 BlueTEC AMG Sport's combined fuel efficiency to 35.3mpg – a 15 per cent jump on the predecessor's specification, while CO2 emissions are now limited to 209g/km.
Meanwhile, the all-new GL 63 AMG presents drivers with a shedload of specification features. For starters, the Active Curve System with AirMATIC and an AMG high-performance braking system look to make road trips a much more pleasing experience.
An AMG Performance steering wheel trimmed in nappa leather with perforated grip areas also gives off a sense of luxury inside the car, as does an exclusive seat design upholstered in leather.
Lexus uncovers new 2014 CT 200h features
Lexus has been busy at international motor shows in recent months, displaying its latest design inno...