Interior layout

Mercedes-Benz GLS review

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Mercedes-Benz GLS
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21 Dec 2015 09:48 | Last updated: 21 Aug 2018 13:00

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Interior layout

The interior layout, fit and finish

The driver benefits from an electrically adjustable seat and steering wheel to ensure a huge range of possible positions. Visibility is good all-around, helped by a standard 360-degree camera.

The GLS features Mercedes’ latest infotainment and interior materials, which is mostly a good thing. The new 8.0in screen and digital instrument cluster readout is much sharper than before and more easily navigated using a solid, metallic rotary dial and new multifunction steering wheel.

Most of the dash and door materials look and feel high-quality, too, such as the stitched-leather dash and wood trims, but some of the switchgear plastics and the odd sharp edge let the side down.

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