Mercedes GLS review

Category: Luxury SUV

Section: Interior

2021 Mercedes GLS dashboard
  • Mercedes GLS 2021 front tracking
  • Mercedes GLS 2021 rear tracking
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS dashboard
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS third row seats
  • Mercedes GLS 2021 instruments detail
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS infotainment screen
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS infotainment touchpad
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS front seats
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS second-row seats
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS boot
  • Mercedes GLS 2021 left panning
  • Mercedes GLS 2021 left panning
  • Mercedes GLS 2021 front tracking
  • Mercedes GLS 2021 rear tracking
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS dashboard
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS third row seats
  • Mercedes GLS 2021 instruments detail
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS infotainment screen
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS infotainment touchpad
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS front seats
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS second-row seats
  • 2021 Mercedes GLS boot
  • Mercedes GLS 2021 left panning
  • Mercedes GLS 2021 left panning
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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

You sit very high in the Mercedes GLS, giving you a great view of the road ahead. Plus, the driver’s seat electrically adjusts every which way to help you get comfortable, and a standard 360-degree camera makes the GLS easier to manoeuvre in tight spaces than you’d expect.

On top of all this, the interior has more of a wow factor than the BMW X7’s, thanks to two 12.3in glass-fronted screens that sit side-by-side to create a panoramic effect, as well as swanky ambient lighting in a choice of 64 colours.