The 2024 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class, the largest Mercedes SUV, is very subtly refreshed. The new model year brings some styling tweaks and some new feature changes.
The main exterior change is the front fascia. The front grille is even more prominent than before, appearing larger than the normal model and packed with extra slats. The lower part of the bumper is also slightly processed. The only real change behind is the new taillights. And of course, Maybach and his AMG variants have their own grille inserts and other model-specific exterior cues. Also new are Twilight Blue and Alpine Grey.
Inside, the infotainment system has been updated to the latest MBUX version, and the steering wheel has been changed with touch-sensitive buttons. Several new interior color schemes are available with different options depending on the model. But they are all different shades of brown and white.
The Mercedes-AMG GLS 63 has a number of additional standard features for the 2024 model year. It features a panoramic sunroof, heated and ventilated seats, adaptive high beam headlights, adjustable exhaust, Burmester sound system, blind spot monitoring and surround view cameras. As for the Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600, it gets a new 23-inch wheel option, and it and the regular GLS models get a few extra USB ports.
The 2024 GLS class will be available later this year. No pricing has been announced, but it should be coming soon. It may not change much. The current base GLS class starts at just over $82,000.