I recently waxed poetic about the interior of the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class. In short, it’s a class above the rest, simply because of the craftsmanship lessons Mercedes learned from its flagship S-Class. The new GLS-Class SUV doesn’t have an interior like this. Normally that wouldn’t be a big deal – adding “S” to the “GL” name is a marketing move to better tie Merc’s largest SUV to its S-Class sedan. But it’s more than just a letter; “S” adds a whole lot of responsibility in the world of Mercedes-Benz.
Let me be clear: The GLS is a damn good product. It’s supremely luxurious and immensely capable. An while it’s not quite a luxury behemoth worthy of an S-Class name – that’s probably in the works, by the way – it’s still the best thing you can get this side of a ... read more at: https://www.autoblog.com/2015/12/09/2017-mercedes-benz-gls-class-first-drive-review/