Luxury crossover Mercedes-Maybach GLS will be presented on November 21November 12, 2019
The official presentation of the German crossover will be held in China. The car will receive a starting price tag of $ 200,000
Five years ago, the German concern Daimler introduced the current generation luxury Mercedes-Maybach S-Class sedan – the show was held at a motor show in Guangzhou, China. The same platform will be used at the end of this month to display the Mercedes-Maybach GLS crossover. And yes, you should not think that we are talking about the serial version of the previously shown concept, either a crossover or a Maybach Vision Ultimate Luxury 2018 sedan, which also debuted at the auto show in China.
Mercedes-Maybach GLS will be a luxurious version of the already chic German full-size crossover Mercedes-Benz GLS.
Test prototypes of the novelty were repeatedly seen during the tests – the cars had a minimal amount of camouflage, so we do not think that the final appearance of the production version of the car will be a big discovery for us. It’s much more interesting what will happen in the crossover cabin – there is no doubt that the guys from Mercedes-Maybach will make the crossover interior incredibly chic for a car price of $ 200,000.
Representatives of the brand are in no hurry to disclose details about the new flagship crossover, it was only said that the new product will receive “the most modern technology and exceptional comfort”. The published press release also says that the crossover will offer a lot of space both in the cabin and in the luggage compartment. It is still unknown whether the wheelbase of the crossover was increased, as was the case with the S-class executive sedan and the G-class SUV.
Maybach GLS is expected to go on sale in 2020. Technical specifications must exactly match those of a typical model.
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