The 2021 Mercedes Benz GLS63 is a new vehicle arriving after a brief pause when the previous models ended production after the 2019 model year. In 2020, the Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class underwent a full renovation. While this redesign was extensive, it was far from thorough, which is typical of Mercedes. With this new look still fresh, we expect no major changes when the 2021 Mercedes Benz GLS63 arrives, except for the much-anticipated arrival of the Mercedes-Maybach GLS600.

Although the 2021 Mercedes Benz GLS63 starting price is deep into the six-figure realm, we’d still suggest a few options sure to please the whole family. For one thing, the Comfort package is a nice bundle for those in northern climates, as the vehicle has heated door panels, heated armrests, and a heated center console. We’d also suggest the Energizing package which includes the Acoustic Comfort package, and also adds increased cabin separation for a quieter interior. Mercedes-AMG also offers a host of awesome features that may catch your eye, including the bonkers 23-inch multi-spoke forged wheels that look just so perfect when framed within the GLS63’s muscular wheel wells.

The 2021 Mercedes Benz GLS63 is a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 engine that makes an impressive 603 horsepower with the help of a 48-volt hybrid system. The all-wheel drive is standard and also as a nine-speed automatic transmission and air suspension. We were blown away by the 2021 Mercedes Benz GLS63’s performance at the test track as it out-accelerated several sports cars that have been tested recently, tearing off an extreme 3.6-second zero-to-60-mph run. For differentiation, the old GLS63 which made a 577 horsepower managed a none-too-shabby 4.3-second zero-to-60-mph run.

Front-seat sitters can enjoy a massage while going down the Interstate, and passenger space is very spacious in the second row, which can also be equipped with heated seats and power sunshades. The third row of seats is pretty tight for adults but it is very suitable for children.

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