Mercedes-Benz GLS Grand Edition Takes Luxury One Step Further

Mercedes-Benz has made the GLS even more luxurious with the launch of the new Grand Edition.

The GLS Grand Edition is essentially just a trim package available for the GLS 350d, GLS 400 and GLS 500 and consists of modifications both in the cabin and across the exterior of the huge SUV.

Inside, the Grand Edition incorporates designo nappa leather with diamond quilting and Budapest-design piping on the seats. The dashboard is also bathed in nappa leather and there are espresso brown velour floor mats and new ambient lighting. To receive these exclusive touches, owners will have to fork out 5,900 euros ($6,911).

From the outside, the GLS Grand Edition is distinguished from lesser variants with the 20-inch, 10-spoke alloy wheels with black and silver painted elements. Additionally, there are exclusive badges on the front quarter panels. The exterior package costs 2,300 euros ($2,693).


  • Blade t

    Mercedes interiors are looking nice these days….

    • Matt

      This interior architecture is old, but I think it still looks classy, even if some of the carry-over switchgear isn’t too nice.

  • Wayne Hughes

    Sure this is the sucker move, the new GLS will be released as a 2019. I’ll keep my 550 for one more year; thanks.

    • Matt

      I think it’s to test the market for a Maybach variant of the 2019 GLS.

      • Adi

        Nope.. Mercedes always does these ‘Grand Editions’ at the end of the life cycle of it’s cars.

        • supermanuel

          Yep, just means the new one is almost here.

  • Kagan

    The brown colour is to dark it does not suit your cars. Works only in the sun!

  • Navy P. Morroccan ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Nice, but the 2018 Lincoln Navigator Black Label is still a step above it.

  • ony cool suv by mercedes in design ……..

  • Ioakou Logic

    After the new audi’s A8, everything looks old and not such luxurious..
    Even merc. know’s that with the luxurious S class is more than everything.