Instead, the GLS’s understated three-row design is a triumph of substance over appearance. It’s also the driving-obsessed parent’s undercover accomplice. Consider taking a lengthy road trip in your GLS. Your partner and children have joined you, and they are all sound asleep. An open mountain road lies ahead. “”Go on and have some fun,” the GLS encourages. There’s no need for anyone to know.” In no time, you’ll be elegantly sashaying this bus over the tarmac at incredible speeds. You’ll be able to credibly pretend that none of that happened later. The GLS is unexpectedly pleasurable to drive in any of its driving modes, under all bar the most difficult conditions. The GLS’s second-row seats are noticeably roomier thanks to a more than two-inch increase in wheelbase. For the first time, the GLS is available with second-row captain’s chairs, which make it simpler to get to the regular third row, which, while cramped for tall people, is nonetheless usable.