Even with plenty of disguise, the next-generation crossover isn't afraid to advertise the V8 engine under its bonnet.
Last spied around this time last year, the next-generation Mercedes-AMG GLS63 is now wearing fewer false body panels, but is still heavily disguised.
As with previous iterations of the GLS – or GL as it was previously known – the new car has a longer wheelbase, significantly larger rear doors, and a more upright tailgate than its smaller sibling, freeing up more interior space (and granting the car a more imposing presence on the road).
With its low-profile tyres, large wheels, hunkered down stance, and four exhaust tips, the GLE63 looks positively mean.
Although lesser models in the GLS range will be available with six-cylinder engines, and probably plug-in hybrid drivetrains, the GLS63 will likely continue with AMG's 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8.
While the company has yet to announce any details regarding the next-generation GLS, we can safely assume it will feature all of the company's latest safety equipment, as well as its MBUX touchscreen infotainment system.