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Metallic - Emerald green
The bold and lively Emerald Green hue reflects the lush green forests and landscapes that are characteristic of the German countryside, evoking a sense of natural beauty and vitality.
Metallic - High tech silver
The sleek and futuristic silver colour of High Tech Silver reflects the precision engineering and advanced technology that is at the heart of every Mercedes vehicle.
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Metallic - Obsidian black
The deep and mysterious shade of Obsidian Black is as powerful and enigmatic as the night sky, exuding an air of sophistication and elegance.
Metallic - Selenite Grey
The cool and refined grey colour of Selenite Grey reflects a sense of poise and sophistication that is both timeless and contemporary.
Metallic - Sodalite blue
Sodalite blue is a bit more out-there than many of the Mercedes GLS' more monochrome colour options. However, it isn't an outlandish colour either, so you may want to consider it if you want a less obvious yet still smart-looking paint pick for your GLS.
Manufaktur metallic - Hyacinth red
The bold and striking red hue of Hyacinth Red is as vibrant and captivating as a field of blooming flowers in the springtime.
Manufaktur metallic - Opalith white
If the regular metallic paint finishes don't quite do the job for you, then the fancier-still "Manufaktur" finishes may just do the trick. In comparison with the solid and standard metallic whites, Opalith white has a lovely sheen which suits the GLS' upmarket image. That fancy finish doesn't do anything to help disguise dirt marks, though, which show up very easily indeed on this colour.
Manufaktur solid - Alpine grey
Grey paints tend to be fairly reliable picks for most cars. They usually suit the car they're on pretty well, they're often good at disguising road grime and have fairly broad appeal so won't devalue the car like a lurid paint might. However, Alpine grey may only be a colour worth considering if it's your genuine favourite colour for the GLS - it's a very expensive colour option for the Mercedes, and being a solid colour it doesn't even get a shiny finish like you'd find on a metallic colour.
Two tone - Emerald green/mojave silver
The combination of Emerald Green and Mojave Silver creates a striking and dynamic contrast that embodies a sense of natural power and ruggedness.
Two tone - High tech silver/nautic blue
Mercedes offers a few two-tone paint finishes on the GLS, and one with perhaps the most contrasting colour combo is this blend of High tech silver and Nautic blue. Here, much of the car is finished in a shiny metallic silver, with the roof, pillars and bonnet being painted in a suitably navy-esque dark blue. It's a classy colour combo that'll certainly attract attention - just be aware this paint option, as with all the other two-tone colours for the GLS, is only available on the luxurious Mayback models.
Two tone - Obsidian black/Manufaktur kalahari gold metallic
The fusion of Obsidian Black and Kalahari Gold creates a bold and striking look, embodying a sense of adventure and luxury.
Two tone - Obsidian black/rubellite red
The combination of Obsidian Black and Rubellite Red creates a powerful and dynamic contrast that is both bold and sophisticated.
Two tone - high tech silver/Obsidian black
This two-tone paint finish for the Mercedes GLS is a little bit different to the others. While many of the Merc's bi-tone paints offer a fairly even split between the two colours, on this combo much of the car will be finished in Obsidian black - the silver bits are limited to the wheel arch surrounds and front and rear bumpers. It's still just as striking as the GLS' other two-tone paints - and it shares their hefty price tags, too.