The Mercedes-Benz GLS has been captured on camera once again and this time it was being driven at a slow pace.

The Mercedes-Benz GLS has been captured on camera once again and this time it was being driven at a slow pace.

Daimler's biggest SUV is almost ready to receive a minor nip & tuck for its mid-cycle revision which will also come with a name change as Mercedes-Benz will use GLS to better show the vehicle's similarity in size with the S-Class. As seen in the attached footage and in our previous sets of spy shots and videos, the cosmetic tweaks will be minor as only the front and rear bumpers will be lightly revised and there could be some changes to the hood as well.

Expect slightly different graphics for both headlights and taillights while the interior cabin will probably take some of the bits and pieces from the smaller GLE. A night package will be optionally offered along with 22-inch wheels and other minor enhancements to keep the model fresh and competitive.

A public debut is expected to occur next month at the Frankfurt Motor Show, but Mercedes-Benz could decide to show us the car before the end of August. The order books will apparently open in December and deliveries are planned to begin in January 2016.

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