"Ultimate HGLS" by HOFELE - based on the Mercedes-Benz GLS

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HOFELE-Design, the German company specialising in the bespoke enhancement of Mercedes-Benz passenger cars has just released information about their latest model based on the Mercedes-Benz GLS.

The GLS is the Mercedes-Benz full size SUV, available as a six or seven-seater and with range of petrol and diesel engines starting with the 350d and going up in size and power to the not yet launched GLS 63 AMG. HOFELE offers its enhancements for all GLS models. Seen here is the 400d which HOFELE has transformed from the Mercedes-Benz standard into a luxuriously appointed premium SUV. HOFELE calls this level of enhancement the “Ultimate Series” which is identified by the striking two-tone exterior paint finish.

With the exclusive two-tone exterior paint scheme and the HOFELE 22” Mythos alloy wheels finished in chrome, the HOFELE Ultimate HGLS looks stunning from the outside. But it is from the inside that the owner and his or her family and guests will really appreciate the luxury transformation carried out by HOFELE. The standard GLS interior is quite utilitarian, the interior of this “Ultimate HGLS” is of the highest level of quality and style.  

HOFELE has combined the latest technology in computer guided stitching and perforation with the finest Napa leathers and alcantara to create a contemporary interior design and quality finish that compares to the best available in the premium vehicle sector. It is in attention to every detail including the contrast piping, alcantara headlining and lambswool over rugs that make the HOFELE Ultimate HGLS truly bespoke. 
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