Mercedes-Benz has announced the second generation of their successful GLS compact crossover utility. While overall styling is familiar, the proportions have changed radically. A longer wheelbase and over 4 inches of added height contribute to a much roomier cabin, especially for rear seat passengers. The new GLS also adopts the twin-screen, full digital dash treatment that is slowly working its way through the brand’s lineup. Power, at least initially, will be turbocharged four cylinder in two strengths. The standard GLA 250’s 2.0-liter turbo outputs 221-hp, with the GLA AMG 35 version rated at 302-hp. It will go on sale this spring and summer as a 2021 model.