Mercedes-Benz Releases Genuine Accessories for the GLA
Feb 13, 2014 12:09
Mercedes-Benz GLA will be available with a range of original accessories including new light alloy wheels, communications systems and ingenious accessories.
The GLA can be fitted with the seamless in-vehicle integration of the iPhone. The “drive kit Plus for the iPhone” is now also available as a retrofit solution, currently for 12 model series.
The next generation of this communications solution is now making its debut in the GLA-Class and is now also available for the new iPhone models 5/5S/5C.
The new Aerostyle roof bars provide a multifunctional basis for all Mercedes-Benz carrying and recreational solutions, for example roof boxes, cycle, or combined ski and snowboard racks, and can be quickly fitted to the roof rails without the need for tools.
Genuine accessories from AMG include 5-spoke wheels, door sill panels in brushed stainless steel with and without LED illumination, plus AMG body styling components (front and rear aprons and side sill panels).
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