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Mercedes GLA Accessories Collection Revealed

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Mercedes-Benz announced the launch of a series of genuine accessories for the newly-born GLA class. The GLA is an urban crossover with a bit of off-road capabilities, which means it has a good potential for customizations. And Mercedes’ own accessories are the best way to go about kitting-up your car.

Being a fashionable, trendy car, the first item on the list of accessories for the Mercedes GLA is a full iPhone integration kit compatible with 5/5S/5C models. It adds the iPhone to the COMAND system and makes use of its feature such as Siri or music, and adds new possibilities like day’s diary entries and a pedestrian navigation system. What’s more, you get the Digital DriveStyle App which enables the Car-to-X technology. This system is used to to send emergency hazard warning messages to other road users.

More practical elements of Mercedes GLA accessories collection include new Aerostyle roof bars that can carry a wide range of stuff, such as bikes, skis, snowboard racks, and roof boxes. Then we have the lightweight new Alustyle cycle rack, and easy-to-clean boot tub – ideal also for carrying foodstuffs or liquids.

Those who want to style their car in a unique way will be happy to find the list includes an extensive selection of light-alloy wheels, up to 19-inch in size and available either painted in black with a high-sheen finish or in vanadium silver metallic. You also get illuminated Mercedes star, AMG door sill panels, AMG bodystyling components (front and rear aprons and side sill panels), and AMG sports stripes in graphite grey.

There are also a number of interior accessories designed to make life easier in the car, such as picnic blanket, a bottle cooler, iPad and iPhone cases that match the trim of the car, messenger bag, T-shirts and key rings.

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