2019 Mercedes-Benz GLE New Spied Photos Revealed, Comes With All-New Development

Sep 05, 2016 08:40 AM EDT | Mariechris Felipe


The 2019 Mercedes GLE arrives in less than two years. Until then, anticipating buyers need to wait as the said car model is still in testing phase. Luckily, testings means road and closed circuits test and carparazzis got the chance to capture photos of the future SUV star. Check it out here.

Although in a thick layer of camouflage, photos still reveal an "all-new" look. Now the difference between new and all-new can be seen on the recent Mercedes GLE and the 2019 Mercedes GLE. The recent one looks just like a facelift of the 2012 Mercedes GLE. It is basically the same car with four cosmetic dressings and modernization of equipment and design.

The 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLE on the other hand, sported a new look, a much stronger one. So, after seven years on the market, this generation of luxury SUV will finally get an "all-new" look and followers of the brand are excited.

As is evident, the project is still in its early stages, but could already have a more dynamic design and many advanced technological solutions taken directly from their brothers in range: the new Mercedes-Benz E - Class and .Mercedes-Benz E - Class. One can see the bold wheel arches on this 2019 GLE prototype and these should make it into production - the rugged terrain visual identity could be limited to details, but it will be present.

With the W167 code , it is expected that the future 2019 Mercedes GLE is larger than the current model and is focused on the luxury to stand up to Audi Q7 and BMW X5, sportsmanship left all future Mercedes GLE Coupe . Talk of more technical specifications at this point would be too daring for me, as the car will be presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2017, and for marketing in early 2018 including the Detroit Motor show in January.

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