German magazine Auto Bild reveals everything about the future new Mercedes models until 2023. In the coming years, Mercedes is focusing on automated driving, electric cars and SUVs. But classic body shapes such as sedans and coupes remain in the portfolio.
2019 has been a very busy year for Mercedes-Benz which launched a new edition of the GLE, the GLB, the GLC facelift, the GLS, the CLA and CLA Shooting Brake, plus the production version of the EQC electric SUV. In addition to electrification, autonomous driving and the meaningful integration of additional online content in its cars are among the key future topics. Discover what potential innovations we can expect in the upcoming production models in the picture gallery below. Source: Autobild.de
Mercedes GLE Coupe, launch in 2019. Much will change in the design department. First, the front will be a bit more beefy, as the GLE SUV coupe receives new headlights compared to its conventional counterpart. At the rear, the GLE Coupe seems to keep its old proportions. In addition to new taillights, the trunk lid is redesigned. Mechanically, the GLE Coupe won’t bring any novelties and inherit all the engines and tech from the new GLE.