Mercedes is getting ready to release its biggest product offensive. We reveal the most important new Mercedes models expected until 2021, in chronological order, from the facelifted Mercedes C-Class to the Mercedes GLB and the EQ electric sub-brand.
In the compact segment alone, Mercedes will present 8 new models based on the second generation of the MFA architecture (modular front-wheel drive platform). The well-known derivatives of the A-Class will be joined by a limousine and the Mercedes GLB in late spring, a new compact SUV will close the gap between GLA and GLC. Photos via Mercedes-Benz, Autobild and Auto motor und sport.
2018: Mercedes-AMG G 63 (2018)
First and foremost, the G-Class retains its angular appearance and impecable off-road credentials. The new model is a whopping 10 centimeters wider. Mercedes also promises significant improvements in terms of dynamics, but also more space on the rear seats. The AMG versions (Mercedes-AMG G 63 and G 65) will be available later this year, joining the already announced regular G 500 and G 350 d variants. The G 63 uses the 4.0-liter twin turbo AMG engine good for approximately 600 hp, while the V12 in the G65 is expected to develop 630 hp. READ THE FIRST G-CLASS TEST HERE.