2019 Mercedes-Benz GLE
Mercedes asserts that it developed the luxury-SUV segment with the initial ML in the 1998 model– although that belief needs forgetting about the Range Rover. The sector is extremely popular, and Mercedes-Benz had to update the GLE to bring it as much as the standards of the competition, to say absolutely nothing of the level of Mercedes’ own passenger cars. The 2019 GLE will be rather lighter and have much more advanced infotainment, telematics, and driver-assistance systems.
The next-gen GLE will be the first model built atop Daimler’s brand-new MHA architecture. This internal name stands for Modulare Hoch-Architektur, or Modular High Architecture, and it will form the basis of the next GLS as well. We expect another fastback “coupe” version down the roadway, too.
2019 Mercedes-Benz GLE Design
At the front, the larger headlights are entirely new and have double LED daytime running lights, which for some factor were just dealing with among the clusters. At the back, the taillights are mainly masked by the swirly camouflage, however you can easily see these are all-new too.
Looking at the side profile, it seems the new GLE will have slightly much shorter front and rear overhangs while the wheelbase is going to be extended considering the rear doors appear to be a little bit longer than those of the present model. That can only suggest something: a more spacious interior, with most of the stretch to pay dividends in regards to legroom for rear guests.
2019 Mercedes-Benz GLE Engine
The extremely versatile MHA platform should accommodate 4-, six-, and eight-cylinder engines in back- and all-wheel-drive applications, with hybridization a certain possibility. For the United States market, look for diesel and gasoline inline-six engines (the gas in regular and AMG spec), a hybrid version, and an AMG-branded twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8.
2019 Mercedes-Benz GLE Price
Late 2018 as a 2019 model, at costs near those of the existing GLE.