Introducing the new generation Mercedes-Benz GLE
Some overseas media have exposed a low-level camouflage tail spy shot of a new generation of Mercedes-Benz GLE (code number W167). The new car body shape and tail are fully exposed. The car will be officially released this year.
The new-generation Mercedes-Benz GLE, code-named W167, retains the tilted C-pillar design that was continued for the first three generations of the model, and the black D-pillar shape still presents the sense of a suspended roof. The new taillight set adopts a similar willow-like shape and is expected to be internally embellished with LED light sources. In the future, the car will be produced at a factory in Alabama, the United States. From the current status of this low camouflage road test, it is not far from its official release.
In the interior, from the previous spy photos, the new generation of Mercedes-Benz GLE will use the full LCD screen and central control screen design, and embedded in the MBUX (Mercedes Benz User Experience) system, the central air conditioning outlet is Changing to a square design, the new three-spoke steering wheel is also equipped with a Dual Thumb Controls system, and the overall look of the new generation of Mercedes-Benz GLE has changed its old-fashioned image.
In terms of power, the new GLE will also replace Mercedes-Benz's new 3.0T L6+48V micro-hybrid system to replace the existing V6 engine. With reference to the new CLS, the M256 engine has a power of 367 horsepower and a peak torque of 500 Nm. And provide 4MATIC four-wheel drive system.