The hybrid version of the Mercedes-Benz GLE will receive up to 100 km of power reserve on the batteryOctober 21, 2018
The company Mercedes is preparing to present next year the updated crossover Mercedes-Benz GLE, equipped with a new generation of hybrid, with a power reserve of up to 100 km of electricity.
Back in September, Mercedes-Benz introduced a new generation of GLE, which was developed from scratch, and is a completely new model. However, competitors in the face of the models BMW X5, Volvo XC90 and Audi Q7 are forcing the company to develop the line, introducing more and more modifications.
One of the new products in 2019 will be a hybrid version with a power reserve of up to 100 km exclusively on electric. At the moment, the company is in the process of transferring PHEV vehicles from a power reserve of 30 km to 50 km. However, the next generation of hybrids will be able to move about 100 km through the WLTP cycle. ”
Unfortunately, so far there are no details about the future power plant, however, the head of the research of Daimler and Mercedes-Benz, Ol Cullenius, promised that we will be able to learn everything in more detail in the near future.
The launch of the Mercedes-Benz GLE PHEV will help Daimler meet new environmental standards. Moreover, the novelty is one of the steps to electrify each model in its range from A to S-class, including soft and plug-in hybrids, as well as fully electrified modifications.
In the meantime, Mercedes-Benz may have begun testing electric EQA. The absence of an exhaust pipe indicates the complete electrification of a camouflaged A-Class.