The updated crossover Mercedes-Benz GLA will show this fallMay 30, 2019
According to the latest information, the presentation of the updated compact crossover Mercedes-Benz GLA 2020 model year will be held at the Frankfurt Motor Show. A bit later, the “charged” GLA 45 S with a power of 416 horsepower will be shown.
The GLB crossover is not the only new Mercedes compact crossover that will debut this year, as new data indicates that we will also see the second-generation GLA crossover. While the GLB square, the concept of which was shown last month at the Shanghai Motor Show, will be presented in its serial form this summer, the company’s most affordable crossover will appear this fall at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
If you believe the data of Autocar, we could eventually see the updated GLA crossover on the Internet a few days before the official premiere.
Unlike the Audi Q2 and BMW X2, the next generation of the Mercedes entry-level compact cross-country should follow roughly the same recipe as the current generation, essentially being the larger version of the A-class hatchback.
Taking into account the fact that all compact models of Mercedes of the new era have basically the same salon, the same story should be with the second generation GLA. Just look at the A-Class, B-Class or CLA-Class models to see what to expect from a dashboard layout, which will also have a lot in common with the future GLB.
According to rumors, over time, more powerful versions of the German novelty will be presented. We are talking about crossovers AMG 35 and AMG 45 S, with a power of 302 horsepower for the first and as much as 416 horsepower for the second.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the studio Brabus presented a 789-strong version of the sports car Mercedes-AMG GT63 S.
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