The updated crossover Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe seen on trialJune 20, 2019
On the tests, a prototype of the updated crossover Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe 2020 model year was noticed. The car received a modified appearance, although all its details could not be considered for the time being due to camouflage.
Usually, when automakers begin to take camouflage from the prototypes of their new models, this means that their official debut is getting closer. From a technical point of view, in front of us is a prototype of the updated Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, which received less camouflage than before.
It is noteworthy that the front doors are not covered with camouflage film. Perhaps Mercedes is trying to distract the casual observer from the fact that there are no films on the front panel either.
Yes, some camouflage film still exists around the outer edges of the front bumper, but these new spy shots give us a pretty good idea of what’s happening with the overall design of the new product. In general, the shape of the current crossover remained. As for the front doors without camouflage, they can be from the standard GLE-Class.
The real magic happens in the back, with a sloping roof and a tailgate opening that blurs the line between the sedan and the SUV. There are still a lot of camouflage details, but our impression of a restyled crossover remains positive. The proportions are better balanced than the modern GLE Coupe, although we still suspect that this will be a car that will cause the most contradictory emotions among passers-by.
As for the interior and motor range, there is no reason to expect that this crossover will differ from the usual GLE. The official presentation of the new GLE Coupe can be expected in September this year at the Frankfurt Motor Show, if not earlier.
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