What’s New in the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE?
Even with plenty of 2019 model year Mercedes-Benz vehicles on the horizon, that never stops the manufacturer from looking towards the future with innovations for their new vehicles. In fact, Mercedes-Benz has already announced electric models like the EQC for 2020 and now has announced the next GLE. So, what’s new in the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE?
For years, Mercedes-Benz has been known to offer stylish, powerful and luxurious vehicles for drivers to choose from, and not much has changed. However, when it comes to the 2020 GLE, not only does the new SUV excel on the road, but the new model has an extra emphasis on off-road performance and succeeds, thanks to its multiple available engine options and 4MATIC®* all-wheel drive.
“The new GLE is not only more comfortable than ever before on the road, but also shows its superior off-road character off the beaten track. This alone shows our determination to reinforce our claim to leadership in the SUV segment. Significantly more space in the interior, the new control concept, considerably extended and refined driver assistance systems, the best aerodynamics in the segment, a completely new range of engines and numerous other innovations emphatically underline this.”
-Ola Källenius, responsible for corporate research at Daimler AG and Mercedes-Benz Cars development
There are plenty of exciting innovations coming to the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE. Some of these include the E-ACTIVE BODY CONTROL, the Active Stop-and-Go Assist feature, the ability to turn off the Active Brake Assist if needed, the fully-variable 4MATIC®* all-wheel drive technology and more comfort options with each seat.
If you would like to learn more about what’s new in the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE, be sure to follow our blog. You can also get behind the wheel of the exciting new SUV after it makes its world debut at the Paris Motor Show in October 2018 and arrives later in 2019.
*Best performance on snow and ice obtained with winter tires. Please always drive carefully, consistent with road conditions.
**European model shown.