Set to make its public debut at October's Paris Motor Show, the all-new Mercedes-Benz GLE offers enhanced comfort, increased interior space and features the latest in impressive state-of-the-art technology.
Externally, the all-new Mercedes-Benz GLE is easily recognisable as an all-new model of the brand's mid-sized SUV. Prevailing and assured, the design features striking elements such as an octagonal radiator grille, showcasing the iconic three-pointed star ensures you make no mistake in identifying this as a Mercedes-Benz.
Mid-sized within the Mercedes-Benz range, the GLE is not lacking in size and features an extended wheelbase over its predecessor, having been extended by an additional 80mm.
Technology and Refinement
Artificial intelligence is hugely impressive in the current array of brand-new Mercedes-Benz models, and the Mercedes-Benz GLE is no exception. This all-new GLE will learn the owner's traits and present them via the infotainment system, with examples such as recommending a person you normally call at a certain time, or suggesting to switch radio stations if this is something the driver tends to do on certain times or days.
Comfort has been raised to a whole new level too, thanks to E-ACTIVE BODY CONTROL; a state-of-the-art hydro-pneumatic suspension system that is the only system currently on the market to be able to individually control spring and damping forces - creating an ultra-comfortable ride.
Engine, Performance and Economy
Upon launch, the GLE will be offered with two engines in the form of GLE 300 d - which is a 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel offering, along with a GLE 4MATIC in-line six-cylinder petrol too. Mercedes-Benz will also offer a diesel plug-in hybrid in the future as well, complementing the car's possibilities.
For such a large SUV, the all-new Mercedes-Benz GLE also features the best-in-class aerodynamics which will come in handy boosting the car's economy and performance - traits that a lot trickier to overcome in a car of this stature and presence.