Updated Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe caught on tests

Updated Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe caught on tests

The tests seen a prototype of the updated crossover Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe 2020 model year. The car has received a modified appearance, although the details of the items to consider is not due to camouflage.

Usually when automakers begin to remove the camo from the prototypes of its new models, which means that their official debut is getting closer. From a technical point of view, this is a prototype of the updated Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, which has received less camouflage than before.

It is noteworthy that the camo film is not covered with the front doors. Maybe Mercedes is trying to distract the casual observer from the front panel was also not films.

Yes, some camouflage tape still exists around the outer edges of the front bumper, but these new spy shots give us a pretty good idea about what is happening with the overall design of the product. In General, the form of the current crossover remains. 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 an opening rear door that blurs the line between sedan and SUV. There’s still a lot of camouflage parts, but our impression of the restyled crossover remains positive. The proportions are better balanced than the modern GLE Coupe, although we still suspect that this will be the machine which will cause passers-by the most contradictory emotions.

As for the interior and engine range, there is no reason to expect that this crossover will be different from the usual GLE. Official presentation of the new GLE Coupe is expected in September of this year at the Frankfurt motor show, if not sooner.