Mercedes of tomorrow: Outlook: This is what the GLE Coupé C167 looks like – good time – Mercedes fans

Mercedes of tomorrow: Outlook: This is what the GLE Coupé C167 looks like – good time – Mercedes fans


Check out this article: Mercedes-Fans.de recently showed you a preview of the possible Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé C254. As is known, SUVs in coupé form move at Mercedes-Benz as two ships (GLC Coupé and GLE Coupé) – this double presence is a good reason to look forward to a possible facelift of the Mercedes GLE Coupé. The official presentation of the new Mercedes-Benz GLE V167 will take place in autumn or at the end of this year. A little later, a raised variant of the coupe C167 should also appear.

Sporty and attractive and extravagant and beautiful nonetheless – that’s the Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupé. Midway through its life cycle, the car’s inventor perfected the luxury-class SUV with a coupe shape. Deep changes to the design are not expected with the surface modification of the C167 series. SRK Designs artist renderings show us what the GLE Coupé C167 MoPf could look like. By the way: the video is very interesting to see how he did it with the PC.
The headlights and taillights will show up in a slightly different light. In addition, the front and rear bumpers of the Mercedes sports SUV have been given a cosmetic upgrade. Nothing new should be added under the hood. In all likelihood, nothing significant will change in the range of GLE Coupé engines. The steering wheel of the Mercedes S-Class W223 will have an internal track. Also new on board the GLE MoPf will be the current, highly acclaimed MBUX. In all likelihood, the GLE facelift will not have the main, large screen, which is located in the center of the console of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.

Video: 2023 Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupé MoPf Rendering

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