The company Mercedes-Benz showed the interior of the next-generation GLE crossover. As the correspondent of “Motor” informs, the car was shown to journalists at the main design studio of the brand in Sindelfingen, however the car itself was in a dark room and was sealed with camouflage film. Lighted at the presentation left only its interior.
Detailed information about the next GLE in the company has not yet been disclosed. At the moment it is known that the crossover will receive two 12.3-inch displays under a single glass on the front panel, a three-spoke steering wheel in the style of the new S-Class with touch panels, a new multimedia touchpad with no traditional rotary selector, and an MBUX interface, both on family A-Class.
In addition, the all-terrain vehicle will have new keys to climate control. They will still remain swaying, but will now be milled out of metal with a different texture. As they say in the company, they will become more solid.
The current Mercedes-Benz GLE is produced in 2015, but it is in fact only a modified version of the ML 2011 model with the W166 index.