Updated Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 Coupe Seen On Winter TestsJanuary 12, 2019
According to preliminary information, under the hood of this coupe-shaped crossover will be a motor whose power is approximately 600 hp The car will be presented this year.
After just a few days after the new spy shots of the standard version of the GLE-Class coupe-like crossover were published, we can look at its “charged” performance of the GLE 63 Coupe. Most likely, the car will be presented during this year as a crossover 2020 model year.
Compared to the conventional GLE Coupe, its high-performance version with the 63 index has a front bumper that gives the crossover a more aggressive look.
Four tailpipes of the exhaust system peeking out of the rear bumper – giving an unusual version of the model, as well as the rear spoiler. Unfortunately, Mercedes engineers have so far closed the body of the prototype with camouflage, which perfectly hides everything that we want to see. Although we can nevertheless see some elements of the updated exterior, in particular, the Panamericana brand false radiator grille.
The overall design of the entire GLE coupe-like crossover family doesn’t seem to change much in the new generation. Of course, there are some fairly minor changes in the front and rear, but in general everything will remain in place.
Under the hood, the new GLE 63 Coupe could be a 4.0-liter Twin-Turbo V8 engine. The power of which should exceed the mark of 603 horsepower – according to rumors, it can be 630 hp New buyers who do not need such high power can choose GLE in version 53. The car will receive a 3.0-liter hybrid engine with two V6 turbines, 429 hp.
Not so long ago, we wrote about the rendering of the new Mercedes-Benz GLB crossover.
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