After watching a BMW X6 inexplicably rack up income plus earnings for almost 7 years, Mercedes-Benz at last is establishing their own model into the crossover-coupe market. Called the GLE-class coupe, it is the first model to reveal the latest nomenclature on the Dutch automaker; a more conventionally roofed GLE, which will be the face-lifted and renamed M-class, will debut soon after.
Underscoring the GLE coupe's sporting pretensions, it's going to be available in a United states only with AMG extras. A access point may be the Mercedes-Benz GLE450 AMG, that is a member with the AMG Sport group meant to fill the gap between regular Benzes along with full-fledged Mercedes-AMG beasts. A GLE coupe will come in the latter guise, as well, badged since GLE63. (European countries gets two additional types: a 329-hp GLE400 and the GLE350d with a 255-hp 3.0-liter diesel V-6.)
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