2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB Specs - Mercedes-Benz is out assessing an examination burro of what's believed to be a new small crossover SUV to be called the GLB. Mercedes currently contends in this room with the GLA, however, the brand-new GLB will certainly be a bigger, more rugged offering with styling influenced by the legendary G-Class. The Ener-G-Force principle introduced at the 2012 L.a Auto Program mean what's to come. The new mechanicals is hidden below the makeshift body of a GLA, however, we could clearly see the wider track. The wheelbase has likewise been stretched, as shown by the extra panel at the leading side of the rear wheel arc.
It could look a bit like the body style of the GLA, however, there are mechanicals concealed underneath it. There's additionally a bigger track and a stretched wheelbase as confirmed by the added panel at the leading side of the back wheel arc.
Inning accordance with resources, the brand-new mechanicals come from the next-generation version of the current MFA or Modular Front-Drive Design platform for front-drive-based portable vehicles. The new platform, likewise called MFA2, will permit the GLB to be lighter in weight.
It will likewise have even more capacity for a series of drivetrains. We should be seeing this system in 2018 for the next-generation A-Class, giving Merc adequate time to best the system just in time for the 2020 GLB.
One more brand name to use the MFA2 system is Infiniti. The brand will certainly be utilizing it for the next-generation compacts. Both Infiniti and Merc will be generating the MFA2-based cars in a plant in Mexico, Europe, and China.
The brand-new mechanicals is a next-generation version of the present MFA (Modular Front-drive Architecture) system for front-wheel-drive-based portable automobiles. Referred to as MFA2, the brand-new platform will certainly bring weight cost savings plus better capability for alternative drivetrains and should debut in 2018 in the next-generation A-Class.
The GLB along with the next-generation B-Class will be making use of the biggest version of the platform, which could enable vehicle developers to put in three rows of seats (the last one to be foldable, obviously, for an additional area).
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The GLB must be debuting sometime in 2018, but it will not likely get on sale in the US as a brand-new version till 2020.
The range is finished by the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLBi, a peppier version that attracts 300 turbocharged ponies from a 3.0-liter inline-six. Pricing for the Mercedes-Benz GLB begins from $42,800, with the leading version starting at $49,850.