- Second generation car will be unveiled by the end of this year
- Interior gets dual displays
- Brown and black colour scheme
- Minimalist design
The interiors of the next generation Mercedes-Benz GLE have been leaked in a series of images ahead of the next-generation car’s expected debut later this year. The second-generation model moves from the boxy silhouette of the current car to a crossover(ish) design that seems to be common for new models in the Mercedes range.
The highlight of the cabin is the dual displays for the infotainment system and instrument cluster. This set up debuted with the 2014 S-Class and is expected to become standard across the Mercedes range within the next few years.
The number of buttons on the dashboard have also reduced and the climate control system is now a row of buttons in place of the dials from the current car. The car that has been spied sports a brown and black colour scheme with silver for the control surfaces. There’s also a picture of one of the doors and from this we can see that the controls and layout will be carried over from the current car.
The next generation GLE is India-bound and will be offered here in both petrol and diesel engine options. We should expect to see this car here by the middle of 2019.