The Mercedes-AMG GLE doesn’t make any sense because it’s high riding, heavy and not practical, but the AMG version is the least hateable of the range.
The 2021 Mercedes-AMG GLE63 S Coupe has a 4L twin-turbo V8 with 450kW (603hp) and 850Nm (627 lb-ft), 9-speed auto, AWD, and 0-100km/h in 3.8s.
The 2021 Mercedes-AMG GLE63 has 4L twin-turbo V8 with a small temporary boost available from an integrated starter motor.
The 2021 Mercedes-AMG GLE63 S has a 4L twin-turbo V8 with 450kW (612hp), while the lesser standard model has just 420kW (571hp).
With plug-in hybrids slowly replacing diesels in Europe, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE350de goes for maximum range with a diesel in a plug-in hybrid.
In a suprise to noone, the 3L twin-turbo mild hybrid I6 powertrain from the GLE53 will also be available in the 2020 Mercedes-AMG GLE53 Coupe.
The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe has a sportier rear end, less trunk space, and a 60mm (2.4″) shorter wheelbase than the GLE SUV.
The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE350de 4Matic has 235kW (320hp) and 700Nm (516 lb-ft), and 90km (56mi) EV range from its 2L turbo-diesel plug-in hybrid powertrain.
The 2020 Mercedes-AMG GLE53 4Matic+ Coupe has a 3L twin-turbo I6 with 320kW (429hp) and 520Nm (384 lb-ft), and mild hybrid with short boost of 16kW (21hp).
The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe has a faster roof line, and at launch will be available as the GLE350d, GLE400d, and AMG GLE53.