The new M-Class won’t get longer front and rear overhangs and even the wheelbase doesn’t appear to be stretched compared to the current model. If anything the new ML-Class is more trimmed and taut, perhaps in a bid to reduce weight making this new model more efficient.
A few subtle design changes such as the rear door, the side mirrors, and the position of the door handles, the roof rack and the higher rear window.
Under the bonnet we should expect a similar range of engines as those powering the current model, including petrol engines between 3.5- and 6.2-litres and consumption-optimised diesel units with 3.0- and 4.0-litres capacity.
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