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Mercedes-Benz to launch EQB, EQE next decade

Mercedes-Benz is pushing forward with its electrification onslaught, with EQB and EQE models due to arrive in 2021 and 2022 respectively – according to a new report. The UK's Autocar cites company insiders claiming the pair will follow the EQC, EQA, EQS and EQV to market, bolstering the company's all-electric EQ-branded line-up...

2020 Mercedes-AMG GLB45 spied

It hasn't even been revealed in production form as yet, but the Mercedes-Benz GLB looks like it's going to get a hi-po AMG 45 version, if this recently spied prototype is anything to go by. First previewed in near-production concept form at the Shanghai motor show last month, the GLB will slot between the next GLA and the larger GLC in Benz's crossover line-up, and like its stablemates it will get an AMG-fettled variant boasting quite a lot of power...

Mercedes-Benz Concept GLB revealed

Mercedes-Benz has revealed the Concept GLB ahead of its public debut at the Shanghai motor show later this week, giving us a clear indication of what to expect from the upcoming production model. While dubbed a 'concept', the Concept GLB looks achingly close to production specification, though the show car has a few off-road bits that may not be fully indicative of the final production...

2020 Mercedes-Benz EQ B spied

Mercedes-Benz's practical plug-in, the 2020 EQ B, has been spied testing alongside the EQ C on snowy roads. Although we've seen what look like plug-in hybrid B-Class models in past, this is the first time our spy photographers have managed to snap a pure-electric model. How do we know? The big sticker saying 'electric' on the windscreen is only applied to electric Mercedes prototypes, for one...

Mercedes-Benz Concept GLB teased

Mercedes-Benz has teased the interior of the Concept GLB, which will make its global debut in Shanghai later this month. It's no secret the German marque has a new crossover in the works, and given its 'B' nomenclature, it's also no surprise this interior sketch looks like it was lifted straight out of the new B-Class...

2020 Mercedes-AMG GLB35 spied

Photographers have snapped images of what is believed to be an early prototype for the Mercedes-AMG GLB35 again this week, indicating the upcoming boxy crossover should be getting a go-fast version. Compared to the development vehicle spotted in January, this prototype is wearing new alloy wheels, though the heavy camouflage appears to be the same...

2020 Mercedes-AMG GLB35 spied

The Mercedes-AMG GLB35, a performance-oriented variant of the company's upcoming crossover, has been photographed during winter testing. This is the first evidence we've seen of an AMG-tuned version of the GLB. We believe it is a 35 model, sharing the drivetrain of the A35 hatch unveiled late last year. Should that be the case, this crossover will have a 2...

2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB spied in greater detail

The new Mercedes-Benz GLB has been spied again, this time during testing in Europe's Arctic north. Compared to earlier spy photos, this latest prototype is wearing just a little bit less camouflage. Externally, though, it doesn't really reveal much we didn't already know. The GLB features a blocky silhouette inspired by the GL, but with rounded corners and more compact dimensions...

2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB spied inside and out

The upcoming Mercedes-Benz GLB has been spied once again, though this time photographers have snapped images of the new SUV's cabin. Despite the black sheets covering most of the dashboard and door details, we can see the GLB will have an almost identical cockpit to the related new-generation B-Class, incorporating a dual-screen driver and infotainment setup with the company's new MBUX intelligent software...

2019 Mercedes-Benz GLB spied with less camouflage

Mercedes-Benz has been snapped testing the new GLB on the Nurburgring, with fewer false body panels than previously. For the first time we have a good idea of what the final shape of the grille, headlamps, tail-lights, and wheelarch protectors will be...

Mercedes-Benz confirms new 7-seat compact model

The Mercedes-Benz A-Class family – which includes the B-Class, CLA and GLA lines – will get a three-row option very soon, a company official has confirmed. Speaking with industry journal Automotive News Europe, Mercedes-Benz's global sales boss, Britta Seeger, hinted a seven-seat model is in the works for markets like China, though it's unclear what form it will take...