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2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB revealed
11th Jun 2019
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2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB revealed

Mercedes-Benz has finally revealed its long-teased GLB, an upright seven-seat compact SUV that’ll slot in between the GLA and GLC in the range — albeit not until the third quarter of 2020, once right-hand drive production warms up. It’s part of the expanded range of compact cars based upon Mercedes-Benz’s second-generation modular front- and all-wheel drive MFA platform, joining the familiar A-Class hatch and sedan, CLA four-door coupe, GLA crossover and B-Class MPV.
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Mike Costello
2020 Mercedes-Benz EQ B spied
8th Apr 2019
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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.
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Scott Collie
Mercedes-Benz confirms new 7-seat compact model
16th Mar 2018
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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.
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James Wong
Mercedes-Benz chief confirms brand won't build new small cars with Infiniti
13th Jan 2017
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Mercedes-Benz chief confirms brand won't build new small cars with Infiniti

Mercedes-Benz has revealed that the alliance it has with Renault-Nissan to produce a range of models is strong, but company chief Dr Dieter Zetsche confirmed there are joint projects that may be dropped if they don’t make sense – including a second-generation range of small cars.
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