Mercedes-AMG GLE 53 Spied With Camouflaged Face, Snow-Covered Rear

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Mercedes-AMG GLE 53 Spied With Camouflaged Face, Snow-Covered Rear

Mercedes-Benz continues to work on the refreshed GLE-Class family, and these spy shots catch the latest stage of the updated AMG 53 variant’s development. The rear of this one is caked in snow and ice.

 

In front, there’s an updated front fascia with horizontal strakes in the corners and vertical uprights in the center. The camo over the headlights suggests an updated design for the lamps. You can tell this is an AMG model because of the slats in the grille.

 

 

Along the sides, Mercedes does nothing to change the GLE’s design.

 

 

At the back, the engineers only put a strip of camouflage across the width of the body where the taillights are. From what’s visible, the lamps appear to have a boxier shape.

 

 

While not visible here, earlier spy shots offer a view inside of the updated GLE (comparison below). The two models here have different steering wheels, but they’re otherwise identical. The layout includes a wide screen on the dashboard and large vents.

 

 

For the full story, check out this article from Motor 1.

 

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