2020 Mercedes GLE Coupe Might Look Something Like This

While the all-new GLE has already been been unveiled to the public, Mercedes is still working on the GLE Coupe version, as fully camouflaged prototypes have been spotted in traffic as recently as a few weeks ago.

Despite the camo, the next-gen GLE Coupe seems to have a more aggressive rear-end design than the current model, featuring a more angular beltline and what appears to be a sleeker roofline.

Yet, from a front 3/4 angle, it may very well look a lot like this recent rendering by X-Tomi Design, who took the new GLE and molded it into something sportier.

The headlights on the Coupe could be slightly different than the ones on the regular GLE, but then again, the camouflage on the prototype is very extensive, so we could be wrong.

Overall, the new GLE Coupe should continue carrying Mercedes‘ torch as far as sticking with the automaker’s ‘Sensual Purity’ design philosophy.

As for what it will be like on the inside, expect a carry-over from its more conservative sibling, meaning the two massive 12.3-inch screens, new three-spoke steering wheel, leather-wrapped grab handles and Mercedes’ latest MBUX infotainment system.

  • no25

    as much as i hate these “crossover coupes,” this looks pretty decent, and I could see the final looking very similar to it.

  • MarketAndChurch

    I don’t know why and it’s probably just me but I can’t seem to warm up to those headlights. Not on this rendering, and not on the GLE.

    • botornot387

      Agreed, I think they are the sore point on the styling. Actually not a fan of either the headlights or the taillights. They don’t mesh with the new styling, and kind of feel last minute designed.

  • caddy45

    Looks better but a higher beltline on an SUV coupe just doesn’t look right to me.

  • Nordschleife

    Looks good to me

  • Mr. EP9

    Ugh, another crossover coupe.

  • Wandering_Spirit

    Better than BMWs (i never thought i’d find myself liking a Benz over a BMW one day) of the same segment.

  • botornot387

    This new gen doesn’t flatter the coupe styling by any means.

  • Philip George

    This would look much better than the current generation which is immensely ugly, both in its exterior and interior. So ugly its unforgivable.

  • john1168

    yuck…. I hate these crossover coupe, sedan, hatch, whatever the heck you call ’em things.

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