The cheapest Mercedes-Benz GLB Edition 1 model costs a whopping €46,791 or about $52,300 in Germany.
Merc’s GLB 7-seater compact SUV can already be ordered in Germany from €37,746.80.
The GLB 35 is rumored to launch later this year with 302 HP, followed by the more powerful 45 in 2020.
The concept will be joined by new hybrids and an AMG variant of the GLB.
In S guise, this powerhouse of a crossover is expected to crack the five-second barrier to the 62 mph mark.
The Mercedes-Benz GLB will be sold with a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine in the U.S.
The all-new GLB will be positioned as a more practical GLA alternative with no direct rivals.
Mercedes claims the 2020 GLB is the first compact SUV that can function as a spacious family car.
The seven-seat Mercedes GLB will offer a host of engine options including a turbocharged 2.0-liter with 415 hp.
The Mercedes GLB will officially debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show as a seven-seat compact SUV.
The all-new Mercedes GLB will debut this summer and it will eventually be followed by two AMG variants.
The all-new GLB will be sold with a number of petrol and diesel engines, topped by AMG(s).