Mercedes-Benz Could Create Shrunken G-Class
Mercedes-Benz could potentially create a smaller version of their Mercedes-Benz G-Class in the next few years. The car is tentatively named GLB and would be a crossover between the GLA and GLC. The car would borrow styling from the G-Class and from the Ener-G-Force concept. This concept debuted in 2012 at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The final design hasn’t been confirmed, but it could be one of the most rugged vehicles in the class.
The GLB would be run by a turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The engines would vary depending on where they are sold. They would have standard front-wheel drive and have the option of 4Matic all-wheel drive available. Though the GLB won’t be as rugged as the G off road, there will be an available off-road package for drivers looking for off-road abilities. There will also be an option to purchase a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that would output an average 400 horsepower. The vehicle hasn’t been confirmed yet, but sources say that the car will potentially be sold in 2019, making its public debut in 2018.
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