2019 Mercedes Benz GLA – The prototype of the new Mercedes-Benz GLA was recently spied. The compact utility vehicle in spy photos was heavily disguised as a zebra camouflage, but based on the shape and bulges in the envelopes, the car bears a striking resemblance to Mercedes-Benz Class A. According to Motor1, which is also the source of espionage, the next generation of GLA will be launched next year. It will be published under the 2019 model year.
Earlier this year, Mercedes-Benz debuted a slightly refreshed GLA range. The compact crossover has received minimal changes to its front and rear ends, new fog lights, optional LED headlights, and another bright, bright interior. However, while refreshing extends the life of the car, this model is not long for this world since Mercedes-Benz is working hard to design the next generation we captured.
Spied in Germany, this mule GLA wears less body covering and camouflage than the last one we caught. Like the previous model, the 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLA will again be on the Class A platform when next-generation cars arrive. Although the current GLA is clearly distinguishable from the Class A hatch, it seems that next generation cars are more similar, if recent test mules resembling appearance are an indication.
Although camouflage still obscures much of the car’s features, some aspects are easily recognizable. At the front, a more aggressive hood and front bumper includes the new headlights that resemble the distant cousin of the GLA, the AMG GT.
Under the hood of the new 2019 Mercedes Benz GLA will find a host of turbo-four mills. On the gas front, things go from a 1.6-liter engine to multiple output versions of 2.0-liter units, including soft hybridization.
Test cars with whole production body will follow; there is still time because the GLA should not be launched until the end of 2019.