2012 Mercedes-Benz ML was spy photographed

2012 Mercedes-Benz ML was spy photographed

The upcoming 2012 Mercedes-Benz ML, which will be launched on the market later this year, has recently been spy photographed and the photos appear to be clear, revealing a slightly boxier shape and incorporating more sculpted lines. The photos were taken while the car model was undergoing some tests in Germany, showing less camouflage. Some voices claim that the new Mercedes-Benz ML could easily be mistaken for a facelift version of the current model Mercedes-Benz. The reason for this possible confusion would be that the styling approach of the vehicles follows an extraordinarily similar path. The new details of the photographed model are a more angular grille up front and longer tail lamps, while the interior boasts a completely new redesigned dashboard featuring a prominent center console with a large LCD screen for the infotainment system and new switchgear. Its chassis is going to be shared with the new Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango models, symbolizing one of the last remnants from the former Daimler-Chrysler partnership. Mercedes' latest gasoline engines which integrate the 3.5-liter V6 and 4.6-liter V8 units together with the well-known array of V6 diesel options, are expected to be offered when the car is launched on the market. Rumors announce that Mercedes is planning to develop a next-generation hybrid powertrain comprising plug-in capability. Furthermore, the presentation of the standard ML will be followed by a flagship AMG model which sports the German firm's newly developed 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine, replacing the current version's naturally aspirated 6.2-liter.
Source: Carscoop


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