For Mercedes, 2020 is set to be one of their busiest years on record. Still considered the best premium car brand on the market, they sell over 2.3 million units per calendar year and there’s much excitement surrounding what’s to come in 2020. Today, we’re going to list every new model coming this year while also digging deeper into a couple of the most highly anticipated.
Full Mercedes 2020 Lineup
In terms of sedans, there will be five new models available this year. As well as the A-Class, this includes the C-Class, E-Class, S-Class, and the Maybach.
Elsewhere, those interested in coupes will enjoy the launch of the CLA 4DR Coupe. Meanwhile, the C-Class, E-Class, S-Class, or CLS Coupe might take your interest. Of course, how could we forget the two AMG vehicles starting at $99,000? Will you prefer the four-seater GT Coupe or the two-seater GT Coupe?
We turn our attentions to SUVs, and it starts with the GLA. Available for $34,350, we’re sure the sleek design will capture the imagination of Mercedes fans. Otherwise, the German manufacturer is launching the GLB, GLC, GLC Coupe, GLE, GLE Coupe, GLS, G-Class, and the E-Class Wagon.
Roadster and Convertible Lineup
For those with a larger budget and an eye for style, you might be tempted into the C-Class Cabriolet, E-Class Cabriolet, S-Class Cabriolet, SLC Roadster, SL Roadster, or AMG GT Roadster.
Electric and Hybrid Lineup
Like most other manufacturers, Mercedes has noticed the change in demand for electric cars. With this in mind, we’ll see the introduction of the EQC and the GLC SUV Hybrid.
How can we talk about the models Mercedes are planning without getting excited over some concept cars? Providing a combination of classic Mercedes style, luxury, and futurism, there are four models in this category:
- AMG Project One
- F 015 Luxury Concept
- Vision Maybach 6 Coupe
- Maybach 6 Cabriolet
Now we’ve seen the full lineup, which have caught our attention?
Firstly, we think the E-Class deserves our plaudits already because it has somehow mastered the balance between the C-Class and the S-Class. For those who don’t know Mercedes models too well, this means a combination of size, affordability, luxury, and technological equipment. Currently, in the United States, the E-Class is the ONLY model with a wagon, sedan, coupe, and convertible body, and there’s a reason why.
Much of the attention has been on the brand-new GLE Class, but we still love the GLC (which has gone through a facelift for launch this year). Having been launched in 2016, it’s perhaps not old enough for wide-scale changes, but this doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the improved rear and front ends. In 2018, this compact SUV found its way onto 70,000 driveways across the country and we think the 2020 iteration will do just as well.
Thirdly, we had to mention only the second complete model to come directly from the AMG team. With this new model, we’ve been told to expect aerodynamic changes and improvements to the design. What’s more, there’s new taillights and headlights in addition to a new rear diffuser. For those who value design, there’s even new paint schemes to differentiate from the earlier model.
With this, we see that Mercedes continues to build for the future while still growing from the reliable and trusty foundations that have allowed the name to become recognizable the world over!