The Mercedes-Benz G-Class has an incredible heritage that started decades ago. Its success has led this class to be the longest produced Mercedes-Benz in history, starting in 1979. Now, 34 years later, we see an addition to the famous G-Class lineup, the GLA.
This new crossover from Mercedes has been teased by the German automaker themselves before it’s Frankfurt unveiling. These sketches show a crossover similar to the concept that was presented to us in April. In the sketches, we see larger headlights and a smaller grille. Also, foglights are placed outside of the bottom grille insert. Though, these are minor details and the overall appearance of the GLA in the sketches looks incredibly similar to the concept.
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