Mercedes-AMG Project One: The AMG midengine hypercar, which debuted in September at the Frankfurt auto show, will arrive in the U.S. in the second half of 2019. The car will use a Formula One-based drivetrain to produce more than 1,000 hp, and it will be priced at about $2.7 million. AMG plans to make 275 of the hypercars during a roughly two-year production run. The U.S. allotment of 55 supercars is already sold out.
GLA: A freshened version of the compact crossover went on sale last summer with improved equipment and revised front, rear and interior styling.
The GLA will be redesigned in the second half of 2020. A plug-in hybrid will begin production in 2020 and a mild-hybrid version will go into production 2021.
GLB: Mercedes will introduce the compact crossover in the second half of 2019. It will be slightly larger than the GLA and built on the MFA platform. A plug-in hybrid and a mild hybrid version are expected to go into production in 2020.
GLC: The GLC will be freshened next year and redesigned in the second half of 2022. The GLC coupe will be freshened in 2020 and redesigned in the second half of 2023.
GLE: The redesigned midsize crossover will go on sale in the U.S. in the first half of 2019. It moves to the company's Modular High Architecture, or MHA, platform. The redesigned GLE coupe is expected in the first half of 2020.
GLS: The large SUV will be redesigned in early 2019 and move to the MHA platform for crossovers and SUVs. After its platform change, the GLS may become a base for an ultraluxury SUV with the Mercedes-Maybach name around the end of the decade.
G class: The 2019 G class, which will go on sale this year, is bigger, lighter and more luxurious than the outgoing version.
The 2019 G class is 2.1 inches longer and 4.8 inches wider than its predecessor. With more extensive use of lightweight materials, the SUV has shed 375 pounds. The suspension — a double-wishbone front axle combined with a rigid rear axle — is the result of work between engineers at Mercedes-Benz and Mercedes-AMG.
The base G class for the U.S. will continue to be the G 550 with a carryover 4.0-liter turbocharged V-8 engine. A new nine-speed automatic with a torque converter specifically adapted for off-road requirements also helps lower fuel consumption.
The 2019 Mercedes-AMG G 63 is powered by a 4.0-liter biturbo V-8, good for 577 hp, and a nine-speed automatic transmission. The high-performance SUV will reach the U.S. by year end.
EQ: Daimler is developing a family of long-range electric vehicles with stand-alone designs that will launch under the EQ subbrand.
The EQC, Mercedes' first electric compact crossover, could arrive in the U.S. in the second half of 2019. The EQC, equipped with two electric motors, claims to have a 310-mile range and can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in less than five seconds.
An electric version of Mercedes' A-class sedan could go on sale in the U.S. in the second half of 2020. The EQA hatchback will ride on the MFA platform and have a range of up to 250 miles on a full charge.
An electric version of the GLB will launch in late 2020; an electric version of the S class could roll out in 2020.
The EQGLE could arrive in 2022, according to mercedesblog.com. The base EQGLE will be rear-wheel drive powered by a 170-kilowatt motor, the site noted. A seven-seat electric GLC could launch in early 2023 and use the electric propulsion system from the EQGLE, according to the site.
Metris: The midsize commercial van is expected to be freshened in the second half of 2019 and redesigned in the second half of 2023.
Sprinter: A redesigned Sprinter large van will go on sale in November. Production of the EV version — eSprinter — could begin in 2019.