The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE is not your father's GLE.
The redesigned midsize crossover boasts a roomier interior, a range of engines, a high-tech all-wheel-drive system and suite of semi-autonomous technologies.
It will debut at the Paris auto show in October and go on sale in the U.S. next year. Pricing was not disclosed.
The 2020 GLE marks the fourth generation of Mercedes' midsize crossover, originally named the M class. Mercedes renamed it the GLE in 2015 when it introduced a freshened model under a new naming convention for its cars and light trucks.
U.S. sales of the GLE have dropped 11 percent this year in a midsize luxury crossover segment that has grown 2.5 percent.