Mercedes-AMG has announced the launch of the GLS and GLS GLC models, which are expected to launch in 2018 and 2019 respectively.
The Mercedes-AMS GLS will be the world’s first compact sedan to be fitted with the AMG’s new Active Lift Technology, and the GLC GLS sports a revised body style to make it the world first all-wheel drive Mercedes-based sports car.
Mercedes-AMX-classThe Mercedes AMX-Class will be introduced as the world debut of the new AMX platform in 2018.
The AMX is a full-size crossover SUV offering up to 90% of the fuel consumption of a conventional SUV, including up to a 15% lower emissions per kilometre, and is expected to be available in all markets, including the US, Canada, and Mexico.
The AMX also has a number of new design elements including a new roofline, a new rear bumper, a more aerodynamic hood, new underbody panels, a revised interior and a new front fascia.
The new AMx also comes with a new adaptive cruise control and an improved powertrain, along with a range of other changes.
The 2018 model is the first AMX to be powered by an all-new, advanced lithium-ion battery pack, and it will be available with either an 8.0-liter V8 engine or a 4.0L V6 engine.
The 2018 AMX will come standard with a seven-speed manual transmission, and will be offered with a rearview camera for more visual information.
The next-generation AMX, which is expected in 2020, will be a six-door SUV, and also feature a rear-wheel-drive system.
It will also come with the option to choose between a seven and a six speed manual transmission.
The 2017 AMX comes with an all new all-season suspension system, including a revised coilover setup, new brake pads, new front and rear shocks, and a longer wheelbase.
The 2019 AMX replaces the 2017 AMZ.
The new AMZ will come with a six cylinder engine, and sports a seven speed manual.
The 2019 AMZ is also expected to come with new all season suspension and a rear spoiler.
The future of the AMX segmentThe new 2018 AMZ-based SUV is expected for production sometime between 2021 and 2023.
This is the third model to be launched for the AMZ platform, which was introduced in 2019 and will compete against the new Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Silverado 1500.
The second model, the 2019 AMS, was launched in 2018, and was also a direct competitor to the F-Series.
The upcoming 2019 AML, which will also compete against its predecessor, will also be available for the first time in 2019.
The upcoming 2019 will feature a number other new design features, including new underfloor designs, and new air conditioning and LED lighting.
The 2021 AMZ and the 2019 models will be made by AMG, the parent company of Mercedes-Daimler.
Mercedes-Ams AMG will offer the 2018 and 2021 AMX models in the US.
The US AMZ has been launched at the same time as the 2019, and as a result, the US AMG-branded AMXs will not compete with the European variants.
Mercedes will also offer the 2021 AMG in the European market.
A number of Mercedes AMG models will also feature an optional optional second seat, which can be purchased as an option.
A second seat can be located on the rear of the driver’s seat.
The two-door AMG model, which currently features a six seat layout, will see a major refresh.
The 2017 model was already equipped with a retractable rear spoiler, while the 2018 model had a standard rear spoiler with a folding hinge.
The rear seatback is now available with an optional folding seat back.
The roofline is now wider, with a wider rear area, and features a wider width front and back, with an overall width of 37cm (14.5in).
The new rear roofline will offer more space to the rear passengers and luggage space.
The roofline has a greater capacity than the current roofline of 20 litres.
The revised body shape is similar to the AMGL-Class, and while the overall body shape will retain the same proportions, the front and side fascia will have a higher width, and overall width will increase to 40cm (13.7in).
The width of the roofline can also be adjusted.
The redesigned front fascias are now also available in the 2018 AMGL and AMGL GLC, and offer wider widths, a longer length, and an overall wider width.
The lower wing has also been revised to offer greater horizontal clearance for passengers and cargo.
The interior has been re-designed, and this is expected be the first year Mercedes- AMG has designed an interior with a modern, minimalist look