The A-Class grows up and is scheduled to become larger and offer more space. The interiors will be revolutionary for a car of its class. Engines will be retuned as well
development. The basic GLE will weigh less than two tons and is rumoured to skip all-wheel drive in favour of lower weight. BMW is doing so and is offering its entry-level X5 with rear-wheel drive only. While getting a sharper and edgier design, better aerodynamics will lower the co-efficient of drag from 0.32 to 0.30. Refined and all-new engines are going to reduce consumption by twenty per cent.
The A-Class in its new gen avatar will be far more extravagent as compared to the existing model. It will be larger and will sport a rather sharp design language. But what will change substantially is the interior. It will adopt the large twin-screen display system much like the flagship sedan, the A-Class. This will give it a more premium feel. Engine will be completely revised as well.