Mercedes-Benz Concept Coupe SUV previews BMW X6 rival

While BMW is busy working on the second-generation X6, Mercedes-Benz has finally released first details about their competitor in the form of a Concept Coupe SUV.

Details are limited, but the Concept Coupe SUV is based on the M-Class, which is currently going through a facelift.

The Concept Coupe SUV will debut later this month at the Beijing Motor Show and if Mercedes is to follow their recent strategies with concept cars, then we should expect to see the production spec model very soon.

The new model is likely called MLC and will be built in United States at the Tuscaloosa, Alabama factory alongside the M-Class.

The new model looks more aggressive than the standard M-Class, featuring a coupe like profile with more sloping roofline and a raked windscreen.

Engine line-up will carry over from the M-Class, but most likely only the top units.


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