Mercedes-Benz has stayed busy for model year 2021 by rolling out new and redesigned crossover SUVs and sedans, and upgrading standard and available safety technology. Mercedes-Maybach is back with its first SUV to compete with other ultralux SUVs from Bentley to Lamborghini.
The AMG performance brand typically reserved for the German brand’s priciest models goes downstream with an entry-level 2.0-liter turbo-4, while a new GT coupe opens its four doors to welcome family members. A refreshed E-Class mid-size sedan now comes with a wagon, and a built-in dash cam that can record events in front of the car has been made available across the lineup.
Here are the big changes coming for a 2021 lineup that spans some 29 models.
– Standard blind-spot monitors.
– Standard 64-color ambient lighting.
– Standard 18-inch wheels.
– Available Mercedes-Benz User…