The Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 e 4MATIC & GLE 350 de plug-in hybrids are now on sale with first deliveries expected in summer 2020. The GLE 350 de has an all-electric range of 66 miles (based on the old NEDC test cycle).
The new GLC 300 e 4MATIC is now on sale in both SUV and Coupé bodystyles. Prices start from £49,687 for the GLC 300 e AMG Line, and £52,562 for the GLC 300 e Coupé.
The GLC 300 e features a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine paired with a 13.5 kWh battery. The combustion engine can produce 155 hp and 350 Nm, while the electric motor adds an additional 122 hp and 700 Nm.
The battery gives an all-electric range of 29 miles (NEDC), while delivering up to 117.7 mpg and emitting just 54 g/km of CO2.
The 13.5 kW battery and 7.4kw on-board charger means the GLC 300 e can be charged via a 7.4 kW wallbox in under two hours.
A 9G-TRONIC PLUS nine-speed automatic transmission comes as standard, and there are four model lines available.
The Mercedes-Benz GLE 350 de plug-in hybrid has now been added to the GLE SUV line-up, with prices starting from £61,360 for the AMG Line equipment line. AMG Line Premium will cost £64,860, and AMG Line Premium Plus is available from £68,360.
The GLE 350 de features a 2.0-litre diesel engine which generates 194 hp and 400 Nm, paired with a 31.2 kWh battery which adds an additional 136 hp and 440 Nm to the car’s overall output. The GLE 350 de has an all-electric range of 66 miles (NEDC), meaning it can achieve up to 256.8 mpg on the combined cycle and emits just 29 g/km of CO2.
A 7.4 kW combined on-board charger comes as standard, allowing the battery to charge from 10 to 100 per cent in 3.25 hours.