Pic of the Week: March 25th-31st 2019 – Juls Bi & Mercedes-Benz GLE

Awesome ‘n’ stylish blonde Italian socialite Juls Bi is fabolous ‘n’ sexy in a brand new supercharged Mercedes-Benz GLE suv (Milan, March 9th 2019)
Juls Bi & Mercedes-Benz GLE on Ridin'GirlsBlog

Non sono la tipica ragazza che ama essere portata in macchina, spesso ho chiesto di poter guidare io (anche perché non sempre mi fidavo 😂)

Mi piace guidare e li viene fuori il maschiaccio che c’è in me, amo le auto sportive, quelle che quando ‘schiacci a tavoletta’ ti viene la pelle d’oca 😆

E voi preferite guidare o essere portarti?
#sarurday #car #mercedes #mercedesbenz #supercar #cargasm #blonde #maranell #carlifestyle #fashion #fashionlook #ig_milan #ig_italy #igersitalia #model #iphone #milano

The Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class, formerly Mercedes-Benz M-Class, is a midsize luxury SUV produced by the German automaker Mercedes-Benz since 1997. In terms of size, it is slotted in between the smaller GLC-Class (based on the C-Class) and the larger GLS-Class, with which it shares platforms.
For a short time, between 1999 and 2002, the M-Class was also built by Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria, for the European market, before all the production moved to the U.S. plant near Vance, Alabama. From late 2012, the M-Class was also assembled at new plants in India and Indonesia.
In 2006, development began on the next-generation M-Class and spanned over a period of 5 years, a much shorter duration than its predecessor. In 2008, the final design by Emiel Burki was approved and patented domestically on 16 December 2008 (U.S. design patent filed on 15 June 2009). The newly redesigned M-class (chassis name W166) was introduced in pre-production form 10 June 2011 as a 2012 model. The first customer-designated W166 rolled off the Vance production line on 20 July. It is moderately refined, taking styling cues from the new generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class. An increase in rear seat legroom has been implemented, alongside adjustable rear back-rests. It was to be launched in September 2011.
New features in the 2012 M-Class include an updated 7G-Tronic Plus seven-speed automatic transmission to provide improved fuel economy, optional Adaptive Cruise Control (Distronic Plus), Active Lane Departure Warning System, and an adjustable-height air suspension (AirMatic). An ACTIVE CURVE SYSTEM with active anti-roll bars for body roll compensation was introduced.
The W166 was one of the last vestiges of the joint venture between Daimler and Chrysler while they were a consolidated company. DaimlerChrysler developed the core platform and technology, benefitting from Chrysler’s strong SUV sales and R&D domestically. The underlying platform work was largely completed in 2006, as the two companies were separated. Chrysler uses the same platform to power the Jeep Grand Cherokee (WK2) and Dodge Durango. Because of the separation however, the cars are extremely different in terms of interior and body design as well as engine choices. Aside from engines, the three SUVs share many powertrain components, including some transmissions.
Since April 2015, the M-Class has been renamed to GLE-Class.

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