Petrol engines – Understatement is overrated.

Model Cylinder arrangement / number Displacement (cc) Rated output (kW at rpm)[1] Rated torque (Nm at rpm)[1] Top speed (km/h) Fuel consumption combined (litres/100 km)[2] CO2 emissions combined (g/km)[2]
GLE 400 4MATIC V6 2996 – (245/5250–6000) – (480/1600-4000) – (247) – (8.9-8.7) – (207–199)
GLE 450 AMG 4MATIC V6 2996 – (270/5500–6000) – (520/1800– 4000) – (250, electronically limited) – (9.4–8.9) – (219–209)
GLE 500 4MATIC V8 4663 – (335/5.250–5.000) – (700/1800–4000) – (250, electronically limited) – (10.9–10.5) – (254–246)
Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 4MATIC V8 5461 – (410/5750) – (700/1750–5500) – (250, electronically limited) – (11.9) – (278)
Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S 4MATIC V8 5461 – (430/5500) – (760/1750–5250) – (250, electronically limited) – (11.9) – (278)

A tribute to the dynamics.

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Figures in brackets apply to vehicles with automatic transmission.

[1] Figures for rated output and rated torque pursuant to Directive 595/2009/EEC in the currently applicable version.

[2] The figures shown for fuel consumption and CO2 emissions were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring methods (section 2 nos. 5, 6, 6a Pkw-EnVKV as amended). The figures are not based on an individual vehicle and do not constitute part of the product offer; they are provided solely for purposes of comparison between different vehicle models.

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