Mercedes-Benz Introduces The GLE Coupé OrangeArt Edition

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Mercedes-Benz Introduces The GLE Coupé OrangeArt Edition

Mercedes-Benz has introduced a new customisation line for its premium coupe-crossover, the GLE Coupe, dubbed the OrangeArt edition. OrangeArt edition GLEs integrate subtle orange highlights in conjunction with selected features such as AMG Line exterior, Night Package and interior upholstery packages.

Customers have a choice of black, polar white, obsidian black, iridium silver, selenite grey or 'Designo' diamond white colours.

Visually, the OrangeArt GLEs will also feature 21-inch AMG 5-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels in a high-gloss black painted finish with orange rim flange, complementing the orange highlights on the front apron. The headlamps of the Intelligent Light System feature a black LED ring.

Inside, the interior highlights include sports seats upholstered in black Nappa leather and Dinamica Microfibre with orange piping and grey topstitching. Floor mats with AMG lettering also feature orange piping while the door panes also carry the same grey topstitching as the seats. The OrangeArt edition also features a three-spoke multifunction steering wheel finished in Nappa leather.

The OrangeArt edition is made available on the GLE 350d (4Matic), 400 (4Matic), 500 (4Matic) variants and AMG GLE 43 (4Matic). Order books for the European markets are now open with the earliest vehicles scheduled to arrive in showrooms at the end of August.

There is currently no confirmation of the OrangeArt edition GLE being made available locally.



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