Changes to 2021 Mercedes-Benz Models Bring New Flagship Sports Car, Sedan, and SUV to Showrooms
Distilled to its core classes, the Mercedes-Benz lineup includes 16 different cars, SUVs, and vans. But within each, wide varieties of body styles, powertrains, and equipment make it seems as though the choices are endless.
For 2021, Mercedes adds a hot new 720-horsepower version of its AMG GT sports car, an ultra-plush version of its GLS SUV, and a completely redesigned version of its S-Class sedan. The entry-level GLA SUV is also redesigned, and the long anticipated EQC electric SUV might finally go on sale.
Across the Mercedes lineup, the company’s Active Brake Assist technology (think: automatic emergency braking on steroids) is standard, and the optional Driver Assistance Package adds several active systems related to speed, steering, and parking. New Dashcam technology now included with the available augmented video navigation system in selected models.
Other changes to individual model lines are listed below in alphabetical order.