The Prancing Horse’s first SUV will make its official debut in September.
The all-wheel-drive crossover will launch next year and have a range in excess of 300 miles.
Instead of reimagining the crossover, Mercedes chose to improve and modernize it.
The biggest Defender comes with one of two new turbocharged six-cylinder.
The top-of-the-line SUV’s EcoBoost V-6 will bring the Bronco within striking distance of the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.
Three of them are hybrids.
The hulking four-wheeler will be on sale late this summer with a starting price of $149,990.
Stretched by 7.1 inches, the 550 hp model variant offers optional 22-way adjustable seats and 24 billion trim combinations.
Just 96 versions of the car are being made.