The focus of Mercedes-Benz’s presence at this year’s Geneva Motor Show lies squarely on the world premiere of the E-Class Cabriolet.
The open-top four-seater is the latest member to join the successful E-Class family, which has been completely renewed over the past year and includes the E-Class Sedan, E-Class Wagon, E-Class Coupe and E- Class All-Terrain (not available in the North American market).
The E-Class Cabriolet combines pure, sensual design with high levels of comfort on long journeys for four people and state-of- the-art technology.
For the first time in Geneva it is also possible to see a new, exceptional variant of the legendary off-road icon, the G-Class, in the guise of the Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet (not planned for the North American market).
The new GLA celebrates its European debut with an extended range of engines, updated equipment lines and specific visual highlighting applied to the design of both the interior and exterior.
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Among the 34-vehicle lineup being presented at the show are special models of the Mercedes-Benz SL and SLC. With the Concept X-CLASS, Mercedes-Benz Vans is providing a glimpse of its new pickup model, the X-Class (not planned for the U.S. market). smart, meanwhile, has two special models on display, namely the fortwo cabrio BRABUS edition #2 and the forfour crosstown edition.
As part of its 50th anniversary, Mercedes-AMG provides a glimpse of an alternative drive concept with a stunning new show car. In addition, four other AMG models will celebrate their world premiere: the E63 S Wagon, AMG GT C Roadster ‘Edition 50,’ C63 S Cabriolet ‘Ocean Blue Edition’ and AMG Performance Studio Package-equipped C43 Coupe (known as the “Night Edition” in Europe).
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