MERCEDES-BENZ looks forward to surpassing itself next week at the Paris Motor Show (4-14 October), when spectators will see the world premieres of the new GLE, the B-Class and the Mercedes-AMG A 35 4MATIC, as well as the first audience show it appearance of the battery-electric Mercedes-Benz EQC, the EQ Silver Arrow showcar inspired by the W 125 from 1937, and the A-Class sedan.
The company thus demonstrates a broad profile of cars to make a variety of statements about the current production of cars and what will come in the near and far future.
The best-selling SUV from Mercedes-Benz, the GLE, continues to evolve with emerging technologies and customer needs.
One of the most important innovations that is constantly refined in this vehicle is the driver assistance system, which refers to a trend that many brands will emphasize at the fair.
In concrete terms, the GLE model Mercedes will present a new user interface this year.
The sporty B-Class that will be shown in October is "more dynamic than its predecessor and … more agile and offers more comfort." This model offers style, safety and luxury, as well as a state-of-the-art multimedia and driver assistance system.
As far as the Mercedes-AMG A 35 4MATIC is concerned, Mercedes considers this model as the 'starting point in the world of driving performance & # 39 ;, meaning that it is designed for people with a passion for driving.
The model is powerful, dynamic and sporty with a focus on driving for pleasure rather than use.
Meanwhile, the smart brand show car will be a model that nods to the brand's 20-year anniversary, while the Mercedes-Benz EQ brand will bring the avant-garde Silver Arrow with one seat, especially to attract an audience, as well as the EQC, the debut of all standard electric production models of the company.
The A-Class sedan, the compact premium entry-level model of the brand, will also be on display. – AFP Relaxnews