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  • Mercedes-Benz at Consumer Electronics Show 2019: US première for the EQC 400 4MATIC.
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    Mercedes-Benz at Consumer Electronics Show 2019.

    EQC 400 4MATIC:
    Stromverbrauch kombiniert: 22,2 kWh/100 km;
    CO₂-Emissionen kombiniert: 0 g/km.4

Highlight of the fair is the new CLA.

Daimler’s trade fair exhibition at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (CES; 8 to 11 January 2019) will be focussing fully on the outlook on the future of mobility. Highlights include the world premiere of the new CLA, US premieres of the battery-electric EQC as well as the revolutionary Vision URBANETIC mobility concept plus essential news about the Daimler Trucks’ strategy for automated trucks. After the Mercedes-Benz press conference, Sajjad Khan, Member of the Divisional Board of Mercedes-Benz Cars, CASE and Vice President Digital Vehicle & Mobility, will be giving an insight into the current developments within the context of the Daimler-wide CASE digitalisation strategy – Connected, Autonomous, Shared & Service and Electric Drive. In the afternoon, Wilfried Porth, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Human Resources and Director of Labour Relations at Daimler AG’s Mercedes-Benz Vans, will be explaining the future of mobility using Vision URBANETIC as an example.


Mercedes-Benz at Consumer Electronics Show 2019: The new CLA (C 118) is one of the exhibition highlights.
Mercedes-Benz at Consumer Electronics Show 2019: The new CLA (C 118) features the evolved Mercedes-Benz User Experience.

Next development stage for the MBUX.

The new CLA will be showcased to the global public for the very first time, featuring its evolved MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) infotainment system, a technological innovation that premiered at CES in 2018. New functions have already been added a mere 12 months later. As a result, the new CLA Coupé is not only the most emotional vehicle of its class, it is also a highly intelligent automotive specimen: the new CLA offers a number of clever solutions, from the MBUX Interior Assistant that identifies operation requests on the basis of movements to lend the vehicle interior a certain level of intelligence, to augmented reality for navigation and the ability to understand indirect voice commands as well as ENERGIZING COACH featuring individual fitness recommendations.


US premiere of the EQC.

The EQC will be celebrating its US premiere – the first purely battery-electric Mercedes-Benz EQ series production model as a symbol for the start of a new mobility era at Daimler. Visually the crossover SUV is a pioneer of avant-garde electric aesthetics, representing an impressive combination of convenience, quality and everyday suitability. These elements are accompanied by dynamic performance, thanks to two electric motors at the front and rear axles with a combined output of 300 kW. Thanks to a sophisticated operating strategy, the EQC delivers an electric range of over 450 kilometres according to NEDC (provisional figures).


Mercedes-Benz at Consumer Electronics Show 2019: US première of the EQC 400 4MATIC with an electric range of over 450 km.
  • Mercedes-Benz at Consumer Electronics Show 2019: Vision Urbanetic – a completely new mobility concept.
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Visionary mobility concept.

The Vision URBANETIC will also be celebrating its US premiere – a completely new mobility concept for demand-based, efficient and sustainable mobility. The visionary concept is based on an autonomously driving, electrically driven chassis suitable for bodies intended to transport passengers or cargo. The fully network-compatible Vision URBANETIC forms part of an ecosystem in which logistics companies, local public transport companies as well as private individuals can digitally send their transport requests across urban environments.


The concept reduces traffic volume, relieves inner-city infrastructure and contributes to a new, urban quality of life. The show car also demonstrates how an innovative and intelligent UI/UX design can maintain the smooth functioning of mobility even without a driver.


Mercedes-Benz at Consumer Electronics Show 2019: The Mercedes-Benz exhibition stand.

Experience the CES with the live streams.

The Mercedes-Benz Cars press conference will start on the first press day, 8 January, at 11 am (CET -9 hours) at the Mercedes-Benz exhibition stand. The press conference, subsequent insight into CASE with Sajjad Khan (8 January, 2 pm (CET -9 hours)) and Wilfried Porth’s presentation about the future of mobility (8 January, 3.30 am (CET -9 hours)) can also be viewed as part of multi-angle live streams on Mercedes me media at media.mercedes-benz.com/ces2019. This is where you will also find press materials, images and video clips relating to Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Cars and Mercedes-Benz Vans at CES via the permanently updated Mediahub.