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Geneva 2017: The new E-Class Coupé (C 238) combines the beauty and classic virtues of a grand tourer with state-of-the-art technology.

Mercedes-Benz at the Geneva International Motor Show 2017.

The E-Class family is now complete.

  • Mercedes-Benz at the Geneva International Motor Show 2017.

  • 87th Geneva Motor Show: The Highlights.

    Highlights at the Mercedes-Benz Cars stand at the 87th Geneva Motor Show include the new E‑Class Cabriolet as well as the extensively revised GLA. Mercedes-AMG provides a glimpse of the performance of the future with a show car. A visual highlight of the company’s presence at the show is the “EQ Lane”, which flows through the entire stand in the form of a black, shining trail, equipped with lights and media technology.

    Geneva 2017: The new Mercedes-Benz GLA (X 156) is starting the model year 2017 with an extended range of engines and targeted visual accentuation.
    Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet (A 238) in Geneva 2017: The focus of Mercedes-Benz’s presence at the Geneva Motor Show lies squarely on the world premiere of the E‑Class Cabriolet.

    The focus: New E-Class Cabriolet.

    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. After the E‑Class Coupé which also celebrated its premiere in Geneva, the open-top four-seater is the latest member to join the successful model series. The E‑Class family has been completely renewed within a period of a year and alongside both of the two-door models now comprises the world’s most intelligent executive saloon, the Estate model plus the All‑Terrain model. The E‑Class Cabriolet combines a puristic, sensual design with high levels of comfort on long journeys for four people and state-of-the-art technology.

    The focus: New E-Class Cabriolet.

    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. After the E‑Class Coupé which also celebrated its premiere in Geneva, the open-top four-seater is the latest member to join the successful model series. The E‑Class family has been completely renewed within a period of a year and alongside both of the two-door models now comprises the world’s most intelligent executive saloon, the Estate model plus the All‑Terrain model. The E‑Class Cabriolet combines a puristic, sensual design with high levels of comfort on long journeys for four people and state-of-the-art technology.

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet (A 238) in Geneva 2017: The focus of Mercedes-Benz’s presence at the Geneva Motor Show lies squarely on the world premiere of the E‑Class Cabriolet.
    Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet (W 463): Mercedes-Maybach presents a new masterpiece of automotive engineering.

    Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet: Fuel consumption combined: 17.0 l/100 km; combined CO₂ emissions: 397 g/km.*

    Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet.

    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 G 650 Landaulet. It is surely the most exclusive form of stylish open-top motoring. With the new G 650 Landaulet, the off-road classic demonstrates that the definition of unique luxury can always be taken to a new level.

    With its superlative V12 engine, portal axles, electric fabric top and exclusive equipment specification in the rear compartment, the Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet, which is limited to 99 units, meets the expectations of customers who demand the very highest standards of their vehicle.

    The new GLA celebrates European debut.

    The new GLA, meanwhile, is celebrating its European debut with an extended range of engines, specific visual highlighting and updated equipment lines. The expressive design with a clear SUV character remains the most significant reason to buy for most customers. The look of the compact SUV gains considerably in presence, and the body impresses with a significantly more powerful design idiom. The GLA is characterised by its sportily dynamic design idiom, light-footed handling and extensive individualisation range. The previous optional bi-xenon headlamps have made way for soft LED headlamps characterised by a colour temperature similar to daylight.

    Mercedes-Benz GLA (X 156): is starting the coming model year with an extended range of engines and targeted visual accentuation.
    The legendary Mercedes-Benz SL Roadster (R 231) gains even more exclusivity with the designo Edition. The special model is characterised by stylish elements and high-quality materials.
    With attractive editions of its SL (R 231) and SLC (R 172) Roadsters Mercedes-Benz is launching its automotive springtime.

    designo Edition and RedArt Edition.

    Other new products and features making up the total of 34 vehicles being presented at the show include special models of the Mercedes-Benz SL and SLC, among others. The legendary Mercedes-Benz SL Roadster gains even more exclusivity with the new designo Edition. The special model is characterised by stylish elements and high-quality materials on the exterior and interior. The metallic finish in brilliant blue as well as the AMG 10-spoke forged wheels ensure a special exterior look.

    The SLC can be ordered as a particularly dynamic RedArt Edition. Its exciting design and striking details make the RedArt Edition particularly sporty, something that is underlined by the red colour highlights on the exterior and in the interior. The red front splitter, the diamond radiator grille with pins in red and black and the diffuser with red trim lend the SLC RedArt Edition an eye-catching look. The RedArt Edition interior impresses with exclusive upholstery in black leather with silver pearl nappa leather inserts with red contrasting topstitching and the Edition logo embroidered on the head restraint.

    Mercedes-Benz Concept X-CLASS – First outlook on the new pickup bearing the three-pointed star.

    Concrete glimpse of the X-Class.

    With the Concept X‑CLASS, Mercedes-Benz provides a concrete glimpse in Geneva of its new pickup model, the X‑Class. The brand bearing the three-pointed star will become the first premium manufacturer to occupy the promising segment of mid-size pickups. The specially constructed suspension with wide axles, a five-link rear axle with coil springs, and a precisely calibrated spring/damper set-up will ensure a high ride comfort – on the road and off the road. Customers of the X-Class will be able to choose from different equipment scopes to customise the exterior and interior.

    Concrete glimpse of the X-Class.

    With the Concept X‑CLASS, Mercedes-Benz provides a concrete glimpse in Geneva of its new pickup model, the X‑Class. The brand bearing the three-pointed star will become the first premium manufacturer to occupy the promising segment of mid-size pickups. The specially constructed suspension with wide axles, a five-link rear axle with coil springs, and a precisely calibrated spring/damper set-up will ensure a high ride comfort – on the road and off the road. Customers of the X-Class will be able to choose from different equipment scopes to customise the exterior and interior.

    Mercedes-Benz Concept X-CLASS – First outlook on the new pickup bearing the three-pointed star.

    More sports cars from Mercedes-AMG.

    In the new E 63 S 4MATIC+ Estate, Mercedes‑AMG combines the brand’s hallmark Driving Performance with high utility value and the intelligence of the E‑Class. As in the Saloon, the 4.0‑litre V8 biturbo engine with an output of up to 450 kW (612 PS) and the fully variable AMG Performance 4MATIC+ all-wheel drive deliver outstanding driving dynamics.

     

    The new AMG GT C Roadster is available as an exclusively equipped Edition 50 special model in a limited quantity of 500 cars worldwide. It marks the landmark year of the company, which was founded in 1967 and celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2017.

     

    Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster:

    Fuel consumption combined: 11.4 l/100km;

    combined CO₂ emissions: 259 g/km.*

    In the new E 63 S 4MATIC+ Estate (S 213), Mercedes‑AMG combines the brand’s hallmark Driving Performance with high utility value and the intelligence of the E‑Class.

    Mercedes-AMG E 63 S Estate: Fuel consumption combined: 9.1 l/100 km; combined CO₂ emissions: 206 g/km.*

    The Ocean Blue Edition for the C 63 Cabriolet and C 63 S Cabriolet is designed for a particularly design-oriented and fashion-conscious target group and limited to 150 units worldwide.

    Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet: Fuel consumption combined: 8.9 l/100 km; combined CO₂ emissions: 208 g/km.*

    Driving Performance for individualists.

    New Edition models from Mercedes-AMG: The Ocean Blue Edition for the C 63 S Cabriolet is designed for a particularly design-oriented and fashion-conscious target group. The new colour deep ocean blue for the fabric acoustic soft top is exclusively earmarked for this new Edition. The exclusive colour shade is featured on numerous further details on the car, such as the trim strips on the front and rear apron plus the surrounds on the hub caps. The paint finishes designo cashmere white magno and designo selenite grey magno are available for the exterior.

    On the Night Edition for the C 43 4MATIC Cabriolet black details add fine flourishes. The diamond radiator grille sports black dots. The trim strips on the front splitter, on the rear apron and the side skirts are also painted in black. The same applies to the spoiler lip on the boot lid and the tailpipe trim elements on the exhaust system.

    Mercedes-AMG C 43 4MATIC Cabriolet:

    Fuel consumption combined: 8.3 l/100 km;

    combined CO₂ emissions: 190 g/km.*

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    Show stand with “EQ Lane”.

    A visual highlight of the company’s presence at the show is the “EQ Lane”, which flows through the entire stand in the form of a black, shining trail, equipped with lights and media technology. Here, the new product brand EQ shows the entire world of electric mobility, from the Concept EQ and the company’s already electrified vehicle range through to charging stations and energy storage units.

    Show stand with “EQ Lane”.

    A visual highlight of the company’s presence at the show is the “EQ Lane”, which flows through the entire stand in the form of a black, shining trail, equipped with lights and media technology. Here, the new product brand EQ shows the entire world of electric mobility, from the Concept EQ and the company’s already electrified vehicle range through to charging stations and energy storage units.

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