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Mercedes-Benz line-up for Geneva Motor Show revealed

Mercedes-Benz line-up for Geneva Motor Show revealed
Bilal Firfiray Bilal Firfiray Thursday 23 February 2017, 19:17 PM

Mercedes-Benz has revealed a line-up of 34 cars for the upcoming 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The 87th Geneva Motor Show will start from March 7.

The German manufacturer will debut the new generation E-Class Cabriolet at the Geneva, which will complete the E-Class family. The new-generation E-Class was unveiled last year, which was followed by the Estate and All-Terrain. The E-Class coupe joined in early this year at the Detroit Motor Show.

The opulent Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet will be gracing the stage with its presence as well. The India-bound updated GLA-Class will also make its European debut. Other cars showcasing their flair will include special editions of the Mercedes-Benz SL and the SLC. Also making its second appearance after Paris Motor Show will be the X-Class Concept; along with the Mercedes-Benz Vans. The Smart, on the other hand, will showcase two special models namely fortwo cabrio Brabus edition 2 and forfour crosstown edition.

Mercedes-Benz’s electric sub-brand will have an "EQ Lane". It will flow through the entire stand in the form of a black, shining trail, equipped with lights and media technology showcasing the new product brand which is entirely focused on electric mobility. The Concept EQ and EV vehicle range will be showcased as well. The visitors can also witness a unique ‘Silver Flow’ atmosphere at the Mercedes-Benz stand, which is a structural sculpture floating above the show stand, along with VR experience of EQ and connected mobility.

From the Mercedes-AMG, we can see the ‘Edition 50’ vehicles in all their glory. Apart from the new additions to the Edition 50 celebrations which include AMG GT C Roadster Edition 50, C63 S Cabriolet Ocean Blue Edition and C43 Coupe Night Edition; there will be E63 S Estate making its world premiere at the Geneva.


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