Among the German Luxury car manufacturers, Mercedes-Benz has perhaps the strongest hold in the Indian subcontinent. Having recently announced their sales for 2017-18 and reasserting their leadership in the country having sold as many as 16,236 cars. The company, which had sold 13,259 units in 2016-17, also said in the January-March period it sold 4,556 units as against 3,650 units in the year-ago period, up 24.8 per cent.
MUMBAI: Mercedes-Benz, the top luxury-car brand in India, expects to sustain double-digit growth in 2018, provided there aren’t any more policy disruptions during the year to add to the budget proposal to increase the duty on imported kits and components.
To build on the momentum from 2017, when its India sales rose 16% to 15,330 units, Mercedes-Benz will be launching 10 products this year.
German luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz today said it has launched the enhanced version of its flagship product Mercedes-Benz S-Class -- S 350 d diesel, and also the S 450 petrol -- in India at a price starting from Rs 1.33 crore.
While the Mercedes-Benz S 350 d is priced at Rs 1.33 crore, the petrol version S 450 is priced at Rs 1.37 crore, the company said in a statement.
BEIJING: Auto giant Mercedes-Benz's China unit apologised today after its parent company quoted Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama in a social media post on Instagram.
"We are fully aware that the post deeply hurt the feelings of Chinese people, including our Chinese colleagues and we would like to extend the sincerest apology," state-run Global Times quoted the company as saying in a statement.
Daimler's new Mercedes A-Class, unveiled on Friday, includes the German automaker's own machine-learning and voice recognition technology in one of the industry's boldest attempts so far to take on Silicon Valley's finest.
The Mercedes "MBUX" dashboard system to be rolled out across the lineup is about as capable at understanding what you say - and more importantly what you mean - as Amazon's Alexa, Apple's Siri or Alphabet's Google Assistant.
LAS VEGAS: It's the era of connected cars and autonomous driving, and Mercedes-Benz — the German luxury carmaker — intends to roll out a 'robot car' by the year 2021. Interestingly, the company is carrying out a large amount of R&D for autonomous and connected cars at its research lab in India — its biggest development centre outside Germany.
Mercedes-Benz unveiled the BS-VI variant of its flagship S-Class on Friday. The luxury carmaker became the first in India to show preparedness for the commercial launch of a BS-VI compliant model, two years ahead of the regulation.
Roland Folger, managing director (MD) and chief executive at Mercedes-Benz India, said with government incentive, the implementation of the BS-VI norms can be expedited. Mercedes-Benz claimed the new engine produces 68 per cent less nitrous oxides, 82 per cent less particulate matter and betters fuel efficiency by six per cent than the outgoing model.
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