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Mercedes-Maybach E-Class To Be Unveiled Next Year

Last month a heavily camouflaged prototype under the Mercedes-Benz E-Class shell was spotted cruising the streets. There was something special with it though. It was longer than the standard version of the range. The area between the B-pillar and the C-pillar was stretched. The C-pillar also carried a window hidden beneath the camo, indicating a design similar to the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class. With those clues, plus the hints of Mercedes-Benz USA CEO Steve Cannon in his interviews with several sources in the past, the spotted car might be the Mercedes-Maybach E-Class. According to an update from Autocar, the Mercedes-Maybach E-Class will be officially unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show, which will… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz Considers Separate SUV Line

Mercedes-Benz already unveiled its Concept Coupe SUV at the Beijing Motor Show last Easter. Spy photos of the vehicle have been making their rounds online as well. Presently, there is no confirmation yet about its production version’s release date or its production model’s name. So far, what we know is that it will be the “MLC” based on various reports online, but that remains a speculation as of the moment. Mercedes-Benz R&D Chief Reveals Future Plans for the Concept Coupe SUV According to Auto News’ interview with Dr. Thomas Weber, the R&D chief of the Mercedes-Benz brand and a member of Daimler’s board, they are planning to introduce a new… Continue Reading »


Concept Coupe SUV Revealed by Daimler CEO

Daimler CEO Dr. Dieter Zetsche revealed yesterday that Mercedes-Benz would be presenting a new concept vehicle at the upcoming Beijing Motor Show. In a few weeks, the prestigious brand of Daimler will unveil its Concept Coupe SUV. This will provide everyone a preview of what they can expect from the new MLC-Class of the brand. Rumors about the Mercedes Concept Coupe SUV have been circulating online since last year. However, the project was only recently confirmed. According to AutoBlog, the new SUV will adopt the platform of the ML model. Thus, it will be produced in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA alongside the other M-Class variants. Although Daimler did not reveal a… Continue Reading »


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