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First 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Long Wheelbase Rolls Off Chinese Facility

The first 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Long Wheelbase, which was created mainly for the Chinese market, rolled off the production line recently, as indicated on a gtspirit.com report. The luxury vehicle is the first C-Class with a long wheelbase, and is set to enter the market in China by September. Hubertus Troska, Daimler board member, said over 150,000 units of the C-Class were purchased by customers, and China is already the second-biggest market of the luxury vehicle. He added that the company has taken the next step, which is to design and develop a luxury vehicle for the Chinese market. The long-wheelbase is expected to be among the top growth drivers… Continue Reading »

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2015 Mercedes C-Class LWB Model Launched in 2014 Beijing Motor Show

If you think that the new Mercedes Concept Coupe SUV is already amazing, here’s another treat from Mercedes-Benz. Another car that was launched during the 2014 Beijing Motor Show was the 2015 Mercedes C-Class LWB (long-wheelbase) version. Based on the press release of Mercedes-Benz, the new Mercedes C-Class LWB measures 4,766 millimeters long and its wheelbase is at 2,920 mm. That’s an 80 mm increase in length and another 80 mm increase in its width. The rear passenger seat is also widened by around 25 mm. The car will be mass-produced by Beijing Benz, which is 50 percent owned by Daimler AG and 50 percent owned by BAIC Group. Basically,… Continue Reading »

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Long-Wheelbase Model For Mercedes-Benz C-Class Planned

A long-wheelbase model will be developed by Mercedes-Benz for the Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan for the Chinese market, according to a recent report on Reuters. Thomas Weber, development head of Mercedes-Benz Cars, said the development is part of the plans of the luxury vehicle manufacturer in rolling out production of the best-selling model of the company in the last six months in four continents. The factories of Daimler in China, South Africa, the United States and Germany are being prepared by Daimler in manufacturing the next-generation models of the C-Class. It will utilize a modular production system that will allow it to produce different versions suitable for local markets. Among the… Continue Reading »

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