At the Geneva International Motor Show this year’s (7 – 17 March), Mercedes-Benz is showcasing a full bandwidth of top-flight automotive technology.

The main eye-catcher is the new CLA Shooting Brake, but beside this is the Concept EQV which provides an insight into how Mercedes-Benz Vans see the future of battery-powered people movers in the premium segment. Other world premieres include the facelifted Mercedes-Benz GLC, the AMG GLE 53 4MATIC+ and the AMG GT R Roadster.

Four special models are also being presented for the first time: the SLC 300 and the AMG S 65, each as Final Edition, as well as the SL 500 Grand Edition and the CLA 200 Edition 1 Orange Art.

Looking forward, two further world premieres in Geneva provide a further glimpse of the future: The Formula E show car represents the entry of the Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E team into the ABB FIA Formula E Championship in the 2019/2020 season. The series provides the ideal platform for demonstrating the performance capabilities of the battery-electric vehicles from the EQ technology brand. The smart brand is presenting not only a ground breaking design show car, but is also confirming its position as a pioneer of comprehensive mobility offerings with the its latest smart forease+.

Ref: https://media.daimler.com/marsMediaSite/en/instance/ko.xhtml?relId=1001&resultInfoTypeId=175&oid=42714392&fromOid=42714392&borders=true

Added: 13 March 2019

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