In the spotlight in Geneva: Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet and Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet

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What is set to be the world’s most expensive and exclusive off-roader, the Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet will be the star of the Geneva Motor Show, that debuts next week. The all-new E-Class Cabriolet will also take center stage in Switzerland.

Mercedes is extending the E-Class family with a drop-top variant set to make its debut next week in Geneva. Descending 150 mm from the height of the sedan, the E-Class Cabriolet comes with an enhanced sporty nature and stiffer settings to match. A 20-second operation will hide or raise the three-layer fully automated canvas roof.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet Geneva Motor Show

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The company’s latest pride and joy, the Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet, targeting the world’s rich and extravagant will get plenty of attention in Geneva. The high-ride drop top has been presented as the perfect safari ride under the Middle East or South African blistering sun. Hopefully, the VIP passengers of the rear seats, benefitting from their private entertainment system and hot-stone massage functions shall wear sunscreen.

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The newly updated Mercedes-Benz GLA will celebrate its first time on European territory in Switzerland. Dynamic and sporty, the GLA was the first compact SUV from the Stuttgart-based company, sent onto the road back in 2013, as a breath of fresh air on the market and it still is that today. No other rival currently on the market offers a larger selection of engines in the segment – from the Mercedes-Benz GLA 180 d base model with 109 HP all the way to the 381 HP Mercedes-AMG GLA 45 4MATIC.

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Mercedes-Benz has recently introduced the SLC RedArd Edition and the SL designo Edition, attractive trim lines of the company’s roadsters, that are already on their way to showrooms worldwide. Particular styling in red and yellow, together with the special edition logo, highlight the exclusivity of the models.

Yet in a concept form, set to show up on the road and in the off-road, the Mercedes-Benz X-Class is the premium company’s first official pick-up. Officially shown in Stockholm and based on Nissan’s own Navara, the X-Class will come in two trim lines: the powerful adventurer and the stylish explorer.

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