Mercedes-Benz will showcase six world premieres at the Geneva 2019 tomorrow. The all-new CLA Shooting Brake and the EQV Concept will keep the facelifted Mercedes-Benz GLC company in Switzerland.
The Mercedes-Benz show starts at 8.45 a.m. (local time) in Hall 6. The final countdown has already begun and the show can be watched live here: https://media.mercedes-benz.com/gims2019.
One of the world premieres brought by Mercedes-Benz in Geneva is the CLA Shooting Brake, soon after the reveal of the Coupe this past January. The model comes with the latest driving assistance systems, taken straight from the upper classes, but also with the highest level of active safety in the segment.
On the list there is also the world’s first electric MPV. The EQV Concept is based on the V-Class conventional model, but provides emission-free driving, combined with performance and multifunctionality.
The V-Class, introduced at the beginning of 2019, will also be present on the stage in Geneva.
The Mercedes-Benz GLC, introduced last week, will make a stand at the first grand European motor show as well.
The stand will also host the Formula E showcar that will race in the 2019/2020 season. The racer is based on the technology provided by the EQ subbrand.
The tiniest of them all is the smart forease+, the concept car that takes the brand a step further to its goal: to offer an exclusively electric range by 2022.
Mercedes has also prepared several special editions for Geneva 2019: the SL 500 Grand Edition, the exclusive S 65 Final Edition will be there for the guests of the motor show.