Mercedes-Benz takes its newest creations to the 2018 Paris Motor Show. The new B-Class, yet unrevealed, the new GLE and the new Mercedes-AMG A 35 4MATIC will all be there for what will be there first public appearance.
Built on the values and traditions of the M family, the GLE proudly stands as the company’s best-selling SUV. With superior off-road credentials than any of its predecessors, the high-ride vehicle combines generous space, latest technology, exquisite comfort and mighty abilities in order to continue along the path that it has inherited from its SUV ancestors.
The future B-Class compact car will come with more dynamic styling than those before, greater agility and comfort as well. Mercedes-Benz promises even more space onboard its compact. The car is set to get the company’s artificial intelligence-based MBUX system that made its debut with the A-Class.
Presented just last week, the Mercedes-AMG A 35 4MATIC is the new entry-level model in the high-performance AMG family. The hot hatch is set in motion by a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder turbo engine that provides it with 306 horsepower. The engineers have reworked the bodyshell, the suspension, the all-wheel drive system, the transmission and the drive programs to grant it with a bold personality, the next best thing to the A 45.
The A family takes another star to Paris, the Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan, introduced in July.
At the 2018 Paris Motor Show, Mercedes also brings the Mercedes-AMG GT 43 4MATIC+ 4-door Coupe, with a design, tech and equipment similar to those of the more potent GT 53 4MATIC+, revealed last March at the Geneva Motor Show.
Mercedes takes the first EQ brand representative to the City of Lights as well. The EQC, the first all-electric standard-production model of the new brand starts a new era of the premium electromobility.
The EQ Silver Arrow show car, inspired by the record-breaking W 125 from 1937, driven then by Rudolf Caracciola, brings the emotional factor to the company’s stand.