Mercedes to display E-class all-terrain at Auto Expo

  • Published On: 29 December 2017
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The German car-maker will showcase many models including the E-class all-terrain and Maybach S 650.

India’s most popular luxury car brand Mercedes has given out its list of cars it will showcase at the Auto Expo. The huge display will include several new cars, but the crowd-pullers will be the E-class all-terrain and the estate models. Mercedes will also introduce these models sometime next year. Other big showcases will be the Maybach S 650 and the Concept EQ.

E-class All-Terrain

The All-Terrain version of the upcoming E-Class will come equipped with stronger-looking bumpers, body-cladding and underbody protection. All of which will suit the all-terrain nature that is intended. Furthermore, the car will also have large 19-inch wheels and increased ride height. The air-suspension on the car will also allow for adjustability of the ride height depending on the tarmac. This car is targeted at buyers looking for off-road capability.

Mercedes-Maybach S 650

The German carmaker is looking at strengthening its response in India with its most high-spec offering at the Auto Expo. Powering it is the same 6.0-litre V12 motor used by the S65. This engine puts out 630hp and 1000Nm of torque. In addition to this, the cabin is loaded with wood bits all over the inside.

Mercedes EQ concept

The Mercedes EQ will also be present at the Auto Expo and will most definitely be the star of the show at the carmaker’s stand at the Auto Expo. The EQ concept was first unveiled at the Paris motor show and is a platform to show the carmaker’s effort in the advancing electric vehicle space.

Apart from the above three models, Mercedes’ line-up at the Auto Expo will include the new E 350d and C 250d Edition C sedans. The brand will also showcase the GLA 220d, GLC 220d and GLS 350d. Another interesting car at Mercedes’ stand will be an F1 car.

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