Instead of only replacing its A-Class and B-Class models with new hatchbacks for the next-generation of the compact duo, Mercedes-Benz will be introducing an entire family of new compact cars based around a single innovative platform. This new family will include regular hatchback models, which we’ve already seen testing in prototype form on several occasions, as well as a new coupe and SUV and possibly even a sedan, convertible or shooting brake. The best part is that the new entry-level Mercedes-Benz models will be sold in the U.S. for the first time. The information was revealed by...
Report: Handful Of New Maybach Models Coming
There's slow-selling and then there's Maybach. Moving a paltry 200 cars from its factories last year, the Maybach brand is still failing to achieve the reach and appeal of the established classic ultra-luxury brands Bentley and Rolls-Royce. The truth remains that Maybach’s sales are far below...Viknesh Vijayenthiran