Mercedes-Benz is combining two classes of vehicle – each with its own distinct style – to make a new model, the Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupé. Photographed by Oliver Roggenbuck. #mbsocialcar [Mercedes-Benz GLE 400 4MATIC | combined fuel consumption 8.9-8.7 l/100km | combined CO2 emission 207–199 g/km | http://mb4.me/efficiency_statement]
Maximum open-air performance for the C-Class with the new Mercedes-AMG C 63 and C 63 S Cabriolets. [Combined fuel consumption 9.3-8.9 l/100km | combined CO2 emission 218-208 g/km | http://mb4.me/efficiency_statement]
The new Mercedes-AMG is handcrafted by racers and has driving performance for car enthusiasts. It has everything you would expect from a sports car—from the characteristic styling and thoroughbred motorsport technology to the optimum weight distribution.
As the only full-fledged seven-seater in the European premium SUV segment the Mercedes-Benz GLS boasts ample spaciousness and combines luxury with impressive levels of comfort, agile dynamics and also best-in-class safety.