So an online Mercedes Benz centric blog named ‘MBPassion.de’ has snapped up the interiors picture of the new Mercedes C-Class facelift which will be unveiled some time late in this year.
This unit will be coming after 3 years as the current model was showcased by Mercedes Benz in 2014.
Although the steering wheel is loaded with buttons and comes with cruise control, COMAND infotainment handling mini touchpads and toggle switches.
Engine department will be handled by the current range of turbocharged petrol engines along with OM654 2.0-litre diesel engine mated to 9G-TRONIC 9-speed automatic gearbox as standard.
But the competition has been bringing facelift after facelift and even new models which leaves no choice for Merc but to bring atleast a facelift to its succesful sedan.
As it stated in
Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Cape Town highlights — Guardian Woman — Breaking News, Nigeria News and World News
AfroMod TrendsA debuting designer at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Cape Town was one of Ghana’s celebrated labels AfroMod Trends, the brainchild of architect and fashion designer Ami Yomekpe.
Another Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Cape Town Highlights has come and gone bringing together a wide array of South African talent and designers from other parts of Africa to showcase their new season collections.
Ituen Basi Nigerian veteran never fails to delight her audience of course, whether it is in Lagos, London, New York or Cape Town.
The event was set to celebrate its 10th anniversary with a four-day fashion extravaganza which abrupt end late on the second due to gale force winds.
Maxhosa by Laduma“Missoni is Europe’s answer to Africa’s Maxhosa by Laduma” said fellow designer Ann McCreath not long ago.
As it stated in NEW DELHI: German luxury car maker Mercedes Benz today reported its best ever quarterly sales in India at 3,650 units, albeit just a marginal increase from the year-ago period.The sales growth in January-March period this calendar year has been driven by the E-Class sedan and SUV portfolio led by GLC, Mercedes Benz India said.In the comparable quarter last year Mercedes Benz India had sold 3,622 units.
The real growth is expected in the second half of the year if everything, including the GST, goes as planned.
“After the lost opportunities in 2016, we are seeing growth momentum returning.
What we saw in the first quarter of this year is as per our expectations,” Mercedes-Benz India Managing Director & CEO Roland Folger told PTI.Mercedes Benz’s sales stood at 13,231 units in 2016, down 1.8 per cent from 2015.When asked about the outlook for the year, he said: “As a brand we are expecting our sales to grow in double digits.
“During the second quarter, the company expects to grow in only single digit, he added.In order to drive growth, Folger said the company will have a similar number of product introductions in India as last year, when it launched 13 new vehicles.So far, Mercedes Benz has launched four different new products, including the hot selling long wheel base E-Class.In the first quarter of 2017, E-Class sedan has re-emerged as the highest selling model for Mercedes-Benz, the firm said.Launched on February 28, the model had sold 500 units within six days.At the same time, the SUV portfolio led by the GLC registered a growth of 13 per cent growth in Q1 of 2017, compared to same period in 2016, the company added.Folger said Mercedes Benz India will also expand network to tier II and tier III cities to enhance its presence in India during the year.
collected by :Eva Kadin