3 Brand-New Cars and All from Mercedes

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Mercedes-Benz appears to be one of the most productive exhibitors of the Paris Motor Show. The manufacturer plans to show 3 vehicles (actually 4) but who knows what’s going to happen on the event itself. Probably, we should be awaiting for more «new faces» in the Merc’s range.

Let’s begin. The first one on the list is (to give it its full title) the Mercedes-AMG GLK 43 Coupe. To introduce this car the phrase «unleash the beast» would come as no surprise. Such brutish crossover has no less aggressive engine - 3-litre bi-turbo V6 delivering 376bhp. That is fairly good to yield a 4.9-second 0-62mph time and a 155mph top speed. You’ll have to pony up €59000 if you want to tame the Coupe.

3 Brand-New Cars and All from Mercedes

Next one, please. The E-class wagon Mercedes-Benz All Terrain had been planned as a real rival to a serious player. And you don’t need to hazard a guess, it’s all clear from the very first glance (and the very first leaked documents) – the car is a competitor for the Audi A6 All Road. Yet the company claims that the All Terrain would stand out due to its design and tech characteristics.

3 Brand-New Cars and All from Mercedes

The last but not the least, the Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster and speedier C Roadster. Both convertibles are more subtle, graceful and stylish than the previous fellows. Nevertheless, what a promising figures they feature! The standard GT Roadster makes 475bhp while the C version is capable of 557bhp. These pretty creatures claim to be fast and furious; the maximum speed reaches 188mph and 196 mph respectively.

3 Brand-New Cars and All from Mercedes

Will the Merc’s cars be the spotlight-grabbers on the upcoming performance? All we can be sure of is that the daring design and impressive characteristics wouldn’t let these vehicles be lost in the crowd.

Source: topspeed.com, drive.ru


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