Mercedes-Benz CLA Coupé celebrated its world premiere at the show. The
successor to the premium coupé first unveiled in 2013 boasts an innovative
interior with the next evolution of the MBUX, which now recognises control
commands through movements.
new is the Energizing Coach familiar from the B-Class. This service, based on
an intelligent algorithm, suggests one of the programmes from the Energizing package
according to the situation and individual needs. Its extensively facelifted
exterior ensures the new CLA Coupé remains the design icon of the compact
segment. Its distinctive forward-angled front end with its long, taut hood and
power domes is particularly striking, while the wider track emphasises the
sporty and dynamic look.
Two electrified US premieres
show for the first time on American soil was the Mercedes-Benz EQC. The first
purely battery-electric vehicle from the EQ product and technology brand
represents an ideal combination of comfort, quality and everyday usability.
Both inside and out, the crossover SUV embodies the design language of
progressive luxury. The EQC is likewise equipped with the groundbreaking MBUX –
Mercedes-Benz User Experience – multimedia system, enhanced with a wide range
of EQ-specific content. It also boasts a completely re-engineered powertrain
system with a compact electric driveline (eATS) front and rear, giving the EQC
the handling characteristics of an all-wheel-drive vehicle and providing it
with an electric range of more than 450 km in the NEDC (preliminary figures)i.
EQC is the Mercedes-Benz among electric vehicles. Soon, we will have many more
– we aim for over ten purely electric passenger cars by 2022,” stressed Ola
Källenius, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG responsible for
Group Research and Mercedes-Benz Cars Development. “This will cover the entire
portfolio: from smart to large SUVs. “The future definitely is electric,”
celebrating its US premiere was the Vision URBANETIC – a revolutionary mobility
concept that goes way beyond previous notions of autonomous vehicles. Vision URBANETIC
removes the division between people moving and goods transportation. The
concept lowers traffic volume, takes the pressure off city infrastructures and
contributes to a new quality of urban life. The revolutionary vehicle is based
on an autonomous, electrically powered driving platform that can carry
different, interchangeable bodies for either people moving or goods
transportation. As a ride-sharing vehicle, Vision URBANETIC can carry up to
twelve passengers, while the cargo module can transport up to ten EPAL pallets.
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