In a recent interview with Automotive news, Mercedes’ U.S. boss talked about the company’s future, and we have to admit, it looks promising. First he confirmed that the new generation SLK will be unveiled in 2011: "We will get a lot of new product in 2011, and it will be spread over the year. We’ll have a new SLK on the market in April and a new M class midyear. We still have fresh product — the E class won’t be too old."

Next, for those of you waiting for a diesel engine on the US market, we can confirm that the first to offer one will be the E-Class this September. It will be followed by C-Class and GLK. The next B-Class, on the other hand, will be offered with new four-cylinder engines (same as the 2013 C-Class).


Source: Automotive News

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  (815) posted on 05.27.2010

I agree! a clay model would be a helpful to decide it it’s going to make it on the market.

  (858) posted on 05.27.2010

Looks like a revamped version of MB Mclaren 772 but there is not doubt that it’s engine would be a hybrid one.

  (512) posted on 05.26.2010

This sketch is really nice, and I must admit the am amazed eventhough it was not that completely perfectly done.

  (544) posted on 05.26.2010

This is a worth to wait concept car. MB should already creating a clay model of it.

  (331) posted on 05.25.2010

Lovely design! It’s very perfect in every angle. I bet this is a big success again if they put it one sale.

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