Mercedes-Benz will bring several world premieres to the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. Among them there are the EQV Concept, CLA Shooting Brake, facelifted GLC-Class and new V-Class minivan.
The new Mercedes-Benz CLA Coupe debuted at the CES in Las Vegas in January 2019. In March in Geneva, the automaker will show the car in a more versatile body – the Shooting Brake variant (pictured above). It features the newest driver assistance systems, highest-level active safety functions and intelligent digital tech inside.
The Concept EQV is the first premium pure electric SUV prototype, which combines bold design, eco-friendliness and excellent performance.
Initially presented in January, the new Mercedes-Benz V-Class will also make its debut in Geneva. Updates include front end design, a 4-cylinder OM 654 diesel motor in various power levels , a 9G-tronic automatic gearbox offered for the V-Class for the first time, new safety and assist features.
The refreshed Mercedes-Benz GLC will celebrate its premiere too. It features revised optics,a new MBUX multimedia and gesture control, innovative driver assistance systems and possibly new engine range.
The SL 500 Grand Edition and SLC 300 Final Edition roadsters, as well as the Formula E electric car will be showcased on the brand’s stand too.