20 Jul 2010
 
 
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One way for your company to stay competitive is to keep rolling out new products and services. For Mercedes-Benz, that means putting new models on the plate for your loyal, hungry customers. And so, here’s what’s in store for all you Mercedes-Benz aficionados and it’s all coming by the year 2014–20 new models, all in all. With most countries now getting into grips with economic crisis, it seems the only avenue for increasing sales–for Mercedes-Benz, at least–is to offer more choices.

First off is a facelifted C-Class. This model is going to be released
ahead of the pack, with an expected appearance coming as early as 2011.
It won’t be alone, though. It’s going to be accompanied by a coupe
version whose mission is to destroy the BMW 3 Series. There’s also a new
M-Class and a new SLK that’ll be making their debut come next year.

2012 will really be a blast beginning with the production of the SLS
AMG E-Cell. It’s going to go head to head with Audi’s electric-car
version of the R8, dubbed the E-Tron. Following the E-Cell’s grand
entrance is the new SL-Class Coupe, the CLS, and the rest of the pack
consisting of the A and B Classes. 2013, meanwhile, will see production
of the new GLK, while in 2014, it’s going to be the CL’s turn to shine.

There’s a lot in store so stay tuned, folks.

 
 
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