German luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz kick-started its product offensive for 2018 by launching Mercedes-Maybach S 650 and showcasing the unique E-Class All-Terrain and the futuristic Concept EQ at the ongoing Auto Expo 2018.
Priced at Rs 2.73 crore, Mercedes-Maybach S 650 gets a new V12 M 279 engine under the hood with an output of 630 hp of power and 1,000 Nm of torque.
The new Mercedes-Maybach sedan shows its craftsmanship with the new triple-torch-design multibeam LED headlamps and front and rear bumpers with chrome elements.
It also features LED taillights with a crystal-look taillamp and the Coming Home function, and offers 2x2 seats optionally available with folding tables.
With the Concept EQ, Mercedes Benz shows how electric cars can soon move into the fast lane. The concept vehicle, with the appearance of a sporty SUV, gives a preview of a new generation of vehicles with battery-electric drives.
Exterior design with new electro-look
Driver-oriented cockpit with new electro-look
Interior with new, touch-based controls without knobs
User interface design with individualized content
Avant-garde functional interior
Lighting mood: from welcome scenario to electric blue
Adaptive ambiance lighting for a feel-good atmosphere
Powerful electric drive: 300 kW total output with a range of up to 500 km
Driver assistance systems for maximum safety
Extended communication by Car-to-X technology
Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain
The New E-Class All Terrain is like an SUV with its greater ground clearance, SUV-like large wheels and 4MATIC all-wheel drive as standard features. The New E-Class All Terrain gets flared wheel arches and an SUV radiator grille.
In the side view, the black wheel arch covers are distinctive features that emphasize the all-terrain SUV character.
Exclusive 19-inch light-alloy wheels give the vehicle a confident look of an SUV, with more ground clearance and enhanced comfort on rough roads. It also has a robust outer load sill protection and a visual underride guard electroplated in silver-chrome.