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    Mercedes Benz is raining new vehicles, Nurburgring tracks get blocked.

    Mercedes Benz has a great lineup of upcoming new vehicles. This week it has a lot of happening. Some cars under-disguised are being tested on ‘The Ring’. While Mercedes teased the first looks of all. Here some of the latest news related to Mercedes, the German giants.

    Mercedes-Maybach S-Class Spied

    Cameras spotted camouflaged Mercedes Maybach S class testing its prototype on the Nurburgring track. The new Maybach has an extra-long wheelbase as we saw in the camo and electric pop up handles on doors. Though not much of a change was seen in the covered vehicle, new headlights and taillights could be expected. In the interior, a new angled center console screen was seen, could be for the infotainment system. But we know we could expect Maybach’s interior to be classy and elegant as always but this time with more gadgets pinned.

    Mercedes S Class Limousine

    Then the second one to be heard was a new entry in the S Class lineup. Mercedes teased off its nose in a video conference with global media overnight. The official photo was shown a fortnight after images of the car – inside and out – appeared on Instagram after a prototype was parked in what appeared to be a junkyard. The spy photos showed a bigger front grille. The interior was hi-tech and had large tablet-style touchscreens and what appeared to be provision for a large 3D heads-up display.

    2023 Mercedes Benz GLC SUV

    The next-gen, 2023 GLC has already started its road testing. The prototype in the camo was spotted. We don’t know much about it. But as per the current scenario, we might get a plug-in hybrid or electric powertrain. In addition, we could see Merc choosing between 4 or 6-cylinder configurations. The body design was similar to that of the predecessor.

    2021 Mercedes C Class

    Last but not least the 2021 Mercedes C Class. The next-gen sedan was also spotted in camouflaged being tested on rough terms. Our spy agency also says the 2021 Mercedes C-Class is expected to be available with a choice of four-cylinder and six-cylinder power, petrol and diesel, and hybrid and plug-in hybrid options.

    Rishabh Chugh
    Rishabh Chugh
    An automobile engineer by profession, writer by heart.


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