The company has geared up extensively for the Swiss auto show, as Mercedes has now revealed its entire lineup for the Geneva Motor Show – including the first appearance of the 2018 E Class Cabriolet.
The new E Class drop top is a very close affair to the E Class and might see the light of day with the E400 powerplant first – taking life from a biturbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine, and rumors are also indicating new AMG versions are also in the pipeline. But the one stealing the show at the German automaker’s booth might be the one we have no details about – the new AMG concept. Mercedes has decided to keep us in the dark and only indicated the new AMG model will offer “a glimpse of an alternative drive concept with a stunning new show car.”
AMG is also using the show to debut in front of the worldwide audience models such as the E63 S Wagon, GT C Roadster Edition 50, C63 S Cabriolet Ocean Blue Edition, and a C43 Coupe equipped with the Performance Studio Package – redubbed as the Night Edition in Europe. More so, it will show how bonkers the executive must have been when they approved the Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet – which exudes toughness, open-mind, free spirit and full royal luxury all in one package.