Mercedes-Benz, under the leadership of Lance Bennett, the Vice President of Sales and Marketing in India, continues to make significant strides in the luxury car market. The company’s latest launch, the EQE 500 4MATIC SUV, is aimed at captivating the Indian luxury car customer.
Priced at a starting point of Rs 1.39 crores (all India ex-showroom), the EQE 500 4MATIC SUV offers an impressive driving range of 550 kms on a single charge, providing a sense of reassurance for potential buyers. This mid-size luxury SUV has been a success for Mercedes-Benz, and it is expected to further entice customers with its combination of luxury, performance, and eco-friendliness.
Recognizing the growing demand for electric vehicles (EVs) in India, Mercedes-Benz is also actively working towards the development of an EV charging ecosystem. The company currently boasts a network of over 140 charging stations, including both AC and DC fast chargers. These charging stations, with capacities ranging from 60 kW to 180 kW, ensure that Mercedes-Benz EV owners can conveniently recharge their vehicles and continue their journeys without any hassle.
The launch of the EQE 500 4MATIC SUV and the expansion of the EV charging infrastructure demonstrate Mercedes-Benz’s commitment to fulfilling the needs and desires of the Indian luxury car market. Lance Bennett’s aggressive approach has allowed the company to establish a strong presence in the segment and generate excitement among customers.
Mercedes-Benz’s emphasis on luxury, performance, and eco-friendliness, along with its efforts to create a robust charging infrastructure, make it a formidable player in the EV market in India. With the EQE 500 4MATIC SUV, customers can experience the thrill of driving a luxury SUV while contributing to a greener future.
1. WLTP: Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure – a globally harmonized standard for determining the levels of pollutants and CO2 emissions from vehicles.
2. AC: Alternating Current – electric current that periodically changes direction.
3. DC: Direct Current – electric current that flows in only one direction.
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