2 December 2016
Busy year ahead for Mercedes-Benz
The German carmaker increased its sales here by 44pc this year.
Scheduled to arrive in Q1 will be a new 'dream car' in the shape of a new S-Class Cabriolet which will bring the joys of open-top driving to the premier S-Class range. Also in Q1, the E-Class range will gain an E-Class Coupe followed in mid-year by an E-Class Cabriolet, and a new E-Class All-Terrain model as well as a revamped GLA entry-level SUV.
In 2017, the company will advance developments already in the pipeline, including their entry into electric-powered motoring. It's expected that Q3 will see two especially exotic AMG models - a GTR and GTC.
Ciaran Allen, sales manager for Mercedes-Benz passenger cars in Ireland said "Over recent years, as new models have become available, we have seen Mercedes-Benz expand its base in city and suburban driveways, in rural environments, and amongst younger drivers, male and female.
“As models due here in 2017 indicate, this new approach is now an embedded element in the unfolding Mercedes-Benz story as the company plots its course towards 2020 and the expected doubling of its market share globally” he said.
Pictured above is the Mercedes-AMG GTR – one of the exotic introductions planned by the German luxury carmaker for 2017.