According to Kern, the CLS-Class Coupé and the E-Class Cabriolet are two of the most attractively designed products which are fine examples of 'top of the pyramid' product strategy. "We are also introducing for the first time in India, Mercedes-Benz Apps," Kern added. The company said the cloud-based Apps provide convenient access to the most popular apps and services on the internet.
In terms of the vehicles, the four-seater Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet is powered by a V6 turbocharged petrol engine. The car can race from 0 to 100 in a mere 5.3 seconds and reaches a top speed of 250 km per hour.
The V6 turbocharged petrol engine is coupled with a 7-speed automatic transmission which contributes to reducing fuel consumption and emissions. The new vehicle sports a redesigned bumper, radiator grille and headlamps which lend more dynamism and prominence to the entire front section. The car also comes with a 23.5 mm thick three-component fabric soft top which ensures low noise level. The fabric top can be opened and closed fully automatically in just around 20 seconds when the vehicle is moving at up to 40 km per hour.
The interiors include an ergonomic cockpit with numerous controls and stowage facilities on the centre console and dashboard console. The newly-developed front seats are equipped with electric adjustment of cushion height and backrest angles. On the other hand, the new CLS-Class Coupé is powered by a 4-cylinder diesel engine which is mated with a 7-speed automatic transmission. The Coupé's exterior comes with a long bonnet, diamond radiator grille in black, a single louvre painted in a matt finish, chrome-look trim element on the front spoiler and distinctive multi-beam LED with integral daytime running lamps. The car's interior sports a free-standing display of the head unit with eight-inch screen diagonal and a new steering wheel generation with 3-spoke design, and seats in leather.