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Mercedes-Benz: Three World Premieres

October 16, 2012 • New Models, News

At the recent Paris Motor Show, Mercedes-Benz unveiled three models that made their world premieres; the A45 AMG, the CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake and theSLS AMG Electric Drive. All of these cars have benefited from the sporty AMG input and the three differing models have something to offer to all drivers.

The A45 AMG is a compact and stylish car that can accommodate all passengers comfortably. The AMG sport input creates not only a dynamic performance, but appearance too. The A45 AMG has been unveiled to deliver attitude and turn heads, and it does just that. The 2.0-litre turbo engine delivers 330bhp and hasAll Wheel Drivealong with a torque distribution of 60/40 front to rear, so the car can handle the most exciting of cornering.

Next, the CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake is the combination of a thoroughbred sports car along with a car that has all the luggage space you will ever need. An executive sedan, designed to be an estate wagon on the SLS platform, the Shooting Brake offers all you’ll ever need when it comes to space, performance and comfort. Mercedes-Benz has a sterling reputation for safety, and the Shooting Brake is one of the safest Mercedes cars yet. The driving experience has once again benefited from the AMG input – with sports suspension and braking. This has a 5.5-litre petrol V8 that can offer 541bhp and sprints from 0-62mph in 4.3 seconds.

Finally, theSLS AMG Electric Drivegives you high-quality sport performance and satisfaction in the driving experience, while reducing emissions and increasing economy. TheElectric Driveis powered by four electric motors that give the car a huge 740bhp and can cover 0-62mph in a staggering 3.9 seconds. The 60kw lithium ion battery gives a 160-mile range too.

All of these cars have benefited from the AMG touch to increase dynamism and excitement, and are sure to be front runners in their respective sectors.

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