The model will be the final member of the revamped E-Class family, which has been completely renewed over the past year with the E-Class Sedan, E-Class Wagon, E-Class Coupe and the E-Class All-Terrain that’s not available in the U.S. Joining the E-Class Cabriolet in Geneva this year will be the new Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet, that is also unfortunately not currently planned for the U.S. market. Finally, the updated GLA will make its European debut, a model that was first shown at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show earlier this year.
In total, Mercedes will display 34 vehicles in Geneva, including special edition models like the AMG GT C Roadster Edition 50, C63 S Cabriolet Ocean Blue Edition and AMG Performance Studio Package-equipped C43 Coupe.
But what’s most exciting is that Mercedes-AMG has confirmed it will bring a stunning new show car to Geneva. The automaker promises the concept will provide “a glimpse of the future of performance” and appears to feature an alternative drivetrain.
Rumor has it that Mercedes-AMG is heading to the 2017 Geneva Motor Show with the GT4 Concept, a four-door version of the AMG GT sports car set to take on the Porsche Panamera. The concept could very well preview future AMG powertrains that are electrified.