As consumers seek new ways to express themselves, Mercedes-Benz Korea is expanding and diversifying its accessories lineup to meet such needs...
Korea says Mercedes-Benz's all-electric EQA SUV only goes 302 kilometers on a single charge - much less than what it supposedly gets in Europe.
One out of two imported cars sold in Korea this year as of June were either a Mercedes or a BMW models according to sales figure released by the Korea Automobile Importers & Distributors Association (Kaida) on Monday.
If you are thinking of getting an electric vehicle (EV) in Korea, July might be the time to do it.
If you're already at the top of the game, how do you go higher? This is the question that Mercedes-Benz faces when it comes to its top-of-the-line S-Class sedan, which has long ruled in the luxury business sedan segment.
Mercedes-Benz Korea launched its top-of-the-line model, the S-Class, on Wednesday, which was fully revamped since its previous version in 2013. It had its global premiere last September.
Most carmakers are all talk, no action when it comes to autonomous driving, but Mercedes-Benz is set to deliver, says Sajjad Khan, the company’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
Mercedes-Benz Korea has donated 150 million won ($133,000) to 50 promising young athletes in the country as part of its social responsibility program called Give ‘N Dream in partnership with social welfare organization Kids & Future Foundation.
Mercedes-Benz Korea has requested a Seoul court to cancel a multibillion-won fine imposed on the company for manipulating diesel emissions in the country, judicial sources said Tuesday.
It's hard to name a single shortcoming of Mercedes-Benz's recently face-lifted E-Class, suggesting that the vehicle that had dominated Korea's import car market for five consecutive years isn't likely to surrender its crown anytime soon.