Mercedes-Benz Korea will introduce two all-electric vehicles this year and start a membership mobile app for local customers, making Korea the first country targeted for the feature.
Sales of imported commercial vehicles in Korea fell 6.9 percent in 2020 from a year earlier on lower demand amid the coronavirus pandemic, an industry association 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.
Sales of imported vehicles in Korea rose 7.5 percent in November from a year earlier due to strong demand for German cars, an industry association said Thursday.
Mercedes-Benz’s New E-Class Cabriolet, left, and E 450 4MATIC Coupe are on display. The automaker said Tuesday that it has launched two Coupe models and one Cabriolet.
Mercedes-Benz’s E-Class is all about providing a “typical Mercedes feel” no matter who drives which version, according to Michael Kelz, chief engineer of the E-Class in a recent interview.
Mercedes-Benz launched a face-lifted version of its best-selling E-Class midsize sedan in Korea on Oct. 13, which is expected to play a big role in cementing the German carmaker’s No. 1 position in the country’s imported car market.
Mercedes-Benz Korea has appointed Thomas Klein as the company’s new president and CEO.
Mark Raine, vice president of product and marketing at Mercedes-Benz Korea, right, and Johannes Schoen, director of planning, price and product strategy, pose beside three SUVs the carmaker unveiled through an online event in Korea, Thursday.
Mercedes-Benz Korea hosted the “Give ‘N Race Virtual Run” from July 25 to 26 as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) program.As many companies have to cut back on their CSR programs due to the ongoing coronavirus...