Mercedes-Benz Korea driving a sustainable future
Amid the global climate crisis, Mercedes-Benz Korea is taking the lead in creating a better future with a focus on fostering greener cities and supporting children.
Three foreign, one Korean carmakers to recall over 10,000 vehicles for defective components
Mercedes-Benz Korea, BMW Group Korea, Volkswagen Group Korea and Korean electric van manufacturer Jeis Mobility, are voluntarily recalling a total of 10,981 units of 20 different models, the ministry said.
Mercedes-Benz to strengthen ties with Korean businesses
“I don’t think we build a single Mercedes around the world without a piece of Korea in those cars,” Ola Kallenius, board chairman and CEO at Mercedes-Benz, said at a press conference held in central Seoul on Thursday.
Mercedes-Benz Group CEO Ola Kallenius, left, shakes hands with SK Group Vice Chairman Chey Jae-won after their talks to expand cooperation in EV battery and Tmap navigation service Wednesday at SK headquarters in central Seoul.
Mercedes EQE SUV is sporty outside, spacious inside
Mercedes-Benz introduced an all-electric EQE for the Korean market Tuesday, the second SUV to be developed based on the German carmaker's EVA2 modular platform.
Mercedes donates 20 EVs to social welfare organizations
Mercedes-Benz Korea donated 20 EQB electric vehicles (EVs) to 20 social welfare organizations, the Korean arm of the German carmaker said Tuesday.
[TEST DRIVE] Mercedes proves EVs can compete on the track
Mercedes-Benz is rapidly moving toward a fully electric lineup, but the automaker isn’t leaving enthusiasts behind along the way.
Five companies to recall over 23,000 vehicles for faulty parts
Porsche Korea, Honda Korea, and three other companies will voluntarily recall over 23,000 vehicles to fix faulty components, the Transport Ministry said Thursday. The five companies are recalling a combined 23,986 units of 11 different models...
BMW expands sales in Korea to reclaim the crown from Mercedes
Mercedes-Benz has basked in its status as the best-selling imported carmaker in the Korean market for almost a decade, but BMW is quickly catching up to overtake the top position.
Mercedes-Benz to introduce 12 new vehicles in Korea this year
Mercedes-Benz will introduce 12 new vehicles in Korea this year, in a bid to maintain its position at the top of Korea’s import market.