The luxurious carmaker rolled out in two AMG fashions via its ‘first-ever’ virtual release on Wednesday — AMG C 63 Coupe at Rs 1.33 crore (ex-showroom) and the AMG GT-R at Rs 2.48 crore (ex-showroom).
The release match started with the hashtag ‘WeAreBack’ saying the reopening of the Mercedes-Benz dealerships which have been close because of coronavirus. Currently, the luxurious carmaker is 70% operational.
Martin Schwenk, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India mentioned, “We will stay on target and continue with the brand new launches. As promised, Mercedes-Benz India will introduce thrilling merchandise together with GLS, A-class limousine, GLA, and the primary electrical automotive – EQC.”
Like maximum carmakers, Mercedes-Benz India trusted its digitalized gross sales platform all through the Covid-19 lockdown. The German carmaker had presented particular initiative – ‘Merc from Home’ in April. Schwenk showed over 100 showed on-line bookings for brand new and pre-owned automobiles via this initiative.
India’s biggest luxurious carmaker additionally presented industry-first ‘Live Consultation Studio’ on Wednesday, the place consumers can ebook a time slot and get a Mercedes skilled to give an explanation for to them the options of the automobile are living with out leaving the relief in their houses.
Schwenk, on the other hand, mentioned the virtual will increase through the years and can supplement the dealerships. “It an absolutely hassle-free, handy and 360 levels of on-line buying groceries from the benefit of house. From the collection of a car, on-line inquiry and session, test-drive, on-line cost and residential supply, the entirety is built-in into one seamless procedure,” Schwenk had previous instructed TOI.