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Swiss authorities have halted registrations of some new Mercedes-Benz Vito and Porsche Macan and Cayenne vehicles which had diesel engines that disguised emissions levels.
It's no longer enough to simply build and sell commercial vans. Mercedes is turning it into a services concept.
The entry-level luxury sports car world might be getting even more competitive. According to Autocar, Mercedes-AMG is looking into offering a competitor to Porsche's 718 Cayman and 718 Boxster.
U.S.-built Mercedes crossovers, SUVs held up at customs in China; Ford's China sales plunge; Tesla board to meet with advisers - report; Opening door for Alexa; NYC puts brakes on Uber, Lyft.
Mercedes SUVs and crossovers are being checked for potential problems by Shanghai customs authorities, as a trade dispute between the U.S. and China heats up.
New entry-level premium models complement plans for more high-end performance products at Mercedes.
German luxury brands face an existential challenge: adapting to a U.S. market increasingly dominated by SUVs and crossovers while keeping their stylish sedans relevant.
Sales at Mercedes-Benz, the highest-volume U.S. luxury brand for the past two years, fell 23 percent in July after inventory shortfalls and a technical glitch handicapped dealers.
BMW said it is offering a new lower-price tier in its vehicle subscription program, which allows members to switch out vehicles for a monthly fee.
Daimler unveiled a new corporate structure on Thursday designed to give its trucks, mobility services and Mercedes-Benz car division greater scope to chase growth in an era when carmakers prepare to launch fleets of autonomous cars.
The compact A-class sedan, targeted at millennial buyers, will nudge out the CLA as Mercedes' entry-level product in the U.S. The A class is expected to be priced in the low $30,000s.
Longtime Mercedes-Benz financial executive Alex Mallmann has been named CEO of AutoGravity, the financial technology company said. Mallmann, 47, replaces Andy Hinrichs, who has left the company.
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