2011 MERCEDES BENZ GL CLASS GRAND EDITION
Mercedes-Benz presents the new GL-Class “Grand Edition”, with more elegant and comfortable interior, with more elegant and comfortable interiors. This distinctive, new special edition of the off-roader comes as standard with a level of spaciousness and comfort that is on a par with a luxury saloon.
The exclusive front end of the “Grand Edition” is display dark-tintedheadlamps, a radiator grille with black, high-gloss louvres and a redesignedfront bumper with integrated LED daytime running lamps define the special model. Light-alloy wheels in himalayas grey metallic – with a high-sheen finish also available as an option add further exclusivity.
The interior of the GL-Class accommodates up to seven occupants in comfort with an exceptional level of spaciousness, creating the luxurious atmosphere you would expect from Mercedes-Benz in this case comparable to the S-Class. For the ” Grand Edition “, Mercedes-Benz has refined the interiorfurther, especially through the use of stylish materials.
The GL-Class Grand Edition is available with all engines, from the V6 gasoline and diesel units in the GL 350 BlueTEC 4Matic (211HP) and GL 350 CDI 4Matic (265HP) to the V8 petrol units in the GL 450 (340HP) and GL 500 (388HP). All models are fitted with the 4Matic all-wheel drive system, Airmatic air suspension, Direct-Steer system and Adaptive Damping System.
POSSIBILITY OF LAMBORGHINI PRODUCING ESTOQUE
Italian sports car manufacturer Lamborghini plans to add an “everyday” model to its lineup. The Lamborghini executive believes the luxury super sportscar market will return to the record levels seen in 2007 by 2013-2014.
And with demand from emerging markets such as China and Russia growing,Lamborghini wants to add a new model to its range to increase sales.
Given that customers in China and other emerging markets such as Russia, India and Brazil, have a taste for four-door sports saloons, the possibility ofLamborghini producing the Estoque seems very likely.
Lamborghini‘s sales peaked in 2008 at 2,430 units, but in 2010 sales declined to 1,302 units, with the company expecting to sell around 1,500 carsthis year, helped by the launch of its new Aventador LP 700-4 supercar.