Simply two fashions accounted for nearly half of Mercedes-Benz gross sales in 2020. So what’s going to 2021 carry for the German model?

Mercedes-Benz cemented its place as Australia’s main luxurious carmaker in 2020, its 26,350 passenger automobiles gross sales to the top of November inserting it properly forward of arch rivals BMW and Audi. Nearly half of these gross sales comprised simply two fashions – A-Class and GLC-Class – underscoring the shopping for public’s style for small vehicles and medium SUVs.

Low-volume, high-end fashions are destined for our shores in 2021, with the all-new S-Class to be joined by a brand new Maybach S Class and a few new AMG fashions together with, hopefully, the newest in Mercedes-AMG’s übercar portfolio, the GT Black Collection.

On the different finish of the spectrum, the Mercedes-Benz Vito van is lengthy overdue a facelift. It arrives within the first quarter of 2021, though Australia will once more miss out on the all-electric eVito resulting from ‘manufacturing constraints’.

Mannequin What’s new? Section Due
GLE 63 S Coupe New mannequin Luxurious SUV This fall, 2020
Maybach GLS600 New mannequin Luxurious SUV Q1, 2021
Vito Facelift Gentle industrial Q1, 2021
GT Black Collection New mannequin Sports activities automobile Q2, 2021
S-Class New technology Massive luxurious Q2, 2021
Maybach S-Class New technology Massive luxurious This fall, 2021
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