The German car maker famous for it’s luxury cars, Mercedes Benz on Tuesday launched the new S-Class Maestro Edition, with a starting price of Rs 1.51 crores (Ex-Showroom Delhi). Alongside this surprise launch, the company also rolled out the latest version of MMC (Mercedes me connect) tech with three brand new features. This announcement was made as part of a press release.

On the occasion of this launch, Mercedes-Benz India Managing Director and CEO Martin Schwenk said “In 2021, one of our key priorities is to introduce the latest in connected car technology, along with the most desirable products and their updates. Mercedes me connect has been a distinct differentiator in the luxury car segment since its inception and we are excited with the overwhelming response for our connected car technology”

He added that these are deployed OTA free of cost to all Mercedes me connect customers in India. With this the company ensures that its customers and their Mercedes-Benz vehicles are always updated.

“At Mercedes-Benz India, one of our key priorities is to introduce the latest enhancements in our connected car technology, along with the introduction of the latest products”

“Today, we are glad to strengthen our competitive edge in the connected car technology domain by launching three new exclusive features with the MMC,” he added.

The Maestro Edition features the carmaker’s latest-gen Mercedes me connect (MMC) interface which is integrated with home automation and voice assistance. The MMC also allows customers to check and track the location of the car using a smartphone application. Other than this, this special edition model features Magic Sky control for the panoramic sunroof that allows the front and rear segments of the dual-pane sunroof to be independently set to dark and light.

Talking about the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Maestro Edition, the CEO mentioned: “We are confident the ‘Maestro Edition’ will continue the S-Class’ unmatched popularity among its discerning patrons, reaffirming the flagship’s segment leadership position.”

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By Shloke Sarkar

An avid automotive enthusiast, Shloke has been crazy about cars since 2013. He's been into the Indian car market for a long time, having been a Consultant to his friends in all things Auto. Recently having forayed into Formula One, He's aiming to be a proper Motorhead.

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