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2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 Launched – Only RM899,888 Boss

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Alongside the new GLE Coupe, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia also announced the introduction of the new 2020 GLS 450 4MATIC AMG Line today.

The GLS 450 4MATIC AMG Line is powered by the 3.0-litre six-cylinder in-line engine electrified with 48-volt technology. It produces 367 hp and 500 Nm of torque with a further 250 Nm of torque and 22 hp via the EQ Boost over short periods.

The power is transmitted by the 9G-TRONIC 9-speed automatic transmission. The broad ratio spread of gears one to nine allows a clear perceptible reduction in engine speed and is a decisive factor behind the high level of energy efficiency and ride comfort.

The GLS comes with the enhanced AIRMATIC air suspension system with Adaptive Damping System Plus fitted as standard. This setup uses highly complex sensor systems and algorithms to adapt the damping characteristics to the road condition and driving situation in real time.

All components have been enhanced compared with the previous generation, and the wheel suspension mountings have been optimised to maximise ride comfort. In addition to this, the air suspension keeps the car at the same level, regardless of the load on board.

Measuring 5207 mm in length and 1956 mm in width, with a wheelbase length of 3135 mm (60 mm longer than its predecessor), highlights on the GLS’ exterior include the upright radiator grille in an octagonal SUV interpretation, the prominent, chrome-plated underguard in the front apron with the bone-shaped air inlet grille, and the bonnet with two powerdomes.

This striking appearance is emphasised by the distinctive headlamp design by day and night. The GLS is equipped with MULTIBEAM LED headlamps, with a total of 112 LEDs per headlamp.

The GLS cuts an imposing figure from the rear, too. This is particularly ensured by the powerful shoulder muscle extending from the rear doors to the tail lights, which enables the GLS to strike an imperious pose on the road.

The two-piece tail lamps are based on LED technology, and their high-calibre, three-dimensional look conveys depth and solidity. The reflectors are relocated lower down, giving the tail lamps a flatter appearance. They are crowned by a slender, continuous chrome trim strip. The rear is strikingly rounded off with the chrome-plated underguard.

Inside, the central element in the dashboard’s design is an impressively sized screen unit embedded in a distinctive dashboard support. The dashboard support flows into the door panels, and the integral trim element likewise extends to meet the doors.

The prominently wide, raised centre console creates a robust contrast with the free-floating appearance of the dashboard. As a typical feature of off-roaders, there are two prominent grab handles on the centre console. Apart from good ergonomics, fluent leather surfaces create a modern, luxurious impression, rounded off by a broad area of trim and flush-fitting sunblinds. The controls with haptic and audible feedback appear to have been milled from a solid metal block.

The large touchscreen of the MBUX infotainment system allows all the GLS comfort features to be controlled from the driver’s seat. Very fine chiselling and the pyramid structures of the trim surfaces show the desire for perfection and craftsmanship. The new multifunction sports steering wheel with its striking spoke design accentuates the impressive appearance of the SUV’s interior.

The new GLS has a considerably longer wheelbase than its predecessor (3135 mm, an increase of 60 mm). This creates more space, especially in the second seat row, which can furthermore be adjusted fore and aft. Legroom here is increased by 87 mm when the seats are in their rearmost position, which also makes it easier to get into the vehicle. The second row has a 60:40-split folding rear bench seat with adjustable 40:20:40-split backrests.

All seats are electrically adjustable as standard. The same applies to the EASY-ENTRY function, which makes it easy to get into and out of the two individual seats in the third row. For this, the seats in the second row move a long way forwards and fold forwards.

A push of a button is all that is required to stow away the comfortable seats and make full use of the 2400-litre boot space in the GLS. The switches on the left and right of the load compartment and on the front of the wheel arches on the front-passenger side in the C-pillar area allow the seats in the rear rows to be folded completely flat.

It is also possible to fold down all the seats simultaneously by pressing the “ALL” button. The carpet-trimmed backs of the backrests form part of a flat, practical load area. Another push of a button lowers the boot sill by approx. 50 mm to make it easier to load heavy items.

The MBUX Rear Seat Entertainment System is available for all seating variants – for even more entertainment and convenience. It includes two 11.6-inch touchscreens that allow passengers in the second row to enjoy movies or music, use the integrated web browser, or call up and input trip information.

Each screen displays the content selected by the individual user. In addition to the options offered by the MBUX infotainment system, users can also play their own media from a mobile phone, tablet or laptop.

With the Mercedes me connect, the GLS is virtually in your pocket. It puts a world of remote features, from starting the engine to locking its doors to scheduling service, in a handy smartphone app.

Other standard features include:

  • 4-way lumbar support
  • AIR BALANCE package
  • Ambient lighting
  • AMG Floor mats
  • Auto dimming interior and driver’s side exterior mirror
  • Dashboard and door beltlines in ARTICO leather
  • Double sunblind
  • EASY-PACK load compartment cover
  • Electric sunblinds in rear doors, left and right
  • Electrically adjustable front seats with memory function
  • EXCLUSIVE interior
  • High-gloss anthracite lime wood trim
  • Interior chrome package
  • Multifunction sports steering wheel in nappa leather
  • Surround lighting with logo projection
  • THERMOTRONIC automatic climate control, front and rear
  • Third row of seat with EASY-ENTRY system
  • 2 wireless head sets
  • Additional USB ports
  • Android Auto
  • Apple CarPlay
  • Burmester® surround sound system
  • Communications module (LTE) for Mercedes me connect services
  • Extended MBUX functions
  • Hard disc navigation
  • Live Traffic Information
  • MBUX Multimedia system
  • MBUX Rear Seat Entertainment system
  • Mercedes-Benz emergency call system
  • Pre-installation for rear entertainment system
  • Remote engine start
  • Widescreen cockpit
  • Wireless charging for front
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Review: 2020 Mercedes-AMG A45S Edition 1 – They’ve Found the Sweet Spot

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“With great power comes great responsibility” is a proverb that does not only apply to superheroes but other things as well, and that includes cars, especially cars like the one you’re looking at here – the 2020 Mercedes-AMG A45S Edition 1.

However, there is one big difference between being a superhero and driving the 2020 Mercedes-AMG A45S – While superheroes go out of their way to save the world from the bad guys, what happens when you’re in the A45S is that the “bad guys” actually go out of their way and come to you, tailgate, rev, brake check, and do everything they can just to rile you up, and make you floor it.

mercedes-amg a45s review front

In fact, that was exactly what happened to us during our stint with the A45S recently, as everyone wanted to see what the new A45S AMG is capable of.

The reason for everyone to be so excited about the car is simple – it is the officially the most powerful production hot hatch in the world at the moment, with a mindblowing 421 hp and 500 Nm of torque at your disposal.

mercedes-amg a45s review rear

Just to put things into perspective, the predecessor which made about 380 hp was already labelled as “mad” by almost everyone who got behind its wheels, and things have been taken a notch even higher with the new A45S.

Similar to most AMG models, the new 2020 Mercedes-AMG A45 now comes in two variants – the base A45 and the A45S. However, only the latter is offered here in Malaysia.

mercedes-amg a45s review side

The difference between the base A45 and the A45S is that the latter makes an extra 33bhp, and comes with more equipment, 19-inch wheels (vs 18-inch), larger exhaust pipes, double the number of diffusers, bigger brakes, and more driving modes.

Priced at RM443,270 on the road minus insurance and SST, the AMG A45S here, which comes in the Edition 1 guise, comes with the Panamerica grille, large air intakes, a jet-wing-profiled front bumper, flared wheel arches, diffusers in front and the rear, 19-inch AMG wheels, AMG Night Package, quad exhausts, as well as a rear spoiler.

mercedes-amg a45s spoiler

Inside, the 2020 Mercedes-AMG A45S features AMG Performance seats, an AMG Performance steering wheel, dark aluminium Edition 1 trim, AMG floor mats, illuminated AMG door sill panels, and the MBUX infotainment system with two 10.25-inch widescreen displays. 

One of the coolest features in the A45S model is the AMG Track Pace data logger, which is for use at the race tracks.

mercedes-amg a45s engine

What Track Pace does is that it stores all kinds of information from the car such as speed, acceleration, steering angle, and so on, and compiles all of that data to help you improve on the track. There’s even an Augmented Reality function that shows the ideal racing line on a number of pre-stored racetracks, functioning as a virtual instructor.

So, how does it drive?

The issue with the previous-gen A45 was that the level of comfort was almost non-existent. A couple of hours of enthusiastic driving in that thing would probably have you saying “man, I need a massage.”

mercedes-amg a45s interior

As crazily fast as it was, it was just too firm and harsh to be driven on a daily basis on our pothole-filled roads. The new A45S, to our surprise however, is actually nothing like its predecessor as the folks at AMG have somehow managed to find the sweet spot between manic performance and everyday usability, resulting in a car that is much more comfortable and refined.

The best part is that performance has not been compromised one bit. In fact, there is so much more power at your disposal and this is exactly what makes the new A45S such a desirable car.

mercedes-amg a45s rear seats

The 421 hp and 500 Nm coming from the engine and the RM443,000 price tag puts the Mercedes-AMG A45S a level well above every other mass-produced hot hatch on sale today.

Be it the Golf R, the MINI John Cooper Works GP, the Megane RS, or any other hatchback for the matter – all you’ll be able to do is smell the A45S’ smoke, and we’re not even exaggerating.  

mercedes-amg a45s boot

The fact that the new AMG A45S can accelerate from naught to 100 km/h in under four seconds even puts it in the same league as some supercars out there in terms of performance, and what this means is that we have a 2.0-litre hatchback that can mess around with almost anything out there.

You bawalah apa you mau…No problem…

When you drive it in a chilled manner, the A45S is at its best behaviour, calm and composed. And then, once we hit the highway or B-roads, it is a case of “just ask and you shall receive” with the accelerator pedal.

mercedes-amg a45s rims

At the same time, it is also a case of “be careful what you wish for” as once you floor it, this thing just goes for it, passing by the rest of the world at unbelievable speed.

Thanks to the 8-speed AMG Speedshift dual clutch transmission and the 4MATIC all-wheel drive system, not only is the power delivery so smooth, but there is always sufficient grip as well.

mercedes-amg a45s steering

Throughout our stint with the Mercedes-AMG A45S, about 90% of the time was spent in Comfort mode, in which the car already felt too powerful for our roads. And then we had the Sport and Sport+ mode, which are not for the weak.

Once we switched to Sports, the exhaust note got louder, the steering got slightly heavier, and the throttle got more sensitive, itching to just pounce and eat everything that comes in its way. This firmness and the rawness of this mode actually reminded us of the previous generation A45.

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Sports+ on the other hand, is even nastier. This mode is actually ideal only for all-out track driving as the way power is delivered, and the sensitivity of the throttle and what not, was just downright scary. So, after fiddling around, back to Comfort mode we went to enjoy the drive.

On top of the engaging drive and all the power, we have the lovely interior. The generous dose of leather and Alcantara upholstery, all the yellow contrasting accents, the dual screens that run across the dashboard, the ambient lighting, and the AMG flat-bottom steering make the A45S’ cabin such an enjoyable place to be in.

mercedes-amg a45s dashboard

It is spacious as well – there is actually enough head and leg space for four six-footers to sit comfortably in the car for a few hours – something that we didn’t expect at all to be frank.

And then, there is the boot with 370 litres of space with the seats up, and 1,210 litres with the 40:20:40 split rear seats folded – which is 10 litres more than the BMW 1 Series. Impressed yet?

mercedes-amg a45s grille

Last but not least, we have smartphone integration, wireless charging, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, and of course the Burmester surround sound premium audio system.

Conclusion   

In a nutshell, the new Mercedes-AMG A45S surprised us in many ways with what it has to offer. Not only is it more powerful than the outgoing model, but also more spacious, more visually appealing, more comfortable, and simply put; more sensible.

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The only catch here is the hefty price tag that is close to half-a-million Ringgit. But then again, a lot of good things in life come at a price don’t they?

So, in case you’re wondering how much money you need to spend to have everyone looking at you, and to have a car that is practical enough to be driven everyday yet potent enough to mess around with almost any car on the road as well as the racetrack, the answer is RM443,000 minus SST.

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The New Mercedes-AMG GLA 45 is Not to be F****d With

With close to 400 horses under the hood right out of the factory, the Mercedes-AMG GLA 45 is without a doubt, among the most powerful “everyday” cars we have out there.

And guess what, the 2021 version is officially here and it is even more powerful than it was, but before we get to that, let us get the boring bits out of the way first.

On the exterior, the new GLA 45 now looks more like a full-blown SUV, sporting a curvy silhouette that is complemented by a long bonnet with bulging powerdomes, an AMG-specific radiator grille with vertical slats, LED High Performance headlamps, a front splitter in silver chrome, 19-inch light-alloy wheels (S-Model 20-inch wheels), as well as twin tailpipes.

The GLA 45 4MATIC S on the other hand, gets a pair of larger, oval exhaust tailpipes with a diameter of 90 mm, which feature internal fluting and AMG lettering.

Inside, we have the usual suspects like the MBUX infotainment system, black Artico man-made leather and Dinamica microfiber upholstery, AMG highlights with double topstitching in red, red seatbelts, as well as AMG carbon fibre-look trim element in the dashboard support. The chromed air vents are likewise upgraded with a red ring.

In the S model, we have yellow highlights throughout the interior, AMG Performance steering wheel with a yellow 12 o’clock marking, AMG steering wheel buttons, an AMG logo, plus ambient lighting.

Also standard is the centre console in piano-lacquer look with a touchpad as standard has a further control array with additional switches for controlling the 3-stage ESP, the manual transmission mode, the adaptive damping system AMG Ride Control.

Now, the juicy bits – as revealed earlier, there will be two variants; the GLA 45 4MATIC+ and GLA 45 S 4MATIC+, which come with the most powerful mass-produced 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged engine in the world.

While the base model delivers 387 hp, the S‑variant kicks out a massive 421 hp. Both come with the AMG Speedshift DCT 8G Dual Clutch gearbox, and the active, fully-variable AMG Performance 4MATIC+ all-wheel drive system that distributes power to the rear axle wheel-selectively by AMG Torque Control. Maximum torque has also increased from 475 to as much as 500 newton metres.

How the AMG Torque Control feature works is that it distributes power to the left and right rear wheels flexibly and at different ratios, according to the given driving situation – resulting in optimum traction, whatever the road surface conditions and whatever course the route takes.

Thanks to the package, the GLA 45 does the century sprint in 4.4 seconds, while the GLA 45 S does it in 4.3 seconds. Both models come with a factory limited speed limit of 270 km/h.

There are six AMG DYNAMIC SELECT drive programs to choose from – “Slippery”, “Comfort”, “Sport”, “Sport+”, “Individual” and “RACE” (standard for S-Model, included in the optional AMG DYNAMIC PLUS package for the base model) which allow a wide spread of vehicle characteristics, from comfortable to highly dynamic, where numerous relevant parameters are modified:

The AMG developers have also extensively reinforced the body shell, increasing the torsional rigidity at the vehicle’s front end. In addition, diagonal struts at the front and rear of the underbody further improve rigidity.

That being said, we can expect the new GLA 45 AMG to arrive here by the end of next year or even earlier, but it will definitely be coming here, looking at how successful the existing version is.

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Mercedes-Benz C200 AMG Line Launched – RM252k

Mercedes-Benz Malaysia today announced the introduction of the new C 200 AMG Line, which will be replacing the outgoing C200 Avantgarde.

The C200 is upgraded with AMG line together with a host of enhancement including an even more dynamic engine, sports suspension, state-of-the-art digital infotainment system and Mercedes me connect.


Powering the Mercedes-Benz C200 AMG Line is a new 2.0-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine that produces 204 hp and 300 Nm of torque, paired to a 9G-Tronic automatic transmission. Prior to this, the C200 was powered by a 1.5-litre EQ Boost hybrid powertrain.

Where performance is concerned, the C200 AMG Line accelerates from 0 – 100 km/h in 7.1 seconds and achieves a top speed of 250 km/h.

On the exterior, key features include the new diamond radiator grille integrated with the Mercedes star and pins in chrome, the AMG front apron with sporty air intake and chrome trim element, and the AMG diffuser-look rear apron with insert in black. Also new with the C200 is the 18-inch AMG 5-spoke light-alloy wheels.

On the inside, the C200 AMG Line also comes with the AMG Line interior. The numerous highlights of the AMG Line include the ARTICO leather upholstery, galvanised steering wheel gearshift paddles and AMG sports pedals.

Like its predecessor, safety features in the new C200 includes the Active Brake Assist, PRE-SAFE and Blind Spot Assist.

The new C200 AMG Line is now equipped with Mercedes me connect, the newest generation of connectivity that helps Mercedes-Benz owners to stay connected and in sync with their vehicles.

Other features of the Mercedes me connect includes Mercedes–Benz emergency call system (E-call), remote vehicle diagnostics, pre-entry climate control, predictive navigation, and parked vehicle locator.

Priced at RM251,587 on the road without insurance, the C200 AMG Line can be owned with EaseProtect Financing starting from RM2,988 per month.

The car also comes with Comprehensive Motor Insurance along with Tyre & Rim Insurance for the first year of ownership.

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Here’s the New E63 AMG, Mercedes-Benz’s Answer to the New M5

Just three days after the new BMW M5 was unveiled, the folks at Mercedes-AMG have swiftly responded to Munich with the new Mercedes-AMG E63 4MATIC+.

According to Mercedes-Benz, the latest generation E63 will be considerably more comfortable than before, and also come with an extensive design update both inside and outside, so let us jump right into the enhancements.

On the exterior, the front end of the E63 AMG has been completely redesigned.  While the central cooling air inlet is now larger, the AMG-specific radiator grille with twelve vertical louvres and central star is also larger.

Together with the flatter all-LED multibeam headlamps, the model’s wheel arches are now flared further outwards, and the rounded-fit bonnet with powerdomes, is also new.

The reshaped front apron in a jet-wing design with three large, functional air intakes and front splitter influences the overall vehicle proportions and also significantly reduces lift at the front axle.

The interior has also thoroughly enhanced – with highlights like the Widescreen Cockpit, the new AMG Performance steering wheel, and the MBUX infotainment system with AMG-specific functions and displays.

The rear end has also been extensively redesigned. We now have two new, flatter tail lights with two sections that extend into the boot lid, and visually link with each other with a trim strip in high-gloss chrome on the top.

As for the reshaped rear apron, the lower part is in high-gloss black and is elegantly structured with a trim strip in Silver Shadow, running over the entire width of the car.

The rounded 90 mm trapezoidal twin tailpipes are chrome-plated on the base model, and on the S-Model they have a new design in titanium matt with fluting on the exterior and interior. The rear section is rounded off by the high-gloss black diffuser, also restyled, with two longitudinal fins.

Aerodynamically optimised and painted in a choice of either matt black or high-gloss black or in high-gloss tantalum grey, are the new 19-inch 10-spoke light-alloy wheels.

Meanwhile the S-Model is shod in new 20-inch 5-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels, also aerodynamically optimised and with a wider aero rim edge, painted in a choice of matt black or high-gloss tantalum grey. 

Further individual focuses can be set with the optional AMG Night Package. The exterior mirror housings, window frames, trim insert in the longitudinal members plus trim elements in the front and rear apron are kept in high-gloss black here. There are also tailpipe trim elements in black chrome. The AMG-specific radiator grille is also available in a darkened design.

Exclusively available for the 63-series models, the AMG Exterior Carbon-Fibre Package I comprises a front splitter, trim insert in the longitudinal member and the trim element in the rear apron in carbon fibre. The AMG Exterior Carbon-Fibre Package II adds individual highlights with mirror caps and a spoiler lip on the boot lid (Saloon) in carbon fibre.

A further highlight is the MBUX infotainment system with a touchscreen and touchpad, the intelligent voice control plus AMG-specific displays and settings. The two displays for the instrument cluster and multimedia displays blend visually beneath a shared glass cover to form the Widescreen Cockpit. In the base model the monitors measure 10.25 inches diagonally, on the S-Model 12.25-inch screens are on board as standard. 

For the instrument cluster’s display, the customer can switch between the three AMG display styles of “Modern Classic”, “Sport” and “Supersport”.

Via the AMG menu, the driver can call up various special AMG displays such as Engine Data, gear speed indicator, Warm-up, Set-Up, G-Meter and RACETIMER. With individual AMG displays such as visualisation of the drive programs or telemetry data, the touchscreen multimedia display likewise underscores the dynamic configuration.

Power comes courtesy of the same 4.0-litre Twin Turbo V8 engine as before, paired with a 9-speed AMG Speedshift automatic gearbox and an AMG Performance 4Matic+ variable AWD system. While the base E63 produces 571 PS and 750 Nm, S version makes 612 PS and 850 Nm. Century sprint times stand at 3.5 seconds for the base model and 3.4 seconds for the S.

So, this or the M5?

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All You Need to Know about the AMG Compacts Launched Today

Mercedes-Benz Malaysia today celebrated the digital premiere of three new AMG compact models – the Mercedes-AMG A 35 4MATIC, A 45 4MATIC+, and the CLA 45 4MATIC+.

Before we go any further, let’s get the most painful part out of the way, the price:

  • Mercedes-AMG A 35 4MATIC Edition 1 – RM379,888
  • Mercedes-AMG A 45 S 4MATIC+ Edition 1 – RM459,888
  • Mercedes-AMG CLA 45 S 4MATIC+ – RM448,888

On one hand, we have the Mercedes-AMG A 45 S 4MATIC+ and CLA 45 S 4MATIC+ powered by a newly developed 2.0-litre turbo engine making 421 PS and 500 Nm of torque,  which is like 40 hp more than the outgoing 45 series. Maximum torque has also increased from 475 to up to 500 Nm.

Both models are able to sprint from zero to 100 km/h in just 4 seconds, and clock a top speed of 270 km/h.

The noticeable change of the M 139 engine is the reversed mounting position of the engine whereby the exhaust manifold and turbocharger are now located at the rear whereas, the intake system is now at the front. The modified position allows for a flat, more aerodynamic front design while concurrently optimising the air flow in the engine compartment, which simply means “more power!!!”

And then we have the A 35 4MATIC hatchback which is powered by 2.0-litre four cylinder turbo engine producing 306 hp output and 400 Nm of torque. The AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT 7G transmission enables the car to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 4.7 seconds which is still quite quick. All three models are equipped with the AMG Performance 4MATIC variable all-wheel drive system.

That said, below are all the key details about the three AMG compacts launched today:

Equipment included in the vehicle:

Mercedes-AMG A 35 4MATIC Edition 1 Hatchback

Powertrain

  • 2.0 L 4 Turbocharged Petrol Engine
  • AMG DYNAMIC SELECT
  • AMG ride control suspension
  • AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT 7G

Exterior Features

  • 48.3 (19-inch) AMG multi-spoke light-alloy wheels
  • AMG Aerodynamics package
  • AMG Bodystyling
  • AMG Night package
  • Electrically folding and adjustable exterior mirror
  • MULTIBEAM LED

Interior Features

  • Aluminium AMG Design trim elements in black/silver
  • Ambient lighting
  • AMG door sill panels with »AMG« lettering, illuminated
  • AMG floor mats
  • AMG Performance seats
  • AMG Performance steering wheel in nappa leather
  • Double cup holder
  • Electric adjustable front seats with memory function
  • THERMOTRONIC automatic climate control
  • Windscreen wipers with rain sensor

Safety & Driver Assistance

  • Active Brake Assist
  • Active Lane Keeping Assist
  • Active Parking Assist with PARKTRONIC
  • Anti-theft alarm system
  • Blind Spot Assist
  • KEYLESS-GO
  • Kneebag
  • PRE-SAFE® system
  • Reversing camera
  • TIREFIT
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system

Multimedia

  • Mercedes-Benz emergency call system
  • Advanced sound system
  • All-digital instrument display
  • Android Auto
  • Apple CarPlay
  • Communications module (LTE)
  • Extended MBUX function
  • Hard-disc navigation
  • Head up display
  • MBUX multimedia system
  • Remote engine start
  • Smartphone integration
  • Touchpad without Controller
  • Wireless charging system for mobile devices

Mercedes-AMG A 45 S 4MATIC+ Edition 1

Powertrain

  • 2.0 L 4 Turbocharged Petrol Engine
  • AMG DYNAMIC SELECT
  • AMG ride control suspension
  • AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT 8G

Exterior Features

  • 48.3 cm (19-inch) AMG 5-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels
  • AMG Aerodynamics package
  • AMG Bodystyling
  • AMG Night package
  • Electrically folding and adjustable exterior mirror
  • MULTIBEAM LED
  • Red painted brake callipers

Interior Features

  • Ambient lighting
  • AMG door sill panels with »AMG« lettering, illuminated
  • AMG floor mats
  • AMG Performance seats
  • AMG Performance steering wheel in DINAMICA microfibre
  • AMG steering wheel buttons
  • Dark aluminium trim elements in AMG Edition 1 design
  • Double cup holder
  • Electric adjustable front seats with memory function
  • THERMOTRONIC automatic climate control
  • Windscreen wipers with rain sensor

Safety & Driver Assistance

  • Active Brake Assist
  • Active Lane Keeping Assist
  • Active Parking Assist with PARKTRONIC
  • Anti-theft alarm system
  • Blind Spot Assist
  • KEYLESS-GO
  • Kneebag
  • PRE-SAFE® system
  • Reversing camera
  • TIREFIT
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system

Mercedes-AMG CLA 45 S 4MATIC+ Coupé

Powertrain

  • 2.0 L 4 Turbocharged Petrol Engine
  • AMG DYNAMIC SELECT
  • AMG ride control suspension
  • AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT 8G

Exterior

  • 48.3 cm (19-inch) AMG cross-spoke forged wheels
  • AMG Bodystyling
  • Electrically folding and adjustable exterior mirror
  • Red painted brake callipers

Interior

  • Ambient lighting
  • AMG door sill panels with »AMG« lettering, illuminated
  • AMG floor mats
  • AMG Performance seats
  • AMG Performance steering wheel in nappa leather / DINAMICA microfibre
  • AMG steering wheel buttons
  • designo seat belts in red
  • Double cup holder
  • Electric adjustable front seats with memory function
  • Folding rear seat backrests
  • Multibeam LED
  • THERMOTRONIC automatic climate control

Safety & Driver Assistance

  • 360° camera
  • Anti-theft alarm system
  • Driving assistant package
  • HANDS-FREE ACCESS
  • KEYLESS-GO
  • Kneebag
  • PRE-SAFE® system
  • TIREFIT
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system

Multimedia

  • All-digital instrument display
  • Android Auto
  • Apple CarPlay
  • Burmester® surround sound system
  • Communications module (LTE) for the use of Mercedes me connect services
  • MBUX multimedia system
  • Mercedes-Benz emergency call system
  • Smartphone integration
  • Touchpad without Controller
  • Wireless charging system for mobile devices

Here’s a mega gallery for for your viewing pleasure!

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