Geneva: new models including B-Class premiere

  • Date
    3 - 13 March 2005
  • Description
    Mercedes-Benz present the new 245-series B-Class and the facelifted 209-series CLK at the Geneva Motor Show. Other new products include the SLK 280 and seven C-Class (203 series) and E-Class (211 series) models fitted with the M 272 and OM 642 V6 petrol and diesel engines. A demonstration model of the new B-Class F-Cell fuel cell car gives a preview of the next generation of passenger cars featuring the forward-looking fuel cell technology. The new M-Class from the W 164 series has its European premiere. The Maybach brand presents the newly developed 57 S, a more powerful model for the ambitious self-driver. The uprated V12 biturbo engine from the 285 series delivers 450 kW / 612 hp and 1000 Nm.
B-Class, B 200 TURBO, exterior
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B-Class, B 200 TURBO, exterior
Maybach 57 S
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Maybach 57 S
Cutaway model of the "F-CELL", the B-Class car powered by a fuel cell. This perfectly demonstrates the advanced stage of development and the progressive nature of the B-Class car's fuel cell drive.
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CLK
M-Class: The new Mercedes-Benz M-Class is more dynamic, innovative and exclusive than ever.
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M-Class: The new Mercedes-Benz M-Class is more dynamic, innovative and exclusive than ever.
M-Class, exterior
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ML-Class
M-Class, exterior
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ML-Klasse
M-Class, exterior
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ML-Class
Mercedes-Benz B-Klasse Typ 200 CDI der Baureihe 245.
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B-Klasse
M-Class, exterior
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M-Class, exterior
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