Back in March, a reader sent us some behind-the-scenes shots of a Mercedes-Benz A-Class shoot in Los Angeles. This video is the end result of those production days. Sit back and take a four-minute trip through one man's day, facilitated by his A-Class and all the spiffy features that Mercedes-Benz will be happy for you to take note of. The video is posted below.
Mercedes A Class
The Mercedes-Benz A-Class wowed us at the Geneva Motor Show with its handsome styling and luxe interior fitment, so much so that we wondered aloud if this is the new family of small cars that Daimler has promised the U.S. market for 2013. According to a firsthand tip, the A-Class has already made a trip to Hollywood for a close-up. Taking advantage of the well-established motion picture industry, Mercedes-Benz sent its small wonder to Los Angeles for a 5-day working vacation to shoot a commercia
Big Merc gender-bending is coming to the small Benzes when the platform underneath the A- and B-Class vehicles is released for consumption. Amongst the van-like MPVs will come a "four door coupe" that Autozeitung predicts will be called the CLA. Picture a shrunken CLS and you get the idea, and that's what Autozeitung's digital artist went with when fashioning a rendering. The "sandwich structure" of the current A/B-Class Benzes allows crash safety with a short nose, as well as passenger cabin be
Automotive News is reporting that Mercedes-Benz is going to drop their smallest model, the A-Class. The A-Class had a rather ignominious entry into the world in 1997 when an early production model was tested by some Swedish journalists in a common test there known as the "Moose Test". Essentially it is just a double lane change obstacle avoidance maneuver. Unfortunately for Mercedes, the A-Class failed miserably, rolling over.
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