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The product pipeline for Mercedes-Benz is a Horn of Plenty over the next three years, with at least seven new models landing on American shores on top of refreshed and new-generation offerings. We've seen the new CL, CLS, S-Class and R-Class, and spy shots of the coming SLK, SL, SLS Convertible, C-Class Coupe.

If you believe the rumors dusting up from L'Automobile Magazine, Nissan may be borrowing more than a small engine from Daimler. The French site is reporting that the two companies could be looking into sharing an entire platform in order to create a new Infiniti-badged CUV. If our Google translator is to be believed, the French site claims that Infiniti will be getting its paws on the next Mercedes-Benz A/B Class in order to build a new DX model destined to slot below the current EX.

Mercedes-Benz F800 Concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

2009 Mercedes-Benz B-Class – Click above for high-res image gallery

Mercedes-Benz B-Class – Click above for high-res image gallery

2009 Mercedes-Benz B-Class – Click above for high-res image gallery

Mercedes-Benz A-Class - Click above for high-res image gallery

After at least two years of trying to determine what it was going to do about its next-generation Mercedes-Benz A and B-class compacts, Daimler has announced that it will commit €600 million to update and expand the factory that builds them. We still don't know what platform Mercedes will use for the new small cars, but they will start production at the Rastatt factory in late 2011. Part of the updates to the factory will include a 710,000 square foot body shop to produces the shells of the

Mercedes-Benz A-Class - Click above for high-res image gallery

Mercedes-Benz A-Class - Click above for high-res image gallery

Mercedes-Benz concept BlueZero - Click above for high-res image gallery

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Click above for a high-res gallery of the 2009 A class

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