Thinking of getting new highlights? Well the new limited edition models of GLE 43 AMG and SLC 43 AMG are finally launched by Mercedes- AMG and have certainly got highlights. The GLE 43 is also known as the OrangeArt and the SLC 43 is also known as the RedArt. Only 25 units of each car has been manufactured.
Orange highlights on the front and rear section of the car and on the alloy wheels is the main reason behind the name OrangeArt for GLE 43 SUV Coupe. the orange lettered and piped AMG has found its place on the floor mats. Similarly the SLC 43 convertible comes with red highlights. The brake calipers come with an AMG lettering. The GLE 43 has 21 inch 5 spoke alloy wheels which are glossy black with orange touchups, and the SLC 43 has 18 inch alloy wheels. The interiors of the cars get red and orange touches for the respective ones. Both the car runs on a 3.0-litre, V6 turbo-petrol motor which churns out 367 hp of power for GLE and 390 hp of power for the SLC, and 520 Nm of torque for both. The transmission is handled by a 9 speed automatic gearbox. Both the cars come as CBU (Completely Built Units).
Roland Folger, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India, gave a brief thought on this launch, “We have an exciting range of products in our global portfolio which we present to our Indian customers on a regular basis. We are delighted to introduce the highly distinctive, limited edition versions of two very special cars from the Mercedes-AMG line-up – the GLE 43 4MATIC Coupe ‘OrangeArt’ and the SLC 43 ‘RedArt’. These exclusive models come with additional flair and their dynamic styling is now accentuated by tasteful touches of flamboyance. The AMG brand signifies not just thoroughbred, motorsport-derived performance, but true exclusivity as well. With these limited edition models, we are heightening the sporty aspect of Mercedes-AMG and are confident that fans of the brand in India will be excited with these new offerings. We will continue to boost our AMG portfolio and enhance the brand promise of ‘driving performance’ even more in this market.”
The SUV, four wheel driven, is priced at Rs. 1.2 crore which is 15 lakhs more than its standard model and the rear wheel driven convertible is priced at Rs. 87.84 lakhs which is 8.4 lakhs more than the normal ones.
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