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Ferrari's CEO Luca di Montezemolo resigns his position, the Mercedes-AMG GT was unveiled in Stuttgart, and the Jaguar XE hits the stage in the UK. It's The Week In Reverse, right here at Motor Authority.
It's not just about pure sales numbers. The A-Class has actually been Benz's biggest seller in 2014 although that is likely to shift with the arrival of a new generation C. It's also about brand image.
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Mercedes-Benz is realigning its global passenger cars manufacturing activities and is strengthening its German passenger cars locations with investments worth billions of euros. " We want to continue to grow and will significantly increase our production capacities in the coming years.
If there's one thing you can be sure of, it's that a shinier and sleeker missile will be deployed every cycle in the see-saw arms race that is the premium executive sedan segment. While no longer the starting point, it continues to define the market in many ways, so a swanky projectile that offers excellent penetration is a must - the category is still the key one in pulling in buyers making their entry into the premium segment, bragging rights, brand clout, that sort of thing.
The last time Jaguar made a midsize sedan, it wasn't exactly praised. No, the X-Type wasn't a proper offering in a segment led by the BMW 3 Series, Audi A4, and Mercedes-Benz C-Class, but this new XE looks to offer serious competition for classmates from Germany, America, and Japan.
Jaguar's resurgence over its past several new models has been cemented with the F-Type coupe and roadster, especially in the sports car arena. Today, Jaguar unveiled the latest addition to its line: the 2015 XE, which seeks to take on the best of the sport sedan segment while delivering Jaguar's characteristic flair for style.
Dieter Zetsche, Daimler AG's chief executive officer, said the automaker will be able to build 65,000 more vehicles at its Alabama plant with capacity at the facility expected to top 300,000 next year as it adds its latest SUV model, the ML Coupe. "This is a phenomenon that's been taking place for many, many years, with a brief pothole during the financial crisis, that SUVs as a segment of total car sales, is growing," Zetsche told reporters at Daimler's Vance, Alabama, factory.
Mercedes-Benz worker assembles C-Class sedan at Tuscaloosa, Alabama plant on Sept. 5, 2014.
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama-Daimler AG will begin producing its ML Coupe, a compact sport-utility vehicle, at its Mercedes-Benz factory here next year, increasing the plant's number of models built to five amid an expansion that would lift annual output to more than 300,000 vehicles by 2016.
VW, Jaguar, Land Rover fall as other Europeans gain european august sales volkswagen audi bmw Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1umIqov August tested of the sales appeal of VW's redone, 7th-generation Golf. It was the first full-month of sales for all versions of the new Golf.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 05:58 am
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