Mercedes-Benz launches limited editions of three models in Japan

Mercedes-Benz launches limited editions of three models in Japan

Japan seems to be showing a good niche for the German premium car manufacturer. With this, Mercedes-Benz took the opportunity to announce three new models, special and limited editions, but with the same performance as their standard versions for the Japanese market: E250 Coupe Limited Edition Sport Night A250 and A45 AMG Petronas.

The E250 Coupe Limited (above), with four-cylinder engine and alloy wheels rim 18 AMG, will cost about $ 70,000, and will be produced only 100 units, 80 of them in white, with the colors black and red for inside, and 20 in red on the outside, with a combination of dark beige and black leather in the cabin.

Then the Mercedes-Benz introduced the A250 Sport Edition Night, black in color with small red accents, both inside and outside. Other features include sports seats in black leather and Alcantara. The Japanese seeking a Class A with more performance can opt for the A45 AMG Petronas edition 360PS (above), which was shown at the Tokyo Auto Salon earlier this year. Only 30 copies will be made, each costing about $ 95,000.

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