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Time and again, the Indian market has proved to be immensely successful for Mercedes-Benz. The German luxury car maker has posted its best fiscal year in India, with 18,123 units in FY 23-24. To offer some context, Mercedes-Benz sold 16,497 units in the previous fiscal year. It also posted its best-ever quarter in Q1 2023, selling 5,412 units.

Mercedes S63 E AMG

Now let’s get down to brass-tacks. Mercedes-Benz has confirmed 9 launches for 2024; the AMG lineup is going to expand with the S 63 e-Performance and the C 63 e-Performance, which are set to be launched by the second quarter of 2024. Just to give you a taste of things to come, the S 63 e-Performance packs a 4.0-litre V8 hybrid powertrain producing a total of 791 bhp and 145.8 kgm of torque. Excited?

The outgoing E-Class continues to be the best-selling Merc, and while the new-generation model has been unveiled globally, we are expected to receive the long-wheelbase version here. The new E-Class is expected to make its way here this year, but the timeline remains anybody’s guess for now.

The Maybach EQS SUV is likely to be among the three EVs headed our way

Moving to the electric side of things; Mercedes-Benz claims the EQE SUV has seen a rather strong response, and its EV portfolio is also set to expand as well. The car maker will be launching three new EVs by the end of 2024, one of which is highly likely to be the Maybach EQS SUV. Interestingly, the EQG is set to make its global debut on April 24; could that be another of the planned EVs? We’ll only know later.

Which Mercedes-Benz are you particularly waiting for? Let us know!