The Pune-based German luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz will provide 55 top of the range E250 CDI luxury sedan cars on least to the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, according to a company statement. These high-end luxury sedans will be used by the visiting foreign dignitaries of the Ministry comprising Head of States, Presidents, Prime Ministers and top Diplomats.
Roland Folger, Managing Director and CEO of Mercedes-Benz India said that the German car maker had always been the preferred premium brand for head of states across the globe including India. “We are extremely proud of this fact. The impeccable sense of prestige, luxury, safety and comfort offered by a Mercedes-Benz is rarely matched and makes us the obvious choice for such exclusive clientele. The mandate from the MEA opting for the E-Class luxury sedan is a reitration of the inherent strength of our product and of the unsurpassable brand equity that Mercedes-Benz commands in the Indian luxury car market’, he pointed out.