DaimlerChrysler has outlined its plans for the Paris Motor Show later this month, with debuts scheduled for its Mercedes-Benz, Mercedes-McLaren, Dodge and Jeep brands, as well as the Chrysler Sebring already announced.
Mercedes-Benz is to launch the S 63 AMG saloon and CL 63 AMG Coupe, plus the latest CL-Class range and the limited-run SLR McLaren 722 Edition supercar. It will also run a display on 10 years of the SLK and a safety exhibit, showing work from its research labs and highlights of its innovations such as the first ABS (1978), first airbag (1980), first stability control (1995) and Chrysler's first powered brakes (1932) and first four-wheel disc brakes (1950).
Alongside the Chrysler Sebring, Chrysler's D-sector saloon, will be a Dodge 'concept car' - a preview of the Sebring's sister model, the Avenger. We'll also see the European premiere of the latest Jeep Wrangler and four-door, long-wheelbase Wrangler Unlimited models, already on sale in the US
I was at a release of the new CL in barcelona. Got to see it and sit in the back seat with some hot chick.
Not that I was too interested in the car.