Electric mobility will be in the spotlight next week on the Mercedes-Benz stand at the Paris Motor Show.
The focus at Paris Motor Show by Mercedes-Benz Cars will be characterized by change, both digitally and electrically.
Featured will be the electric drive versions of the new smart fortwo, the smart fortwo cabrio and, for the first time, the smart forfour.
A Mercedes-Benz show car embodying a concrete vision of a totally new generation of vehicles with battery-electric drive will also have its world premiere.
A new member of the E-Class family will be on show for the first time: alongside the sedan and wagon variants, the E-Class All-Terrain vehicle (currently not planned for Canada) is a new, lifestyle-oriented addition to the model range.
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The focus on the topic of electric mobility is supported by the architecture of the trade show stand and its media presentations.
Running centrally from the front edge through to the large LED panel on the rear building is the E-Mobility Lane: the electric vehicles from Mercedes-Benz Cars are positioned on black, backlit glass.
They form the cordon for the Mercedes-Benz show car which is displayed in the central perspective. This provides a specific vision of a completely new vehicle generation with battery-electric drive system.
Architecturally the stand, which covers a total area of over 26,000 square feet, is framed by the “Silver Flow”. This extensive, attention-grabbing shape has been the symbol of Mercedes-Benz’s global trade show attendance since 2014.
A new feature is the integration of social media communication in the stand design: presentations on key topics are streamed via Facebook Live to the Mercedes community – at the same time, the stream can also be viewed on the five media panels on the stand.