Luxury car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz on Monday celebrated a historic milestone of rolling-out of the 100,000th Mercedes-Benz for the Indian market. The car was rolled-out from the assembly line of Mercedes-Benz’s world-class manufacturing facility at Chakan in Pimpri Chinchwad district of Maharashtra.
Speaking on this occasion, Mercedes-Benz India Managing Director and CEO Roland Folger said, “The roll out of the 100,000th Mercedes-Benz vehicle in India is a strong testimony of the impeccable customer trust and the unsurpassable brand equity Mercedes-Benz enjoys in this dynamic country.”
With this, Mercedes-Benz has become the first luxury car maker in India to reach the milestone of manufacturing 100,000 cars ‘Made in India, for India’.
India is a key emerging market for Mercedes-Benz with a world class production facility and processes- enabling reduced time frame for producing more cars than ever before.
Mercedes-Benz has a robust local portfolio comprising 9 key models in India including the New Generation Cars like CLA, GLA; C-Class, E-Class, S-Class, sedans and the GLC, GLE, GLS SUVs and also Mercedes-Maybach S 560.
Mercedes-Benz started its production in India by rolling-out the E-Class in 1995.