Mercedes is developing a battery-powered sedan about the size of its S class, dubbed the EQ S, which will challenge Tesla's Model S for high-end electric-car buyers.
Cadillac will realign its product portfolio and get operations in order before releasing a "halo vehicle."
Mercedes-AMG launches its first four-door sports car in the GT line. Three variants will be available Canada.
Mercedes-Benz -- a high-profile mainstay of the Detroit auto show -- is poised to withdraw from the event next year, sources at the German carmaker said. A withdrawal would mark the latest setback for the Detroit show, which has watched brands such as Mazda, Volvo, Porsche, Jaguar and Land Rover pull out.
After the most thorough redesign in its 39-year history, the Mercedes-Benz G class is poised to sell out in Canada and post record U.S. sales in 2019, the automaker says.
Canada gets two versions of the new Mercedes-Benz A class, a car CEO Dieter Zetsche calls a "smartphone on wheels" by offering what the automaker says is the most advanced human-machine interface it has developed.
Images of the redesigned Mercedes-Benz G class have leaked before its official Detroit auto show debut, and it doesn't look very different.
All 11 of Mercedes-Benz Canada's corporate stores now report to Robert Müller, who was appointed vice president of corporate retail Jan. 1. The change is designed to streamline dealership leadership.
When it comes to AMG, Mercedes-Benz's performance division, Canada punches above its weight — well above it — in terms of sales. Canada is AMG's third-largest market behind the U.S. and Germany.
Daimler will launch a customer support voice-activated "chatbox" app. Customers will be able to pose questions to the app either in vehicles where it has been installed, or by using a smartphone version of the service.
Mercedes-Benz Canada and Toyota Canada have tapped into the country's vast shopping-mall landscape, with each taking a different approach to selling cars alongside department stores and other shops.
Daimler is recalling more than one million Mercedes cars and SUVs worldwide, including 76,000 in Canada, to address potential unintended airbag deployments.