Mercedes-Benz cars are going to be up to 20% cheaper in India. For this, the company has planned to start assembling AMG cars at its Pune-based plant.
- Mercedes-Benz cars will see a 20% reduction
- The company changed planning regarding AMG cars
- The company is preparing to launch electric cars by 2025
New Delhi: Whenever there is talk of luxury cars in India, Mercedes cars are definitely mentioned. A person who owns a Mercedes car in the country is considered rich. But now the company has made full preparations to break this illusion. Now Mercedes-Benz cars are going to be cheaper than before in India. For this, the company has made all preparations to make its cars cheaper by 20%.
- What is Mercedes-Benz’s planning?
At present, around 110% tax is levied on luxury cars in India. Let us tell you that India’s name also comes in the list of countries that collect the highest tax on luxury items in the world. Currently, 9 models of Mercedes-Benz are assembled in India which includes the A35 and the GLC43 Coupe. But now Mercedes-Benz has planned to increase the local assembly of its other cars as well.
- Mercedes-Benz cars to be up to 20% cheaper
Mercedes-Benz plans to assemble their AMG cars here as well in the times to come. These cars will be ready in the assembly line of Pune itself. However, even after this assembly, Mercedes-Benz cars will not be called Make In India. It may take some time. Assembling of AMG cars being done in Pune will bring down its cost, due to which the prices of the cars will come down by 18 to 20%.
- The company also has many plans regarding the future.
Mercedes-Benz plans to first assemble the AMG GLC 43 4MATIC Coupe in Pune. It is expected that it can be launched by next month. AMG (Aufecht Melcher Grossaspach) is a sub-brand of Mercedes-Benz. Apart from this, Mercedes-Benz is working on making all its vehicles electric which may be completed by 2025. As soon as the project of electric cars becomes successful, sooner the electric vehicles of Mercedes-Benz can also be seen in the Indian market. In such a situation, it is also expected that after AMG, electric vehicles can also be made in India.