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  Mercedes-Benz Vision GST

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Country of origin:Germany
Produced in:2002
Introduced at:2002 NAIAS
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Click here to download printer friendly version Mercedes-Benz well over the past years to changing customer preferences and future social requirements. With its saloons, estates, compact models, cabriolets, coupés, off-road models and roadsters, Mercedes-Benz is now, some nine years after the launch of its strategic product offensive, the most successful manufacturer of stylistically prestigious and technically pioneering automobiles in a wide spread of market segments.
But times continue to change. New lifestyles, new social trends and new values make a steady stream of new demands on the car. Vehicle concepts which are successful today may already be on the wane tomorrow. That's why Mercedes-Benz keeps its finger on the pulse by monitoring trends and analysing customer requirements, sifting this information and channelling it into the development of new design ideas.
The initials GST stand for 'Grand Sports Tourer', a new and attractive class of vehicle geared to a new and potentially important market segment of the future. It is a 'touring car' in the literal meaning of the term, a car made for covering long distances in comfort with the whole family.
The spacious interior, with its lavish materials and innovative engineering, can accommodate up to six passengers in first-class comfort. In fact it's comfort all the way - even before getting into the vehicle. A brief touch of the sensor button causes the door handles to glide out for easier opening. This is followed up a moment later by the next pleasant surprise: the large doors open to 90 degrees to present a breathtaking vista of the spacious interior.
Since there is no B-pillar, the exclusive interior is immediately exposed in all its glorious spaciousness on opening the door. It is quickly apparent that there is much more to this interior design than just attractive colours and styling. The Mercedes designers have produced a haven of comfort, a 'living space' and private world in which everything is geared to relaxation and enjoyment.

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