After launching the diesel C and CLA Class along with the B Class facelift, the  company is bringing the CLS facelift and the new E Class Cabriolet on Wednesday. Both the models will be imported as CBU (completely built units) in the country.

The facelifted CLS Class features Mercedes’ new diamond grille that has also present on the A and CLA Class along with new sportier bumper and subtle changes to the rear profile.

It also gets Mercedes' Multibeam LED headlamps while regular LEDs will be standard. Under the hood, the current vehicle’s 2.1-litre diesel engine will be carry forwarded, which gives a healthy output of 204bhp and peak torque of 500Nm.

The company is driving in the current-gen E Class’ cabriolet version in the country - E 400 Cabriolet. The latest model  is equipped with a fully-electric soft-top that can be opened or retracted at speeds up to 40 km/h. The convertible will be powered by a 3-liter turbo V6 petrol engine.

The power is handled by a seven-speed dual clutch transmission that helps in 0-100 km/h dash in 5.3 seconds and can reach a top speed of 250 km/h.