Around 540 high-quality products from the Mercedes-Benz Collection are presented in the new 2016 catalogue, which is now available in a handy 21 x 27 cm format. Among the highlights are “Swiss Made” watches, elegant key chains made of stainless steel, new HUGO BOSS sport attire, durable luggage from Samsonite, all new AMG products and for the first time products from the Mercedes-Maybach Driver’s Choice Collection from MAYBACH – ICONS OF LUXURY. The new catalogue is published in German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, and Russian as well as in Chinese and is available at Mercedes-Benz sales partners.
The eleven categories – “Black Edition”, Watches, Sports, Fashion, Travel, Accessories, Key Chains, Gift Ideas, AMG, MAYBACH and Others – show just how diverse the range of products of the 2016 Mercedes-Benz Collection is.
Highlighting the new exclusive section “Black Edition” is the black watch “MB Automatic” for men. Limited to 500 units, this watch is powered by the ETA 2824-2 automatic movement. The decorated calibre is visible through the underbody glass cover. Other details are a black dial with 3D effect and a sunken Mercedes-Benz star, sapphire glass as well as a black leather strap with folding clasp. This “Swiss Made” limited edition watch is up to 10 ATM water resistant and has a diameter of 43 mm.
The products of the Driver’s Choice Collection from MAYBACH – ICONS OF LUXURY fulfil the highest of expectations. This exclusive Collection from MAYBACH – ICONS OF LUXURX are being presented for the first time in the catalogue. Just like the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class, this collection sets new standards in its respective luxury segment. The Collection includes travel and business bags, each black with a beige lining and beige top-stitching on handles and along zipper. These elegant bags are manufactured in Germany from 100 percent calf leather and bear an embossed the MAYBACH lettering.
The products from the Mercedes-Benz Collection 2016 are also available at Mercedes-Benz sales partners.
Source: Daimler AG