In spite of a challenging year in 2009, Mercedes-Benz experienced a 19% sales rise in November to 88,600 cars.
Abu Dhabi (PRWEB) December 14, 2009
On Monday, Dec. 14th Mercedes-Benz will hold an exclusive year end reception for journalists from around the globe at the Yas Marina Race Track in Abu Dhabi, the home of Daimler AG’s largest single investor Aabar. The world's leading luxury carmaker, just posted a 19% sales rise in November to 88,600 cars. Dr. Dieter Zetsche, CEO of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars together with members of the board of Daimler AG will look back at the year 2009 and towards the future outlook for Mercedes-Benz in 2010.
In spite of challenging times, 2009 was a successful year for Mercedes-Benz, taking off with the world premiere of the all-new E-Class and ending with a sneak preview of the E-Class convertible completing the E-Class model family. Two news feeds will be available via Satellite up-link on Monday December 14th.
The News Feed Includes:
- Sights and Sounds from the event at the Yas Marina race track in Abu Dhabi
- Interview with CEO of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars Dr. Dieter Zetsche
- Sound bites of Nico Roseberg the new Formula 1 Driver of Mercedes-Benz GP team
The B-Roll feed is free to use without any usage restrictions or obligations.
Monday 14 December 2009
11:30 AM thru 12:00 PM EST
02:30 PM thru 03:00 PM EST
GALAXY 17 91 W
DOWNLINK FREQ. TXP 19K SLOT B(14375.5 V/12075.5H) 9MHz NTSC Symbol Rate: 5.632 SR FEC 3/4 Encoding: Mpeg 2 420, 16:9
Feed Point Telephone: +1 646 3823661
Footage in broadcast quality available at ccm-news.com/Mercedes-Benz
Additional Information: The E-Class convertible – a 4-seater for all four seasons - will have its market launch in March 2010. The new Cabriolet offers a wealth of safety innovations one expects from a Mercedes. Highlights of the open-top two-door model include roll-over protection, reinforced A-pillars by two additional tubes and the plug-in B pillars. This is also the first Mercedes cabriolet featuring head bags.