Some visitors at Mercedes-Benz World – a free attraction in Weybridge, Surrey that provides an ultimate day-out for the whole family -- could get very lucky from October 27, 2012 until November 3, 2012 with free gifts awaiting them. Some visitors will receive free AMG Driving Experiences worth £185 while others will enjoy 4x4 Driving Experiences worth £120.
Some visitors under 16 will receive one-hour Driving Experiences worth £80. To celebrate the approaching Christmas season, every visitor to Mercedes-Benz World will receive an early Christmas gift, which may be one of the following: a delicious meal for two in the Gullwing Restaurant, an overnight stay at the Brooklands Hotel, a virtual round of golf in the Mercedes-Benz World golf simulator or a famous chocolate brownie from the food provider for the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes Formula One Team.
During the whole of the half term period, all visitors could avail of special offers that include discounts on most Driving Experiences.
This includes a £540 discount from the cost of the SLS AMG Half Day Experience, which normally costs £1,090. Andrew Mallery, Commercial Operations Director, Mercedes-Benz Cars, remarked that visitors will not only have the ultimate day out at Mercedes-Benz World, but everyone will also receive an early special Christmas gift.
Mallery said the experience could get more exciting with the featured Hot Lap passenger rides and driving shows from the Silvers Arrows Display Team, as well as a selection of driving experiences for under 16s.
He added that two to five year olds can receive a driving experience with a miniature electric Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes-Benz World is a legendary destination where classic cars and the latest models from the German car maker are displayed over three floors of the state-of-the-art building. These units include the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class and the very latest CLS Shooting Brake.
The latest generation CLS Shooting Brake of the Mercedes-Benz attains recognition with an inventive concept design that highlights its primary role in the field of design. The latest CLS has the proportions of a coupe; however, the new model offers new options with five doors and a roof spreading as far as the rear end. The CLS Shooting Brake exemplifies the groundbreaking advancement of the concept of the four-door coupe. In 2004, the said concept was applied with the first CLS. Since then, it served as the outline for the copied designs. The end product is individuality at its finest.
CEO Dr. Dieter Zetsche said each automobile legend charms the heart and the mind. A range capability is imperative for an automobile but customers do not give much recognition to this aspect. An extraordinary captivating quality is what makes a car stand out. The latest vehicle offers both aspects in an unrivaled way.
Unmistakably a coupé, the model’s proportions make it seem like the car was positioned to make a leap through its bent stance. It has a long hood, scanty window outline with frameless side windows, roof slanting rapidly to the rear and lasting to the hindmost part of the car. It is only during reexamination that the five doors and the car’s overall functionality become obvious.
Essentially, it exhibits an unmatched variant of a sports car with five seats and a huge tailgate. The design was intended for customers who want to deviate from the typical and, at the same time, get a sporty and roomy vehicle.
Similar to the CLS coupe, the model is a further highlight in the advanced luxury car series from Mercedes-Benz. It is likely to become the role model for a fresh segment in the market.