Mumbai: The country’s largest luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz India, which launched its maiden SUV Coupe, the GLE 450 AMG Coupe, reiterated that if the ban on registration of high-end diesel cars in NCR continues beyond March, it will have to review its business plans in the country.

“I hope the ban on high-end diesel models does not go beyond March 31. I hope the Supreme Court takes a long term view that really helps control emissions and air pollution. But if the ban stays for longer, then we will have no other option but to review our business plans here,” Managing Director and Chief Executive Roland Folger told PTI. The company has overtaken its rival Audi by a wide margin, selling 13,502 units in 2015, up 32% from 10,201 units in 2014, to become the top luxury carmaker in India. Merc to review ops if diesel car ban stays

Mumbai: The country’s largest luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz India, which launched its maiden SUV Coupe, the GLE 450 AMG Coupe, reiterated that if the ban on registration of high-end diesel cars in NCR continues beyond March, it will have to review its business plans in the country.

“I hope the ban on high-end diesel models does not go beyond March 31. I hope the Supreme Court takes a long term view that really helps control emissions and air pollution. But if the ban stays for longer, then we will have no other option but to review our business plans here,” Managing Director and Chief Executive Roland Folger told PTI. The company has overtaken its rival Audi by a wide margin, selling 13,502 units in 2015, up 32% from 10,201 units in 2014, to become the top luxury carmaker in India.

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