His main argument for more all-wheel drive models were the sales numbers in countries where both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drove versions are being offered.
”It [the adoption of AWD] depends on the segment,” Moers told Motoring. “We have certain markets where we have both cars [rear and AWD E 63] available… and the take rate is more than 90 per cent. So we get our answer out of the customers.”
When asked about the current incompatibility of 4Matic and right-hand drive, the AMG boss sounded pretty sure when he said that future generations of the should most likely address that issue, saying that Mercedes-Benz can't “do that mistake twice.” A driver switchable awd/rwd system would probably please everyone, if you ask us...
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