NEW YORK – The new ’10 Mercedes S400 is hitting U.S. shores without the auto maker’s popular 4Matic all-wheel-drive system, but insiders say engineers are hard at work making sure future versions of the hybrid-electric vehicle will offer the option. Customers who preordered the all-new ’10 Mercedes S400 HEV are beginning to take delivery of the first cars as they arrive in the U.S. The flagship hybrid, which has been on sale in Europe since last spring, is expected to account for 10% of ...
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