As the first store in Asia, it offers an interactive brand and product experience. Customers and interested persons can find out
about the brand and its services and the vehicle range via digital interactions or conversations with the store personnel. Integrated into the Mercedes me Store is a 'Collection Shop', which offers stylish fashion and lifestyle ideas as well as exclusive travel equipment. A lounge and bistro top off the brand experience.
"All Mercedes me Stores, with their welcoming bistro and event concepts, are designed to appeal to both young and new customers," said Ola Kallenius, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG, responsible for Mercedes-Benz Cars Marketing & Sales. "The opening of the Mercedes me Store in Tokyo marks the debut of this new sales format in Asia."
The Mercedes me Stores aim at bringing the Mercedes-Benz brand to life in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. The stores follow a uniform concept, but also take into account local aspects, which is why they vary in size and location. A characteristic elemtent is the use of interactive digital technology, which provides visitors with a consistent premium brand experience.
The first Mercedes me Store opened at the Inner Alster lake in Hamburg in June 2014; the second opened in Milan next to the Milan Cathedral in May this year. Following the launch of the Mercedes me Store at the Tokyo Haneda Airport Interminal 2, further stores are set to open this year in the metropolises Moscow, Hong Kong, and Beijing.