VANCE, Ala. (AP) -- Mercedes-Benz is unveiling the latest version of its M-Class sport-utility vehicle built in Alabama.
The German automaker will hold an event Wednesday afternoon at the plant to show off the new design of its M-Class vehicle. The company will unveil the first model to be assembled in the state.
Gov. Robert Bentley will also be on hand to mark the 18-year partnership between the state and Mercedes-Benz.
The factory is located in Vance between Tuscaloosa and Birmingham. It was the first automotive assembly plant built in Alabama.