If you’ve been waiting to buy a Mercedes, there’s a chance it’s a bit late.

The Japanese carmaker has a long list of problems that have made it a big disappointment, and the company is reportedly still trying to figure out how to make a car that’s both practical and comfortable to drive.

The company has been trying to develop a new car since 2014, and its current product is a sedan called the Jetta, but it’s still too expensive to compete in the mass market.

The company’s CEO is reportedly also trying to build a car in its own image, one that’s lighter, quieter, more environmentally friendly, and more powerful.

The current prototype is a Mercedes-Benz S550, which is a hybrid that uses a combination of electric motors and hydrogen fuel cells.

That hybrid model has been on the market since 2018, but there hasn’t been a production car for more than a year and a half.

Now, the German carmaker is bringing a hybrid version of its S550 sedan to the US market, with the aim of bringing down the price to $55,000.

That price tag, however, comes with some caveats.

First of all, it will have to make do with a limited production run, and it will be very expensive.

For comparison, the S550 is currently selling for around $50,000 in the US, so the price tag for the US-only Jetta will be significantly lower.

That’s because the Jettas will be offered as two-door vehicles.

Second, the Jette will be a one-off, so no one else will be able to make it.

The carmaker will need to find a supplier who can make a more powerful version of the Jestec hybrid, which will likely come with an additional battery.

Third, there is still the issue of safety.

There are already several lawsuits in Europe about the safety of the hybrid versions of the S 550 and Jetta.

The US auto giant has already said that the cars won’t be sold in Europe until 2020, which means that it won’t have a production model to sell until 2022.

The US-based automaker also has to deal with other issues with the cars, including the fact that it is a German company, and that the US government is still looking to regulate the car industry in Europe.