Audi and Volvo—with Allroad and Cross Country, respectively— already know they can get away with throwing lifts on wagons and selling them as new models. Now Mercedes has hopped in on the fun with the new E-Class All-Terrain. It’s macho and burley and totally not the same as the wagon. Nope, not at all.
If you haven’t heard, Nico Rosberg won today’s Formula One Singapore Grand Prix. But no one needed to tell you that, because you knew it would either be him or his teammate, Lewis Hamilton. The universe just won’t have it any other way!
The Mercedes-AMG GT is a luxurious yet delightfully hardcore model in its own right. What happens when you cut the top off and give it a whole heaping of more power, and make it launch to highway speed 3.7 seconds? You get this, the Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster. And it comes in two flavors.
Defending Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton is good friends—if you can call it that—with a tiger, and had playtime with it recently. Not through glass like us common folk do at the zoo, but, like, actually in a cage with it. If that doesn’t sound lethal enough, he decided to make an instructional video on “how to…
If you didn’t see, Nico Rosberg predictably won Sunday’s Formula One Italian Grand Prix and ahead of Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton. But you wouldn’t know if you caught the broadcast right before the podium ceremony, because Sebastian Vettel ran around in the first-place hat for a good few minutes.
You have to admire Mercedes-Benz sometimes. Back in 1991, it had customers begging the company to put its technologically groundbreaking, race-car-for-the-road, V12, gullwing supercar, the C112, into series production at whatever price it wanted. And Mercedes didn’t bother, mostly because it felt it had more important…
If, for some unholy reason, you weren’t too flummoxed by the amazing Aston Martin and Red Bull Formula One-inspired hypercar project with a one-to-one power-to-weight ratio, Mercedes-AMG is developing a F1-inspired hypercar project with a one-to-one power-to-weight ratio, too.
There are few cars that are truly offensive anymore. Lamborghinis are screaming jumbles of polygons for people who live in Dubai. Paganis are obscenely fast chrome-and-carbon art pieces, but they’re hardly repugnant. Want to actually insult people? Get the biturbo V12 Mercedes-AMG G65. It’s great.
The Mercedes-AMG SL63 convertible is a good car. A very good car. That sounds a bit ridiculous as it costs an eye-watering $162,795, but a lot of cars that cost that much are actually bad. As in, not good. Before I write a full review, now’s your chance to pick my brain.
This is the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6. It’s rather large. Mercedes says it’s both “hot” and “cool,” with a design that is “technoid and reduced.” Whatever that means. Seriously, who writes these press releases?
Well, this looks certifiably bonkers. Meet Mercedes’ big insane new concept car for Pebble Beach, the Mercedes-Maybach 6. It has gullwing doors!
Nothing screams “luxury” and “I’m amazing and you are a peasant” like a gigantic two-door coupe. And at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance this week, Maybach looks set to debut a coupe that will indeed make you feel like the inadequate wage-slave you are. Meet the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Concept, or at least, the…
This alternate 1991 Mercedes-Benz S-Class (W140) concept design is trying to hide something with a feature that the actual 1991 Mercedes Benz S-Class didn’t have.
In June, we speculated about how Mercedes-Benz could potentially launch an electric-only brand. We didn’t have a name for the brand. Now we do. And it’s really very silly.
Rio Haryanto, the now-ex Formula 1 driver backed by a state-owned Indonesian oil company, is out of the backmarker Manor F1 team, per Racer. What happened to all that sweet, sweet oil money, Rio?
Mercedes just teased a new Maybach coupe and now everyone is freaking out about the possibility of the ridiculous Exelero making a comeback.
Mercedes is reportedly planning to spin-off a new, all-electric sub-brand for its electric vehicle efforts, similar to BMW’s i-brand. I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but Mercedes is an automaker with a history full of great names, which is exactly why they shouldn’t try anything new.
The best things from the German Grand Prix were the oldest.
Mercedes has pulled the plug on at least one advertisement for the new E-Class after multiple groups reached out to the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the ad campaign for overstating the vehicle’s driver-assistance systems.