In the continuing saga of German brands not knowing how to name things, Mercedes-Benz is dropping the “AMG Sport” moniker and putting those cars under the AMG banner. This means you can buy a real-deal (sort of) AMG car for less!
Mercedes-Benz rolled out the new 2017 E-Class at the Detroit Auto Show, revealing an engine lineup now including a four-cylinder gasoline engine for the first time ever.
Screens! Gestures! Autonomy! More screens! If there was anything we learned from CES this year, it’s that the insides of cars are changing as fast as the cars themselves are.
The next time you see a perfect garage queen Mercedes 300SL Gullwing, remember they used to race those things every-damn-where.
Some things bear repeating. For instance, I tend to harp on about how value trumps price and that you shouldn’t ever settle for the mundane just because it’s technically the safer choice. As if to prove my point, the automotive gods at Mercedes-Benz have created the AMG C63 S: the world’s most perfect expression of…
[The safety dance. 190E W201 style. Photo credit: Mercedes-Benz]
Mercedes-Benz gave everyone a look inside its new 2017 E-Class by virtue of a video released last week, and it’s covered in digital displays. As for the exterior, the manufacturer hasn’t shown us what it looks like just yet—but might have accidentally given a hint.
Let's cut to the chase: This is a 563-hp Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, those are its amazing doors, and I took this picture in Mexico while hanging out of the car at 50 mph. Safety is for pansies. Viva velocidad!Oh, the doors. They are quite possibly the coolest thing on the car, the one feature that makes…
Mercedes-Benz teased the nose of its updated and restyled SL-Class design ahead of the reveal at the Los Angeles Auto Show in a couple of weeks, and it looks like they finally dropped the ugly that has haunted the roadster for decades.
Interested in buying an old Mercedes, but shied away because you’re worried that Craigslist is full of randos and murderers and this guy? Those may or may not be reasonable fears! But fear not, as Mercedes itself has you covered. If you’re willing to pay serious money, it’ll sell you a car right out of its own museum…
No consumer is ever too young to start fostering brand loyalty. So to help promote the anti-collision technology in its vehicles, and to seed the next-generation of owners, Mercedes-Benz created a couple of nifty toy cars that were impossible for kids to crash into each other.
Following up on their American adventures, Mercedes successfully tested its semi-autonomous Highway Pilot system on the German Autobahn. This technology can be fitted into regular production trucks and is a huge step towards fully autonomous transportation.
Volkswagen admitted to cheating on emissions tests with 11 million TDI engines worldwide, but are they alone in this? That’s what regulators and NGOs around the globe are trying to figure out at the moment, and at least one European group fears BMW, Mercedes and General Motors are doing the same kind of thing.
Following the introduction of Bentley’s new super-luxury Bentayga SUV at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, executives at Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz are now licking their lips at plans of pushing their SUVs into the same segment.
Here’s the tale of Luke, his imported 1986 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.0 and some weird German stuff like a headlight level thumbwheel.
While it’s just talk for now, news from Autoblog indicates that Mercedes-AMG reportedly has a new sports car in the works — and a very powerful and very high-end one, at that.
While the public expected a decision from Mercedes-Benz on whether its pickup truck will be sold in the U.S. by the end of the year, it appears the manufacturer will need a little longer to weigh its options.
The Mercedes-Benz Concept IAA is pretty far from what we would call a production-ready concept, but since active wings became a common thing, this transforming active tail might just be the next step towards improved efficiency.
Mercedes has already done an impressive job turning their once appealing and utilitarian G-Wagen into a leather-slathered, overdone block of idiot, but it takes the real magicians over at Brabus to push the Mercedes-Benz G500 4x4² to the true limits of stupid.