The Black Series line from Mercedes-AMG consists of cars for insane bastards. There was the CLK 63 AMG Black Series, which was fast enough to blast your retinas into the back of next Tuesday. And there was the SL65 AMG Black Series, which was so stiff your very existence turned to jelly. We always figured that it was…
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.
Despite a recent ad campaign touting the new 2017 Mercedes E-Class and its “Drive Pilot” driver assistance system as the “first self-driving car,” you actually still have to actively drive it. Sorry.
A Mercedes print ad that is featured in multiple magazines advertising a “self-driving car from a very self-driven company” doesn’t actually feature a self-driving car.
The upcoming 2017 Mercedes E-Class was supposed to debut next week at the Detroit Auto Show. And yet, here it is in all its staid glory.
The 2014 Mercedes E63 AMG has been making the rounds in camouflage for a few months. But we haven't gotten a chance to see it in the flesh.
If you've ever thought that new cars all look the same, here's proof. Swap the grills between two different makes (like between a Kia and a BMW) and it's hard to tell which design looks more appropriate.
Movie star and international playboy George Clooney's latest foray into car advertising shows him speeding off in a Mercedes E-Class limousine around China in an apparent attempt to make happy fun time with a Chinese woman. But why?
Testing cars these days is much trickier than it used to be. Now when you take a fräulein to the mall in your partially-disguised 2011 Mercedes E-Class convertible some car nut with an iPhone's there to take photos.
No surprises here, the 2011 Mercedes E-Class Convertible looks just like the Coupe sans roof. These shots come from a European trademark filing and reveal a handsome, C-Class based four-seat convertible.
The new Mercedes E-Class was launched in Britain with a tree-hugging ad stating "It's a pleasure, but not a guilty one." The UK's national Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) disagreed and told them to pull the print advertisement. Who is right?
When we drove from Manhattan to Detroit's Woodward Dream Cruise, it got us thinking about the Holy Grail of American road trips: all the way across the country. It has to be done, but behind the wheel of what?