Every time I get together with a handful of distant friends and talk about 90s BMWs, I have the same compulsion. It isn't I need an old BMW, it's weirder: I need to scan the amazing BMW brochures from my fanboy youth.
Most intelligent civilized people know that there is a time and a place for certain things. Those intelligent civilized people likely aren't the ones blasting a rare and expensive Brabus Mercedes-McLaren SLR Roadster (with matching Smart) through a Paris parking garage at more than 90 mph.
Sorry, Lexus. If you really want a December to remember, stick a bow atop this gold-plated, ruby-encrusted Mercedes SLR. It's the dream car of Swiss club owner and Thai-food impresario Ueli Anlicker, who built the "Red Gold Dream SLR." And it's $11 million.
It's a story familiar to most car lovers. You badly want a cutting edge exotic car but don't have the pile of cash required to afford one. One Russian man faced with a similar problem while lusting after a Mercedes SLR Mclaren decided to take matters into their own hands, literally.
A Houston oil shipper used the complexity of world markets to make millions moving oil, buying huge homes, a fleet of 11 Mercedes and Frank Sinatra's 1957 Cadillac Eldorado. Now he's in jail, and the feds are auctioning his rides.
Wrecked Exotics has put together a list of the fastest crashes they've ever seen and it's quite the compendium of carnage. Below, evidence proving bad decision making will eventually catch up to you.
Arsenal Defender William Gallas paid $535,000 for this chrome Mercedes SLR McLaren. He's not the only English footballer. Blackburn Rovers Striker Ello Hadji Diouf paid $642,000 for his. Dear god, make it stop.
The most exciting car to debut at the Detroit Auto Show this January could well be the 2009 Mercedes McLaren SLR Stirling Moss. Hit the jump to see this beast in our gallery below.
Have you ever thought about buying an AMG, but needed to know how it does in the ice luge? Now you can act out those urges with AMG's newest flash game!
RENNTECH, tuners of all things Mercedes and pizza-sized, have released a digital lowering module (DLM) for monster Benzies equipped with Airmatic or ABC adjustable suspensions. The DLM allows drivers to dial-in heights for each wheel and set adjustable heights based on speed. The system uses an interface similar to an…
The fanboys over at Autogespot were awfully excited to spot this Brabus SLR McLaren Roadster in London; apparently, it's the first of its kind. Power is up from 626 to 650 HP, dropping the 0-62 mph time to 3.6 seconds and raising the top speed to 209 mph. While we're not that impressed by the limited performance…