Most know the Mercedes-Benz G-Class as an ostentatious machine that sells for roughly the same price as a small house, drives sort of like a tank and binges on gasoline like a Dyson does on hairballs. But only part of that statement is always true.
In most cases, it's pretty hard to digest what Mansory does to cars, but this camouflaged carbon fiber G 63 AMG with the feathers and the falcons is a big fat high five.
You read that correctly, Brabus has informed us that their new Mercedes-Benz G65-based "800 iBusiness" can apparently do anything.
Automotive awards are so damn boring. I can't remember which car company won the WAPOW or the NECTARINE, and which one had the magazine ad with the trophy in it. I'm too busy with my ADD and this copy of Entertainment Weekly.
The picture quality is meh, but there it is: A Mercedes-Benz G63 6X6 Unicorn 9000. I may have added that last bit, but you wouldn't think twice if Benz actually called it that... because that's what you're looking at here.
To prove the mettle of the Geländewagen SUV, Mercedes' Australian arm arranged a 14-day trip over the 1,242-mile Canning Stock Trail for journalists — at least, that was the plan before five of the six vehicles broke down.
In 1979, the first Gelandewagen, debuted. Built to take over small countries, the über-cool G-wagen is testosterone incarnate. Below we look at the 11 best special versions ever built of this brutishly beautiful Benz.
The Mercedes Benz G-Wagon is a safari car everyone can love, despite its recent usurpation by fashionistas and the affluent douchebag class. For 2009 the Galendenwagen gets the three bar grille spreading like a virus from Ford to Mercedes, and new wheels, but more importantly a much more powerful engine. For '09, the…