Purists of the iconic Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen will always yearn for the boxy, militaristic style that made the truck the icon that it is, and Daimler’s boss is aware of this.
Ned Flanders may get nervous at the remarkable length of this S-Class Pullman, but it’s really Mercedes-Benz executives who need to get nervous. This thing’s going to be a 21-foot flop.
It’s a big sell-off, but the two automakers will continue to operate as “technological partners.” This means Daimler will keep reaping the tech benefits Tesla has to offer.
I’m going to go out on a limb and say you’re looking at spy shots of the 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC63 AMG. I explain my reasoning after the jump.
The Sun is beginning to set on 2014. Sadly, the Sun is also setting on the SLS AMG’s existence in the Mercedes-Benz lineup. We are going to miss this iconic sports car.