The Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG, with its slab sides and butch, safe-like lines, may appear impenetrable, but it’s not. Like every normal automobile, it’s at the mercy of small-arms fire … until you take it to Inkas Armored Vehicle Manufacturing.


One of our forum members from Australia, “GRP”, is lucky enough to own a 2010 C63 AMG (pictured above). Unfortunately, no amount of horsepower under the bulging hood — not even 451 — is enough to get the super sedan across the vast expanse of water between his home country and the good ol’ U.S. of A.


This week’s Wallpaper Wednesday features a 1984 Mercedes-Benz 190D undergoing noise measurement testing. While NVH (noise, vibration and harshness) analysis was nothing new in 1984, if you told me this picture was taken a few years ago, I’d believe you.


The latest Mercedes ML has been caught again, this time a little more camo-nude than before, or maybe the folks in Stuttgart think all that dirt is going far enough to hide the lines.


A standard E300 BlueTec Hybrid Mercedes, fitted with the optional 21-gallon fuel tank traversed from Tangier in Morocco to the U.K. at Goodwood on a single tank of fuel.