Next time you see an SLR at rest, think about all the work it took to get it into a state of stillness because I’m willing to bet this car’s natural state is somewhere north of 200 mph.


I’m not sure how this video hasn’t won “sketchiest tug of war ever,” but it really should. Here we have what appears to be a normal day in some former Eastern Bloc country, where some of the locals decided to see which had more power, a G-Wagen or a tractor.


The video I’m about to show you saddens me, and at the same time, makes me smile like an idiot. Why? Because these two glorious Mercedes-powered behemoths represent the end of an era.

28 Oct 2014

How many G-Wagens can you fit into Monaco? That may sound like the beginning of a very dirty joke, but in this instance, I’m genuinely asking because there are, like, a million in this video.


While most automakers are focused solely on turbocharging and displacement reduction, there are those few companies that are still attempting to preserve their larger engines for future generations. In this instance, it’s Mercedes.