The Black Series takes the already ridiculous, and turns it past eleven … to like 50.
If this thing had racing gauges and an exterior devoid of CLK elements, I would care about it less than Wile E. Coyote cares about The Road Runner’s well-being.
The S-Class previews mainstream car technology of ten years in the future. Speaking to Auto Express, Mercedes chief interior designer, Jan Kaul spoke about the next S-Class and what the car’s technology will entail. Hint: you won’t need buttons.
Crank your volume and prepare your ears for 19 seconds of metal. Methinks me wants to hear it at a track, though.
While I don’t want to turn this into a debate, slammed might not be for everyone, but we can all rest relatively easily knowing the car can lift itself back up to endure spirited pedal-stomping.
We’ve seen a couple of Pullman Maybach mules around, but none in action before … that is, until this week where one was captured in the wilds of the Nürburgring.
Here are a few upgrades and cosmetic adjustments you can do yourself, without the need for a full-scale shop to enhance your ride’s presence.
It’s never easy after an accident to figure out what to do with your pride and joy. You really don’t want to scrap the car — that’s just heartless, but at the same time, you can’t use it. So what do you do? You make it an organ donor.
Cars are a lot like people. They can be the source of much joy, and an equal amount of frustration. You can also learn new things about them, no matter how long you’ve been around them. If you’d like to discover more about your W211, pay attention.
Is Mercedes shooting itself in the foot by outpricing most buyers from its best seller?