Last week we brought you the noise from the new AMG GT. We all liked it around here. It wasn’t muffled by the turbos, which was pleasantly surprising. Now Mercedes has released a small video describing the new engine, and it’s honestly nothing short of brilliant.
Prepare yourself for a whole salad of grocery-related quips. This week’s photos focus on a wagon!
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.
Many have been worried about the newest Benz sports car, the AMG GT. With the company pretty much turbocharging everything in the office, including the chairs, everyone was worried that the turbos would sully the sounds of Heaven.
Fast sedans wearing the letters AMG are nothing new, but this 10-Second E63 is just redonkulous. Yes, that’s a technical term.
What happens when you combine a shiny new C63 AMG Coupe, a set of P40 Jeffield HRE wheels, and renowned automotive photographer Marcel Lech? Some seriously serious eye candy. I’m talking diabetes-inducing amounts of eye candy.
A few recent reports are cluing everyone in that Daimler, the parent company of Mercedes, is looking to purchase part of Italian Motorcycle Maker MV Agusta.
Because the world is opulent enough, Mercedes decided to go and make an S-Class coupe, and by George is it a thing of beauty. The coupe will be pretty much the epitome of grand touring elegance.
Poor, unfortunate “pugads650″. He took his E55 to a garage for “a new supercharger bearing belt and miss fire [sic] issue.” It was misfiring, all right – starting in the passenger-side footwell.