BMW, as of late, has focused its efforts not on its top tier of cars, but rather on its ever-growing portfolio of niche-segment vehicles for which, literally, no one’s been asking. The very opposite of what Mercedes has been doing. Until recently. Read more about these developments after the jump.
Joan Rivers may be dead, but plastic surgery isn’t, especially in the automotive world. The facelifts carry on with the 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class … you know, the class that used to be called “GL”.
Mercedes seems to be debuting goodies every other day lately, what with the all new AMG GT, the Maybach, the C63, and the S63 Coupe. But they’re not done yet! We hear the C-Class coupe will be next up on the Mercedes World Debut Tour, and she’s set to be a true performer.
The Mercedes-Maybach S600 isn’t going to set the world on fire. It will just throw it in the sauna.
This Mercedes-Benz Metris Fire Chief Van by World Motorsports sets a fire in the heart.
SEMA is an interesting place full of wild creations. Here are just a few we have found.
The sports utility coupe debuted at the opening of Mercedes’ new Product Engineering Center in Beijing, and the G-Code is definitely aimed at the emerging market that is China.
Looking at these spy shots, it appears a UFO has fallen into the laps of Mercedes-Benz engineers, and some reverse-engineering is afoot. OK, a more likely explanation is that this is a concept car that will be making the rounds this auto show season.
We’ve been waiting to see the new C63 in the flesh. The combination of a detuned AMG GT engine and a proper RWD platform just ooze awesomeness. Now that it has debuted to the public at the Paris Motor Show, we can show you a few more details.
The AMG-engine partnership had many wondering if Daimler would buy a controlling stake in Aston Martin. Will that actually happen? Nope.