When you have Rolls-Royce denying you’re a competitor, you know you’ve done something right.
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.
Are you more likely to look at MV Agusta now that AMG will be controlling them?
Unless you want a swift kick to the nuts, never, EVER, try to challenge a Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG S 4MATIC to a drag race.
When the 670-horsepower C63 AMG’s tires hit the Russian dragstrip, it whooped the asses of a 700-hp Corvette Z06, a 700-pony BMW F10 M5 and an 830-horsepower Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG.
With the announcement that Dodge will bring forth the apocalypse Hellcat Charger, where does that leave Bavaria in the mighty sedan horsepower wars? Well frankly, it leaves them in the dust. The BMW M5 doesn’t come close to the power numbers of the Hellcat, and the E63 AMG is closer, but just doesn’t have that […]
To stick it to Porsche, Jag and BMW, Mercedes announced it will have two new vehicles coming out soon.
This week’s Wednesday wallpaper showcases Ayrton Senna’s W201 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16. The BMW M3, and now the M4, owe their existence to this car. If it weren’t for this Mercedes’ success in competition, BMW would have never developed the M3.
Mercedes-Benz wants to fill the garages of new luxury car shoppers with its 2015 C-Class. Clearly, it also wants to fill holes in the automobile market, such as the crossover “coupe” segment.
That didn’t take long. It was only April when we spotted a development mule version of the Mercedes-Benz MLC/ML Coupe. The crew at AMG quickly got its wrench-turning hands on it and created what you see in the spy shots: the MLC63/ML63 AMG Coupe.