Whatever happened to the concept of concept cars looking awesome? Why do all the new concept “Cars of the Future” look like radioactive fish that live at the bottom of the oceans, never seeing the light of day?
Monday night at CES, the Mercedes Benz F015 Luxury in Motion rolled up to the annual premier tech convention in Las Vegas. And it did so sans driver.
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.
Ze Germans are on ze war path once again! Although this time it isn’t through Poland. It’s through Toyota.
Early next year, Mercedes-Benz will lift more than just the face of its third-generation M-Class SUV. It will also lift off the “ML” badge and replace it with one that reads “GLE.”
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.
Mercedes-Benz has always been on the leading edge of automotive innovations. The future will be no different.
If your Tuesday is treating you like a pile of trash, I have a little something here that should cheer you up. Not only is it an AMG Mercedes, it’s also the G63 AMG 6X6 … surrounded by exotic sports cars … doing laps. That is not a typo.
My apologies in advance. Women who are nursing, young children and the elderly are encouraged to look away.