Mercedes-Benz has always been on the leading edge of automotive innovations. The future will be no different.
Some auto journalists are speculating that Daimler is considering an outright purchase of Aston Martin, the only car maker in the world not under the umbrella of a larger company.
Mercedes has been known to be at the forefront of advancing automotive technologies since its inception. The company has been heaped with dozens of “firsts” over the years, ranging from safety innovations to performance innovations.
Daimler, the parent company of Mercedes, has once again increased its stake in Aston Martin to a total of 5 percent. We’ve known for a while that Mercedes has been helping Aston. What isn’t clear is where this partnership is heading.
Earlier today on our sister site 6SpeedOnline, we posted a petition for the revision of the United States’ inane 25-year import car ban. One thing that wasn’t said was who in the industry helped push it. That would be Mercedes.
Earlier this week, Chinese regulators went into MB’s offices to investigate “monopolistic behavior,” whatever the hell that means.
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.
Queen Elizabeth II on her 1965 German State Visit The three-ton 600 then proceeded to bend the laws of physics with relatively sports-car-like handling, a higher top speed than the 230SL sports car (which also debuted in 1963), and crumple-zone safety technology in an advanced monocoque chassis. To an engineering company like Daimler-Benz AG, the […]
It is MBWorld’s position that the Mercedes-Benz 600 Grosser limousine is the all-time ultimate Mercedes-Benz … the “most Mercedes” among all vehicles that have ever been branded “Mercedes”, “Benz”, or “Mercedes-Benz”. Here’s why we believe what we believe.