Speaking at this year’s NAIAS in Detroit, Mercedes North American CEO, Steve Cannon, stated that the Maybach nameplate could be put onto an E-Class in the near future.
There is fast, and then there is “Holy Space Balls I’m Moving Entirely Too Fast for My Mind to Conceive” fast. Or in other words: going plaid. This Weistec E63S is definitely the latter.
AMS Performance’s Alpha 7 E63 4MATIC has more horsepower than most people know what to do with. And it runs 10s!
According to CARFAX, the average amount of miles a person puts on a vehicle in a year is 15,000. Whoever owned this 1994 Mercedes-Benz E320 convertible certainly fell behind in driving it enough because it only has 72,220 miles. They obviously didn’t fail to look after its body and interior, though. Time machines exist – and they’re big enough to hold a car in them. See what I mean after the jump.
Because it’s that most wonderful time of the year, and because every member of MBWorld is on our list, we’re gifting you our collection of the best spy shots from the past 12 months, all wrapped up for the holidays.
Forum member AMGAffalterbach is looking for a new Benz. He’s narrowed the candidates down to a 2014 E550 4MATIC and a 2012 E63 AMG. After the jump, find out which big factor can potentially affect his final decision.
If you happen to celebrate Christmas, I hope this year’s turns out to be your best one yet. May it be relaxing and full of love, laughter, and delicious food. Kick your feet back and enjoy it. Just know that Mercedes-Benz is probably going to start a recall around the day after, Dec. 26. Should you happen to own a 2014 or 2015 E250 BlueTec, E250 BlueTec 4Matic, GLK250 4Matic BlueTec, or 2015 ML250 4Matic BlueTec, you stand a good chance of being affected by it. Find out more after the jump.
We’ve been catching glimpses of the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class for quite some time now, so you’d probably expect that we’re going to see it – and its enhanced luxury – in the flesh soon. However, that cannot be further from the truth.
I’ve never thought that the 577 horsepower pumped out by the E63 AMG S-Model is not enough. Apparently, the guys over at Vath tuning have, and figure the car needs a 28-percent boost.
A new set of spy shots prompted us to take a closer look at the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class, and we like what we see.