Those shiny letters on Mercedes-Benz trunk and hatch lids are about to look a lot different. Also, an update on the new Mercedes-Maybach S-Class.
A standard E300 BlueTec Hybrid Mercedes, fitted with the optional 21-gallon fuel tank traversed from Tangier in Morocco to the U.K. at Goodwood on a single tank of fuel.
Mercedes-Benz is bringing its first all-electric vehicle to the U.S. market with the introduction of the 2014 Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive. In anticipation of its early-2014 U.S. arrival, we’re taking a look back at all the cars over the years that have made this vehicle possible. Check out our gallery below for the retrospective. You […]
Mercedes in Stuttgart welcomed its two globe-trotting B-Class F-Cell vehicles after the pair’s successful 30,000 km journey. A trio of B-Class F-Cell cars initially set off from the European continent but an accident last May resulted in one vehicle being left by the wayside. The drive went through four continents and 14 countries, and with
On day 39 of the circumnavigation, the F-CELL World Drive embarked on the tenth leg, which leads north through the coastal state of California. The route takes the participants through San Francisco as well as to the Californian capital Sacramento. During this leg, the vehicles cover a total of 950 kilometers. By staging local activities,
Near the tail-end last January, Mercedes-Benz kicked-off the F-Cell World Drive–taking 3 B-Class F-Cell vehicles on a trip around the globe in 5 legs on hydrogen power. With the US part of the fifth leg slated to start on February 25, Linde North America has proclaimed that it is the one that will help power
As part of the ceremony to mark the 125th birthday of the invention of the motor car on 29 January in Stuttgart, German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel and Dr. Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG, fired the symbolic starting shot for the Mercedes-Benz F-CELL World Drive. Setting out from Stuttgart
Together with a car manufacturer’s consortium and hydrogen suppliers, the Japanese government has announced plans to coordinate plans of introducing fuel cell vehicles to the general public. A joint statement from Toyota, Honda and Nissan promised that beginning in 2015, the three manufacuters, in cooperation with 10 hydrogen suppliers such as Idemitsu and Tokyo Gas