While the AMG GT has only just arrived in the collective automotive consciousness, the company is already planning for the future of its newest sports car.
The Mercedes-Maybach S600 isn’t going to set the world on fire. It will just throw it in the sauna.
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.
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.
Are you more likely to look at MV Agusta now that AMG will be controlling them?
The video I’m about to show you saddens me, and at the same time, makes me smile like an idiot. Why? Because these two glorious Mercedes-powered behemoths represent the end of an era.
While most automakers are focused solely on turbocharging and displacement reduction, there are those few companies that are still attempting to preserve their larger engines for future generations. In this instance, it’s Mercedes.
It’s a big sell-off, but the two automakers will continue to operate as “technological partners.” This means Daimler will keep reaping the tech benefits Tesla has to offer.
The rugged G-Wagen just turned 35 years old, and it doesn’t look a day over 50. For its birthday, however, Mercedes has cooked up a limited batch called the “35 Edition”.
The car has barely launched and already the all-new Mercedes-Benz C-Class has been recalled. That’s not a good way to start.