Purists of the iconic Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen will always yearn for the boxy, militaristic style that made the truck the icon that it is, and Daimler’s boss is aware of this.
Ned Flanders may get nervous at the remarkable length of this S-Class Pullman, but it’s really Mercedes-Benz executives who need to get nervous. This thing’s going to be a 21-foot flop.
I’m going to go out on a limb and say you’re looking at spy shots of the 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC63 AMG. I explain my reasoning after the jump.
These spy shots give us our clearest view so far of the 2016 C-Class Cabriolet’s rump. From what I can tell so far, it’s a pretty little rump. I would be proud to dance behind it up in da club.
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.
I think I’ve found my Halloween costume. Can you imagine showing up to a Halloween party dressed like this? You’d blind at least half of those in attendance.
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”.
Unless you want a swift kick to the nuts, never, EVER, try to challenge a Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG S 4MATIC to a drag race.
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.
When the 670-horsepower C63 AMG’s tires hit the Russian dragstrip, it whooped the asses of a 700-hp Corvette Z06, a 700-pony BMW F10 M5 and an 830-horsepower Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG.