Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG (C197) Featured

The Sun is beginning to set on 2014. Sadly, the Sun is also setting on the SLS AMG’s existence in the Mercedes-Benz lineup. We are going to miss this iconic sports car.


Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Featured

Fall is here. The trees are changing colors, the air is crisp, and you can wear sweaters again. It’s enough to make this SLS AMG throw its gullwings up in celebration.


Mercedes-Benz SLS 6.3 AMG (C197) Featured

Click the image after the jump for a logo-free version of this week’s winged Wednesday wallpaper.


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Last week’s gullwing ambush wallpaper had you hitting that Facebook Like button as though you had just seen one of those adorable cat videos that are slowing down the Internet, so here’s a gullwing ambush from a different angle.


Gullwing Ambush - Mercedes-Benz 300SL Coupe (W198), Mercedes-Benz C-111, Mercedes-Benz C-112 Concept, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Featured

Usually you’ll only get one car featured in a Wallpaper Wednesday. This week, I’m giving you four. It’s OK — there’s no need to tell me. I already know your mind is blown.


Mercedes AMG Performance Featured

To stick it to Porsche, Jag and BMW, Mercedes announced it will have two new vehicles coming out soon.


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Even while they’re standing still, it’s obvious that the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG and 300SL, with their long hoods, short decks and gullwing doors, share some attractive genes. The video after the jump makes it clear that they also have similar voices.


Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Slider

A typical picture is worth 1,000 words. This week’s picture for “Wallpaper Wednesday” may be worth an entire novel. Think about it: if you are committed, you can finish a good book in about a week. This photo is worthy of about a week’s worth of constant staring, which makes it perfect for your desktop wallpaper.


Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series

Going out on a low note isn’t such a bad thing. Especially when that note is as low and sonorous as that played by the hand-built V8 of the Mercedes-Benz AMG 6.3 vehicles. Yes, 2014 is the end of an era. The 6.2-liter M156 and M159 units will soon go the way of the dodo, but don’t worry; twin-turbo 5.5L engines have started taking their spots, and the similarly blown 4.0L mill for the next-generation C63 should prove to be a worthy successor. Perhaps in the future those eight-bangers will make a list as revered as the one after the jump.


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Heads up guys. This is the day where you’re love of automobiles finally connects to your raging passion for Korean Pop music. The girls have taste. Let’s just sidestep the general lunacy of K-Pop music videos. Everyone breathing air right now has likely seen the Gangnam Style, so you at least have an idea of […]