This Russian G63 knockoff is called a Makar, and it is perhaps the most ridiculous automobile on the planet, powered by vodka and the tears of children.
This is how to make a G63 6×6 look darn right elegant, and, dare we say, practical.
The Mercedes GLK is dying. In its place we are getting the new GLC-Class. Now don’t be alarmed if you are a fan of the smaller SUV — the name may be disappearing, but the new GLC is the same GLK you have grown to love, just with a new badge on the back.
This isn’t some Michael Bay “Transformers” shoot, or the start of a crazy “Jay Leno’s Garage,” or even the new trailer for the next “Fast and Furious.” This short film was made by, wait for it, the Dubai Police Department.
We’ve got a few more juicy rumors about Mercedes’s plans to add a Maybach SUV into the mix.
Can any of you fine folks offer some idea as to why this person committed such a crime against a somewhat-nice GLK?
Here we have one of the best videos we’ve found that showcases the Brabus 6×6; the badass big brother to the Mercedes G63. Just listen to this beast roar when it drowns out a Ferrari 458 Italia.
To celebrate their own ostentatiousness, Brabus has decided that what the G63 6×6 needs isn’t two less wheels, but rather Red Carbon Fiber on some of the exterior surfaces of the massive truck.
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.
Joan Rivers may be dead, but plastic surgery isn’t, especially in the automotive world. The facelifts carry on with the 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class … you know, the class that used to be called “GL”.