We’re bringing you spy shots of the Mercedes-Benz MLC63 AMG (or ML-Coupe AMG or M-Class Coupe AMG — the jury’s still out on that one) straight from an undisclosed spot near the manufacturer’s proving grounds.
The Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG, with its slab sides and butch, safe-like lines, may appear impenetrable, but it’s not. Like every normal automobile, it’s at the mercy of small-arms fire … until you take it to Inkas Armored Vehicle Manufacturing.
The latest Mercedes ML has been caught again, this time a little more camo-nude than before, or maybe the folks in Stuttgart think all that dirt is going far enough to hide the lines.
In German, Geländewagen means cross-country vehicle, but before any G-Wagen crosses any country, on-road or off, it has to cross the production line, and here it is doing just that for your Wallpaper Wednesday viewing pleasure.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. When in London, do as the Arabs do, especially where supercars are concerned.
Just a couple of days ago the new Mercedes MLC was spied leaving the Stuttgart gates for some testing. Now, it’s still wrapped in some serious camo, but at the very least we can all have a look at the wheels, intake and grille.
That didn’t take long. It was only April when we spotted a development mule version of the Mercedes-Benz MLC/ML Coupe. The crew at AMG quickly got its wrench-turning hands on it and created what you see in the spy shots: the MLC63/ML63 AMG Coupe.
Talk about being in the right place at the right time. Youtuber Shmee recently came across a Brabus 700, a tuned version of the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6X6, in front of a London dealership. The one in the clip below is literally all wrapped up for a launch event in England before it’s shipped off to Miami to embark on the Gumball 3000 rally.
Mercedes broke new ground several years ago by introducing the CLS-Class four-door coupe. The company’s German competitors responded with the 6 Series Gran Coupe and the A7. BMW then couped-up the traditional sport utility vehicle with its X6 and X4 models. They probably won’t be alone for long, though. The house of the three-pointed star […]
There are certain aftermarket companies that are known for their lack of restraint. After all, if you’re going to completely tear down a vehicle to customize it, why be subtle? Go big or go home. ICON, a Los-Angeles-based builder, did neither when it got its hands on a new Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG. It went to its fabrication shop, and then it tastefully dressed up the right-angled rig.