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.
The owner was testing out a new tune and exhaust system when it seems the straps went loose and the car almost shook itself off the rig.
Not long ago premium hybrids were not much more than a marketing exercise. Now with stringent CO2 caps being put in place all over the globe, a good plug-in hybrid is essential to the continuation of a brand.
Ze Germans are on ze war path once again! Although this time it isn’t through Poland. It’s through Toyota.
The car world is ever-changing, and here at “Photos of the Week” that goes double for camera equipment as well. This week, these beautiful shots popped up in a post from user “pcho” (a.k.a. Perry), using his new Sony a7R camera.
Mercedes-Benz has always been on the leading edge of automotive innovations. The future will be no different.
Mercedes-Benz has been a technological leader since its inception more than 100 years ago. If there’s been an advance in the auto industry over the last century, you can rest assured that Stuttgart engineers had a hand in developing it.
Most of us plebeians think someone riding in the back of an S-Class is someone with access to an air force — someone who generally has enemies. So to protect oneself from enemy fire, one needs to armor his/her S-Class. Thankfully, Mercedes has the solution for that.
This week’s Wallpaper Wednesday features a 1984 Mercedes-Benz 190D undergoing noise measurement testing. While NVH (noise, vibration and harshness) analysis was nothing new in 1984, if you told me this picture was taken a few years ago, I’d believe you.
Queen Elizabeth II on her 1965 German State Visit The three-ton 600 then proceeded to bend the laws of physics with relatively sports-car-like handling, a higher top speed than the 230SL sports car (which also debuted in 1963), and crumple-zone safety technology in an advanced monocoque chassis. To an engineering company like Daimler-Benz AG, the […]