2011 Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG: A Fusion of Elegance and Brawn

Changing the engine from a naturally aspirated 6.2 liter V8 to a direct injection, twin-turbo 5.5 liter V8 has not really affected the powerful image of the Mercedes CL63 AMG. The regular version gets 544 HP and 590 pound-feet of torque. If the client chooses to get the AMG Performance Package, it would boost the

  Comments | By - October 4, 2010

Four-cylinder turbodiesel in the S-Class? Not in the U.S.

You have to admit, if there’s one vehicle from Mercedes-Benz’s model lines that you’d dream about owning, it has got to be an S-Class. Being the flagship model of the German premium car manufacturer, it has packed everything from V12 monsters, stout V10’s and even twin-turbocharged V8’s. But now you’re going to see an S-Class

  Comments | By - October 4, 2010

Pickup concept unveiled at the 63rd IAA

Are you fond of trucks? What is it about pickups that gets the unwavering attachment of men? Is it the stout appearance or the reliability that comes with having a truck bed to haul whatever needs to be hauled? Well, consumer preferences aside, here’s something for all you truck lovers may (or may not) like–a

  Comments | By - October 4, 2010

Brawn confident on Schumi’s return next season

Despite having individual winning elements–seven time world champion Michael Schumacher, constructor’s champion Brawn GP, technical genius Ross Brawn, and factory support of German premium car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz, the Mercedes GP Petronas team still falls short of coming up with a winning formula for this season’s Grand Prix.
It’s no secret that Schumi’s comeback wasn’t quite as

  Comments | By - September 30, 2010

Mercedes-Benz S400, Official Automobile of the 2010 US Open

Participants to the one of the largest tennis events of the year, the 2010 US Open Tournament, will have a chance to test first hand a line of Mercedes-Benz automobiles, lead by the Mercedes-Benz S400 HYBRID sedans and Mercedes-Benz F-CELL.
Mercedes-Benz, a regular partner of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), will be supplying a total

  Comments | By - September 10, 2010

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