The updated 2018 Mercedes S-Class is the first new Benz to get the company’s glorious new 3.0-liter straight-six engines. How happy am I? Very happy.
The 2017 Formula One season has not even started yet and already it looks like top team Mercedes has found a loophole in the new regulations for the year.
I awoke this morning to a surprise: the Mercedes AMG GT that races in the GT3 category is not called the Mercedes AMG GT GT3, as I halfway hoped it would be. Instead it is the Mercedes AMG GT3. Hm.
The 3.5 liter, 640 horsepower Mercedes ‘M291' 180-degree 12 cylinder engine died twice: first when it repeatedly failed on the race track, and second when the entire racing series it was designed for came to an end.
One owner entered a recent Ukrainian truck trial in a Beverly Hills-grade Mercedes-AMG G63 and, shockingly, did not immediately fail.
The Mercedes-AMG E63 S Edition 1 is a 612 horsepower collision machine, almost dead set on destroying your driver’s license and whatever building you eventually crash into/through. More importantly, it has fantastic tape stripes.
The Mercedes SLS AMG was, briefly, heralded as the greatest car in the world. It handled like a mid-engined car, but had all the comfort and normalcy of a front-engine GT. And it had a massive V8. But there was a flaw.
Mercedes brought back the straight six to their engine portfolio after nearly two decades out of major use. It’s a classic engine, and I think it could do well in a classic car. But which one?
You might have seen a Mercedes AMG SL63 driving past and wondered if that car is complete piece of cargarbage. Let me tell you, it is not. It is a road cocoon of excitement and comfort. Excitefort. Comfortment.
Last week Mercedes got a lot of attention—and not necessarily the good kind—after one of its managers said that in the future, the automaker’s self-driving cars would prioritize the safety of occupants over pedestrians. Now Mercedes is walking that back, and hard. Apparently doing so would be unethical, unacceptable,…
Prepare yourself, because you’re about to see a metric shit ton of crashed AMGs. Yes, Drift Mode is coming to Mercedes.
You have to admire Mercedes-Benz sometimes. Back in 1991, it had customers begging the company to put its technologically groundbreaking, race-car-for-the-road, V12, gullwing supercar, the C112, into series production at whatever price it wanted. And Mercedes didn’t bother, mostly because it felt it had more important…
The Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG is one of the most imposing vehicles that a person can interact with on the road. It’s all big grill and V8 and leather-lined status. What’s that like in the real world? Watch us explain that, live.
Everything about this press picture of the Mercedes SL Designo Black Diamond Edition is perfect.
Let's be honest: "if you never go to sleep, Santa will never come" was about as convincing as "broccoli tastes good" or "you can't take a bunny to school" when you were a kid. One dad on the F1Technical.net forums has figured out the trick, though: make the bed look like a Mercedes W05 Formula One car.
There's an alternate universe version of Cadillac, one that borrowed from General Motors' best departments and built a car that beat Mercedes when it counted. Paul Niedermeyer from Curbside Classics explains the whole thing.
Two hundred and forty-eight miles an hour. That's how fast this car, the Sauber C9, screamed down the Mulsanne Straight at the 24 Hours of Le Mans back in 1989. And the motor that got it there was a twin-turbo Mercedes V8.