The rumbling, menacing Mercedes-AMG GT sports car is an incredible machine to drive, both on the road and at the track. But it does have the very minor shortcoming of only having seating for two, so Mercedes-AMG has solved that problem with the introduction of a musclebound 630-horsepower four-door monster that tops out at 195 mph. Continue reading THE ALL-NEW MERCEDES-AMG GT IS A RIP-ROARING, 195-MPH 4-DOOR COUPE
Daimler AG, the automaker which produces the Mercedes-Benz line of luxury vehicles, is facing growing scrutiny after US investigators reportedly found that it installed software to cheat diesel emissions tests on cars, Bloomberg and Reuters reported.
Only the second vehicle engineered from the ground up by Mercedes‘ high-performance AMG division, the GT supercar was built to do one thing: battle the Porsche 911. Released in 2015, the GT line was imagined as a more focused and refined version of its predecessor, the gull-winged SLS.
As part of the year-long recognition of the founding of AMG a half-century ago, Mercedes-Benz has issued a quartet of hot special editions to serve as tributes to the high-performance brand.
As if the the Loch Ness monster were netted and dragged ashore in front of a swarm of cameras, the mythological Mercedes-Benz pickup truck crossed from rumor to reality today when the Three-Pointed Star pulled the cover off this matte green off-road bruiser, dubbed the X-Class.