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
Luxury vehicles from the 1930s were nearly aircraft carrier-long. It was the art deco era dominated by seemingly never ending clean lines. So it’s no surprise that the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet is over six meters long (about 20 feet) and has a single line that runs the length of the vehicle. Hell, the back the car is inspired by yachts and called a “boat tail.” In other words, it’s going impossible to find parking for it.
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.
For its third entirely in-house model (following the SLS AMG and AMG GT), Mercedes’ AMG high-performance subsidiary imagines applying the form language of its AMG GT two-seater to an ultra-performance hybrid-electric four door hatchback.
German automaker Daimler AG announced a major worldwide auto recall today, encompassing one million recent models of Mercedes-Benz vehicles that are at risk of catching fire due to a potentially faulty fuse. So far, 51 vehicle fires have be reported, but there have been no reported injuries or deaths.
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.