Want to spice up your commute? Consider these cars.
The Mercedes-AMG GT C is damn near as quick as the track-ready GT R, and easier to live with. It's a riot.
F1's turbo hybrid era might not sound great, but the cars are unbelievably quick.
Cars like the Mercedes-AMG GT use a V8 with turbochargers inside the V of the engine. Here's why it's better.
The Mercedes hypercar uses two inboard-mounted dampers on each axle. It looks like a crazy setup, but it's got some serious benefits.
The team recently revealed that this power unit is more efficient than pretty much any other gas-powered internal-combustion engine.
We spoke with AMG boss Tobias Moers at the Frankfurt Motor Show all about the Project One. He's as excited about it as you are.
With four electric motors and an engine that's direct from F1, the Project One is unlike any car we've ever seen.
This motor is set to debut in the new CLS, before appearing in the E-Class coupe and convertible.
The replacement for the beloved Vantage will debut before the end of the year.
The two German automakers are weighing what to do once Mercedes leaves DTM after 2018.
Based on the AMG GT R road car, the GT4 will soon compete in one of sports car racing's hottest classes.
This video walks us through how FIA stewards remove a driver from a car if they're incapacitated.
This is not where you'd expect to see a one-of-six homologation special.
With a 503-horsepower twin-turbo V8 from Mercedes-AMG, you'll save more than $17,000 over the V12.
This is the most complex way of avoiding dealership parts markup we've ever seen.
Mercedes does a new take on the old Hammer theme with a 603-horsepower twin-turbo E-Class with all-wheel drive and Drift Mode.
The car could just be a new CLS, but it could also be a mule for AMG's brand new four-door.
While the two-door GT is exclusively available with a roaring V8, the four-door could make do with a lowly six of some sort.
We'll see it revealed later this year.
Are you a prospective AMG Hypercar customer in the USA? Well, too late.
Americans don't want wagons, but we have a feeling the U.S. will fall in love with this twin-turbo V8 crossover.
It was only a matter of time before the ultra-popular GLC got the full AMG treatment.
Based on the same platform as the E-Class, we think AMG's four-door will be rear-wheel drive.