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What could have been.
Here's what Mercedes has to hold us over until the all-new G-Class arrives.
Oh, the 1979 Mercedes AMG 280 GE 5.6 Sport. Who could forget about this golden-grilled gem?
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.
According to you.
This mild-hybrid 2.0-liter will propel the new E350 to 60 mph in under six seconds. Not bad.
The grand touring experience just isn't complete without a nice-shifting manual between the front seats.
Get ready to cringe.
The 2019 CLS450 will offer 367-hp and AMG is working on its own version too, the CLS53.
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.
It's not an AMG. It's not a Maybach. It's not a crossover. It's just good.
The company's just invested $1 billion into electric car and battery production.
It might be a van, but it's still a Mercedes.
The team recently revealed that this power unit is more efficient than pretty much any other gas-powered internal-combustion engine.
In the turbo era, 150 horsepower per liter is just the beginning.
That's a lot of money, but it's not like this car was cheap to begin with.
Only one car will get the honor of being the 2018 Road & Track Performance Car of the Year. Let's break down the contenders.
These naming schemes are getting out of hand.
The worst kept secret in F1 is finally official, with McLaren dropping Honda for Renault power. Honda will power Toro Rosso in 2018.
Mercedes says this concept does 0-60 in 5.0 seconds, a number that should make Tesla Model 3 owners sweat.
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.