Following yesterday’s online debut of the new Mercedes X-Class pickup truck we now get to see the AMG version of this vehicle in this excellent rendering. In
creating the Mercedes X63 AMG designer X-Tomi has drawn inspiration from the current range of AMG SUVs, namely the GLE models.
A lot of people have been asking about a possible Mercedes-AMG X63 model being produced and although nothing has been mentioned about it, I would not put it past them doing something as ridiculous as this. If the G63 6×6 can be approved for production, then absolutely anything can.
Rear-wheel drive will be killed off for the next generation E63 AMG but do not worry if you like to hoon your sedan as it will come with a Drift Mode too. Sources at AMG confirmed to AutoCar that the upcoming four-wheel drive E63 will be sold with the choice of two different power outputs. The E63 will offer 563 hp and the E63 S will pack a stonking 603 horses.
What you are looking at here, ladies and gentlemen, is the world’s one and only Ivory White McLaren Mercedes SLR Roadster. This car was a special commission built in 2009 in this unique color with a red and black interior as an homage to the legendary 1955 Mercedes 300 SL, and it is one helluva looker.
Read the definitive Mercedes-Benz C Class 2016 review from the expert What Car? team. Check specs, prices, performance and compare with similar cars. If you’re after a relaxed
cruiser, the Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet is the best four-seat drop-top for the money.To make choosing your ideal version easier, there are only two main models.
Based on the Mercedes-Benz GLS 63 AMG Brabus has created a monster that redefines the term Super SUV. Christened Brabus Mercedes GLS 850 XL, this massive and massively powerful family bus is utterly pointless as far as practical matters are concerned, but totally and completely awesome in every other way.
Before this we’d only seen the new Mercedes AMG GT R in official press photos and at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. But this week, and for the first time, the beast of the Green Hell was spotted on civilian roads, first in Belgium and then in Stuttgart, Germany.