Sports Cars 

MERCEDES-BENZ G500 4×4 SQUARED ENDS PRODUCTION

The utterly ridiculous Mercedes-Benz G500 4×42 had no business heading to market, but we’re glad it did. Mercedes-Benz announced that production on the model is coming to an end, and if you want one, you have until the end of the month to place an order. Prices start at 231,693 euros. Inspired by the public’s strong reactions to a similar concept vehicle, Mercedes-Benz introduced the G500 4×42 in December 2015. The model later came to the U.S. market in 2017. Not only is the vehicle more than 7 feet wide, it’s 7 feet, 9 inches tall and…

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Vintage Car 

Mercedes-Benz W124

Replacing the W123 was a case of more of the same for Mercedes-Benz. Although the style was very much rooted in the 1980s, closely mirroring the recently-launched 190E, much of the engine range and running gear were carried over from the older car. Considered by many aficionados as the final ‘hewn-from-granite’ Mercedes-Benzes, the W124 is a satisfying ownership proposition. But there were plenty of advances – the multi-link independent rear suspension, was a significant improvement, while the all round passive and active safety performance was significantly better than before. The…

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Sports Cars 

The Mercedes-Benz E400 Coupe Is a Sportscar for the Super-Polite

Subtle, sleek, and hesitant to make bold moves on the road, it’s the perfect car for those who want to turn heads—just a little. By Hannah Elliott 12 September 2017, 20:16 GMT+5:30 The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E400 Coupe is a very demure sports car. With a long, fluted body and clean, uninterrupted lines, it doesn’t shred the road like the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT, but it will still earn you nods of appreciation from the sidewalk. Its 329-horsepower V6 biturbo engine is docile, though especially good around corners. The nine-speed automatic shifts quickly and…

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Sports Bike 

Mercedes-Benz previews its curvy sports-car and design future

Suggesting creases are passé for automotive design, Mercedes showed off ideas for its future styling directions this week at a forum in Germany, including previews of upcoming sports cars and sedans. We see images of a curvy sports car study (the silver car) with huge wheel arches flared out almost like pontoons. There’s also what appears to be a rear-engine hypercar (white car); we’ve been reading reports about it for months. Additionally, there’s a red sporty saloon, as Mercedes calls it, also among the photos. It features prominent rounded fenders and a bold horizontal grille. Mercedes…

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