Powerful new C-Class

Published by on Jul 26th, 2011, No Comments

It looks like if you want something fast and German and muscular, you will have to give Mercedes Benz a call. While their main rivals seem to have gone a bit soft in terms of design, Merc are cranking it up continuously with wider wheel arches, angrier front ends and even more aggressive rear ends.

Have a good look at this, the new Mercedes Benz C63 AMG Coupe Black Series, to give the car it’s full title. It’s not the first C Coupe Black, that arrived a few years ago with a warning letter to owners asking them to please drive in perfect conditions or else risk certain death. Oh, and sign here so you can’t sue us when that happens.

Full specifications and more details here

Mercedes Benz SLS Roadster Revealed During Final Testing

Published by on May 5th, 2011, No Comments

We can’t think of too many ways to make the stunning SLS ‘Gullwing’ any more desirable, and to be honest we wouldn’t have immediately thought of removing those epic doors. But that’s just what Mercedes has gone and done, and the result is this, the SLS Roadster.

As you’ll see in the picture gallery, the car is undergoing final testing before its debut in Frankfurt later this year. Can you just imagine that job, testing one of these to destruction. We’ve got a full gallery and more specs after the jump.

Click here to see an SLS Roadster in a big freezer

Mercedes E-Class Long Wheelbase (E300 L) Unveiled in Beijing

Published by on Apr 26th, 2010, No Comments

Mercedes E-Class Long Wheelbase 1

It is no hidden secret that all premium brands are heading to China with their long wheel-base versions of their regular sedans and Mercedes is not the one to be left behind. The LWB version of its E-Class that offers 14 cm more leg space has been unveiled at the Auto China 2010 show. The E 300 L is the first model that has been specifically designed by Mercedes for the Chinese market and the extended wheelbase variant will also be available as an E 260 CGI model. Mercedes focusing on the Chinese market is no surprise as the premium brand has registered 112 percent growth in Q1, 2010 in China.