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The Mercedes EQS Has a Steep Starting Price and up to 516 Horsepower

The Mercedes EQS Has a Steep Starting Price and up to 516 Horsepower

Mercedes’ new luxury EV isn’t cheap, but it is powerful

Tesla has been killing the EV market for about a decade now. Mercedes gave us an answer in the form of the EQS, and now, we know all about the trim levels and pricing. Will it be priced competitively enough to dethrone the Tesla Model S?

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2022 Mercedes-Maybach Edition 100

2022 Mercedes-Maybach Edition 100

This special edition pays tribute to the original Maybach W3 that was launched way back in 1921

It was September, 1921 when Maybach Motorenbau GmbH presented its first mass-produced car at the motor show in Berlin. The model was named W3 and it was the first German production car with four-wheel brakes, an epicyclic gear system, and an interior with the finest materials.

To commemorate the event, Maybach launched the special "Edition 100". It will be based on both the S-Class and the GLS, each limited to 100 units. In Europe, orders will begin in the fourth quarter of 2021 and sales at the beginning of 2022. The U.S. market will only get the sedan version with sales to begin in the first half of 2022.

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Supercar Blondie Gives Us a Tour Of The Most Expensive Car In The World

Supercar Blondie Gives Us a Tour Of The Most Expensive Car In The World

Supercar Blondie spends time with one of only two Mercedes 300 SLR, which is currenty the most expensive Car in the World

Supercar Blondie has made it a habit of giving us the tour on some of the most epic cars and concepts ever created. Lately, this included quite a few legendary classics, and the one Supercar Blondie is showing us this time is arguably the ultimate – a Mercedes 300 SLR of which only two were made. And she even managed to get behind the wheel and drive it.

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This Mercedes SLR McLaren by MSO is Rare, but Is it Worth Bugatti Chiron Money?

This Mercedes SLR McLaren by MSO is Rare, but Is it Worth Bugatti Chiron Money?

One of the 25 Mercedes SLR McLaren MSO Editions produced is listed for sale in Germany, but the cost is steep

Built between 2003 and 2009, the Mercedes SLR McLaren was a modern-day tribute to the 1950s 300 SLR. The super Gran tourer preceded AMG’s SLS and GT models, both inspired by the 300 SL. Throughout its production cycle, there were some limited edition versions, such as the 722 Edition. There was also a race-prepped version of that, which you could buy. There is, however, a much rarer version of the Mercedes SLR McLaren, which was presented in a “Seen through Glass” video. It was developed by MSO (McLaren Special Operations) and now, one of the 25 made is for sale.

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Ultra Rare Street Legal AMG CLK GTR to go Under the Hammer at Pebble Beach

Ultra Rare Street Legal AMG CLK GTR to go Under the Hammer at Pebble Beach

Only 25 of these ultra-rare Mercs were ever produced and here’s your chance to get your hands on one, provided you’ve got deep pockets

If you’ve ever wanted to own a road-legal race car, well here is your chance, provided you’ve got some deep pockets that is. Real deep. The CLK GTR is a road-going race car that Mercedes-Benz produced in the late 90s to comply with racing regulations that required them to make a set number of road-going variants. Only 25 were built, with 20 being coupes and 5 being roadsters. This particular example was number nine of those 25. Also, aside from the name, the CLK GTR had nothing in common with the CLK of the time.

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This Epic Render of a Modernized Mercedes 300 SL Will Become Reality

This Epic Render of a Modernized Mercedes 300 SL Will Become Reality

This super-modern take on the legendary Mercedes 300 SL will soon become a reality.

It’s safe to say the Mercedes 300 SL is the epitome of a timeless swagger. Its unique styling is instantly recognizable by many and the car itself is as technologically advanced (for its time) as it is gorgeous to look at. The car originally came out in 1953 and, in roadster form, was produced until 1963. Although the 300 SLR inspired SLR Stirling Moss and the SLS AMG can be considered spiritual successors, an independent designer shows us what the 300 SL would look like nowadays. Moreover, the renderings we see here will be turned into reality.

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The Mercedes-AMG Project One Hypercar Straight Up Sounds Like An F1 Car For The Road

The Mercedes-AMG Project One Hypercar Straight Up Sounds Like An F1 Car For The Road

We finally hear the sound of Mercedes AMG Project One

Despite the supercar world being as diverse as ever, one car has been talked about a lot, in recent times. The Formula One-inspired Mercedes AMG Project One was announced back in 2017. Since then, there has been a lot of hype around the car and its performance capabilities. Mercedes has certainly managed to keep up the hype, as we continue getting spy footage and videos of the German Formula One-inspired supercar.

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The new Mercedes-Maybach S-Class Is A Six-Figure Luxury Home On Wheels

The new Mercedes-Maybach S-Class Is A Six-Figure Luxury Home On Wheels

If you’ve got $155,000 to spend on a car, the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is hard to ignore
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Mercedes-AMG Project One caught in production shape

Mercedes-AMG Project One caught in production shape

The Mercedes AMG Project One finally drops the camouflage

The highly-anticipated Mercedes AMG Project One seems to be ready for production. At least, that’s what the latest footage shows, anyway. AMG’s hybrid supercar has been a regular “guest” at the Nurburgring, but this time, the camouflage is off, revealing every detail of its exterior. The only “camouflage” we see here is the motorsport-inspired wrap, but other than that, this is how the production cars will look like once they reach their customers.

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Meet an Ultra-Rare SLR McLaren

Meet an Ultra-Rare SLR McLaren

The SLR McLaren edition is a very special, very rare car

The Mercedes SLR McLaren started out as Vision SLR concept, unveiled at the 1999 North American International Car Show. The goal was to showcase what Mercedes had learned from their F1 engine supplier, McLaren. Then, they decided to put the car into production. Between 2003 and 2009, 2,157 cars were made in total. Over the years, a couple of special versions appeared, such as the 722 and Stirling Moss. The YouTube channel “Seen through Glass” is showing us another one, even more exclusive than the others.

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Check Out These Shots of the Mercedes-AMG Project One Testing At The Nurburgring

Check Out These Shots of the Mercedes-AMG Project One Testing At The Nurburgring

The Mercedes AMG One is hard at work at the Nurburgring

The Mercedes AMG One was recently caught, blasting down the Nurburgring. The hyper-hybrid was supposed to be on sale from 2019, but it was delayed. The camouflaged version spotted at the “Green Hell” is proof that the people from AMG are using the extra time to refine the car even further. With this in mind, the Mercedes AMG One is expected to be on sale sometime later this year. The car will be produced in a limited run of 275 units, all of which have already been sold, at a sticker price of $2.72 million each.

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New Rendering Imagines a Modern Mercedes SL McLaren And We Want One

New Rendering Imagines a Modern Mercedes SL McLaren And We Want One

A Bulgarian 3D artist shares his vision of a new SLR McLaren

We were blessed with cars since the late 19th century. Up to this point, we’ve had the pleasure of witnessing, touching, and even driving some epic stuff. We’ve also seen many epic comebacks and spiritual successors of legendary cars. With this in mind, the Mercedes SLR McLaren is one of those cars that, we think, deserves a reboot. Apparently, concept artist Georgi Bozhkov thinks the same, as he is introducing us to one of his latest works.

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This Is How You Recommission A Classic Mercedes 300SL Gullwing

This Is How You Recommission A Classic Mercedes 300SL Gullwing

A detailed guide on how to recomission a classic car

Having a classic car and keeping it running can be a challenge sometimes. This is especially true when a car has been sitting for a prolonged period of time, without being used. Cars, similar to people, need exercise every now and then. With this in mind, there are very few people out there who specialize in keeping classic cars in working order. Lain Tyrell has been a leading authority in the field for 40 years now and his expertise is highly valued across the globe.

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Mercedes Says the AMG Project One Has No Rivals

Mercedes Says the AMG Project One Has No Rivals

It’s a bold claim with so many other challengers heading our way

The Mercedes-AMG Project One has been in the works for the better part of three years, and now that the final production model is close to completion — customer deliveries are expected to start later this year — Mercedes-AMG is just as quick to remind everyone that the Project One, or just ONE, as it will eventually be called, is a car without a rival.

To hammer that point home, the automaker released a 43-second clip showing the ONE in its now-familiar red and silver livery terrorizing a race track as many expect it could.

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The 2021 Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is the Epitome of Ridiculous Luxury

The 2021 Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is the Epitome of Ridiculous Luxury

New Mercedes-Maybach S-Class adds seven inches to the wheelbase, retains big V-12 engine

Since it’s revival as a Mercedes-Benz sub-brand in 2015, Maybach has been selling pimped-up S-Class model. Come 2020 and Mercedes-Maybach is switching to the latest-generation S-Class, the W223. Adopting the new design and features of the brand-new S-Class, the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class takes things to a whole new level in terms of luxury and comfort. Seven inches longer than the regular S-Class, the Mercedes-Maybach model basically redefined chauffeured-driven luxury and offers an alternative to Rolls-Royce and Bentley limousines.

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The Mercedes-AMG One Supercar: On The Road to 1,200 Horsepower

The Mercedes-AMG One Supercar: On The Road to 1,200 Horsepower

The Mercedes-AMG One won’t arrive until 2021, but it packs 1,200 horsepower now

The Mercedes-AMG One is arguably the coolest car the German company has announced in recent decades. But it’s also one of those unicorn supercars that we know it’s coming, but there’s no specific timeline for it. It’s spectacular and frustrating at the same time. But come October 2020, and someone finally unearthed new data about the hypercar. According to the most recent rumor, AMG engineers have tuned the V-6 hybrid powerplant to develop more than 1,200 horsepower. And that’s massive news because it’s a significant step up from the initial 1,039-horsepower claim.

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That's It - AMG Should Definitely Take On Ferrari and McLaren

That’s It - AMG Should Definitely Take On Ferrari and McLaren

Until the AMG One hits the shelves, we’re stuck in Render Land

Since the Mercedes-AMG One supercar is still in hiding, pixel manipulators are taking matters into their own hands. The latest one to do so is Rain Prisk, who imagined a hypothetical Affalterbach born and raised supercar aimed at the Audi R8, as he puts it.

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Amazing Car for Sale: 2009 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Stirling Moss

Amazing Car for Sale: 2009 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Stirling Moss

Surely one of the more insane automotive creations to come from the stoic Germans at Mercedes-Benz

Nostalgia is a strong tool in marketing and when you’re Mercedes-Benz you’ve got a huge bank of memories to fall back on, a seemingly endless catalog of legendary models and memorable milestones and otherwise remarkable achievements, some of the more incredible having been achieved in the world of racing.

Among Mercedes’ finest days in the sun on the circuits of the world is the day when a journalist accompanied a then-up-and-coming driver to win a road race in Italy. The men were Denis Jenkinson and Stirling Moss and the car was the 300 SLR. 45 years after that victory for the ages in the Mille Miglia, Mercedes-Benz paid tribute to Moss, to Jenks, and to the SLR by building this, the SLR McLaren Stirling Moss.

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