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New Mercedes-Benz S-Class PHEV Will Pack a Hefty Punch

New Mercedes-Benz S-Class PHEV Will Pack a Hefty Punch

It will be the sort of hybrid that serves performance first and foremost

The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class was introduced to the world via a book-size press release and north of 300 pictures. It has been dissected and talked about by every car-centric outlet worth its salt but we all missed one important detail about Mercedes’ new flagship: it will spawn a pretty potent hybrid version.

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2021 Mercedes S-Class Arrives To Redefine Automotive Luxury

2021 Mercedes S-Class Arrives To Redefine Automotive Luxury

The new Mercedes S-Class boasts more tech than ever, mild hybrid drivetrains

The sixth-generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class is turning seven years old in 2020, so the German company acted accordingly and introduced a brand-new version of the sedan. In the absence of auto shows due to the coronavirus pandemic, the seventh-generation S-Class, codenamed the W223, broke cover online with revised styling, a brand-new interior with modern tech, and a pair of electrified drivetrains for the U.S. market.

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2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Sedan - Awesome Picture Gallery

2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Sedan - Awesome Picture Gallery

Mercedes New flagship S-Class Has Arrived and You Have to See It

The 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class has arrived with familiar looks, new engineering and technological innovations, two new hybrid engine choices, a huge Tesla-like center touchscreen, and more safety technology than ever before. While we prepare some more in-depth information for you, you can enjoy the picture gallery that I’ve posted below.

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The Mercedes EQS Could Eat The Tesla Model S with 435 Miles of Electric Range

The Mercedes EQS Could Eat The Tesla Model S with 435 Miles of Electric Range

Electric cars, albeit the more expensive models, are getting more and more feasible

Mercedes isn’t holding back with its EQ lineup of electric vehicles. The EQC compact electric SUV is so close to hitting the market you can practically smell the odor of new electric motor. The EQS – basically an electric S-Class — is set to come to the market soon too, after being previewed in 2019 as the Vision EQS Concept We learned earlier in 2000 that AMG would build an S65 equivalent, and now we’re learning that the EQS in base form will walk all over the Tesla Model S in terms of range. If you weren’t into electric cars before, now’s probably the time to start paying attention.

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Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Arrives With The Most Powerful Engine From AMG

Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Arrives With The Most Powerful Engine From AMG

Holy smokes, Mercedes-AMG didn’t play around with this Black Series GT

Rumors talked about it for a couple of years, some spyshots gave us even more reason to get excited and follow the topic, but it was finally a press release from Mercedes-AMG that brightened our day.

This, folks, is the new Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series, featuring the most beefy engine ever developed by the house of AMG.

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Mercedes Fired Back at the 2021 BMW M5 With the New AMG E63 S 4MATIC+

Mercedes Fired Back at the 2021 BMW M5 With the New AMG E63 S 4MATIC+

That’s a quick reply from Mercedes-AMG after BMW revealed the facelifted M5

Mercedes-AMG wasn’t going to let BMW’s freshly-revamped M5 take all the limelight so it counter-attacked with the unveil of the revised E 63 S 4MATIC+, in both sedan and wagon flavors. Here’s what changes for the uber E-Class.

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The new Mercedes-AMG E53 Coupe looks just as hot as the E63

The new Mercedes-AMG E53 Coupe looks just as hot as the E63

Would you still pay extra for the E63 Coupe?

Introduced in 2017, the latest-generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class was upgraded to facelift specs earlier in 2020. Now, the German company unveiled similar updates for the Coupe and Convertible versions of the midsize, including the performance-rated AMG E53 models. Although engine specs remain unchanged, the AMG E53 now sports a hotter exterior and new technology.

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2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe

2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe

Revised styling, new tech, and a sleeker profile

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe is a version of the fourth-generation GLE, introduced in 2019. The second generation of the coupe-style SUV, the 2020 GLE Coupe boasts a brand-new design, rides on a new platform, and features improved and new technology.

It’s also equipped with new engines that deliver better performance. Aimed initially at the BMW X6, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe also competes against recently introduced nameplates like the Audi Q8 and the Porsche Cayenne Coupe. Let’s find out more about it and see how it compares to its rivals in the review below.

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2021 Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 4MATIC+ Coupé

2021 Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 4MATIC+ Coupé

Mercedes-AMG has finally launched the GLE 63 S Coupe, the sleeker choice if you want high-riding performance without the boxy shape of the standard GLE. This is what you need to know about it.

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2020 Mercedes-AMG GLE 63

2020 Mercedes-AMG GLE 63

New looks, new tech, more power!

The 2020 Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 is the high-performance version of the latest-generation GLE SUV. Redesigned from the ground up, it features a new exterior design that’s a bit bland, but the modern interior with state-of-the-art technology makes up for that. The most important update lurks under the hood, where Mercedes-Benz replaced the old 5.5-liter V-8 with the modern 4.0-liter V-8. Available with either 563 or 603 horsepower, it almost as powerful as the competition. The 2020 Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 and the GLE 63 S will arrive in the United States by the end of 2020. Let’s find out more about this high-performance SUV in the review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Mercedes-AMG GLE63.

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2021 Mercedes-AMG GLS 63 4MATIC+ Picture Gallery

2021 Mercedes-AMG GLS 63 4MATIC+ Picture Gallery

Mercedes presented the updated, 2021 AMG GLS 63 at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show, and with it comes a new look, more power, and some extra tech goodies. Like the GLE 63, the GLS 63 features a 4.0-liter V-8 that’s good for 602 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque. With the EQ Boost starter-generator, that amounts to an extra 21 ponies and 184 pound-feet of torque. An updated air suspension system keeps things smooth on the road while a nine-speed automatic shunts all that power to the 4Matic+ AWD system with variable torque distribution. This system, by the way, can actually distribute as much as 100-percent of the engine’s power to the rear wheels or distribute it evenly between the front and rear as needed for optimal traction.

The smaller GLE 63 Is actually quicker to get up to speed at 3.7 seconds to 60 mph, but the GLS 63 isn’t exactly a slouch either, managing to make the same sprint to 60 mph in 4.1 seconds on the way to an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph.

The exterior of the 2021 model is emphasized by the updated and larger Panamerican-like front grille and the new quad exhaust layout in the rear. The wheel arches have been flared as well, while the front air intakes up from have grown even larger compared to the outgoing model. Needless to say, the GLS 63 is a looker, but you won’t be able to get one Stateside until mid-2020 when it’s scheduled to go on sale as a 2021 model. We’ve put together a nice photo gallery in the slider above and in the page below, so go ahead and check out the finer details!

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The Mercedes GLE 350 DE Delivers Supercar-Levels of Torque in a Family-Friendly Package

The Mercedes GLE 350 DE Delivers Supercar-Levels of Torque in a Family-Friendly Package

The freshly-revealed GLE 350 de 4Matic brings the torque

Electric cars might be coming in hot to invade all the niches you can think of, but in areas with poor charging infrastructure or for people looking to leave the city more often, hybrids are an amazing proposition. Sure, the market isn’t short of these contraptions either, regardless of what segment you’re looking at. But, it’s not every day that you come up with a family car that packs hip-shattering levels of torque.

Enter the Mercedes-Benz GLE 350 de 4Matic, a GLE derivative that produces a whopping 700 Nm (516 pound-feet) of torque out of a diesel-electric powertrain. You know you want to find out more about it, so keep on reading.

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2020 Mercedes GLE Coupé Debuts with Two Diesel Versions, Hotter AMG Variant

2020 Mercedes GLE Coupé Debuts with Two Diesel Versions, Hotter AMG Variant

You’ll have to wait a bit to get a non-AMG petrol-powered GLE Coupé

Roughly one year after Stuttgart unveiled the 2020 GLE, it’s time for the sloping-roof, coupé-wannabe version of the SUV to officially show its face online as the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupé. It is also joined by its AMG-badged brother with a heftier affinity for performance, so let’s see what exactly are they bringing to the table.

Before we do that, however, it’s worth mentioning that the new GLE Coupé arrives at a time when the SUV-coupé niche is heading to a boiling point. BMW has just released the new-generation X6 and so did Porsche with the first-ever Cayenne Coupé; both or them are coming to join the likes of Audi Q8 and Ranger Rover Velar - with the mention that the classy Velar is by far the least hunchbacked of the bunch.

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Mercedes-AMG GLC43 unveiled with aggressive looks and beefed-up engine

Mercedes-AMG GLC43 unveiled with aggressive looks and beefed-up engine

The coupe model breaks cover with identical features and performance

It’s been four months since Mercedes-Benz introduced the updated GLC crossover at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show and three months since the beefed-up GLC63 model broke cover at the 2019 New York Auto Show, and the Germans finally unveiled the mid-range GLC43. Despite rumors that it may be discontinued, the GLC43 carries on with the SUV’s updated styling and a revised engine.

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The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB Seven-Seater Compact Crossover Is the New Official "Baby G-Class"

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB Seven-Seater Compact Crossover Is the New Official "Baby G-Class"

The new GLB mini-SUV is the largest and most rugged model in Mercedes’ line of compact cars

Previewed by the very revealing Concept GLB, the production version of the Mercedes-Benz GLB has now been officially unveiled and detailed. Its underpinnings are closely related to those of the A-Class hatch or the CLA sedan, but judging by its design and size, you wouldn’t really know they are related, at least from the outside.

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB was designed to fill the spot in the range between the smaller GLA (based on the same front-wheel drive-biased chassis architecture) and the larger GLC (essentially the SUV equivalent of the C-Class sedan). However, even though its wheelbase is shorter than that of the GLC, the GLB’s squared off design and tall greenhouse actually allow it to be perceived as the larger car.

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