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Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG Black Series: Hear It Roar!

In one of the greatest fuel station in the world, a video was shot. Well, first, I think it is one of the greatest because of its location, it is in Nurburgring. The video is actually a “soundtrack” of the Mercedes CLK63 AMG Black Series, as it kind of brags how its 8 cylinder engine produces power. Hit the play button and see (or hear) for yourself.


A Video of the Growling Mercedes CLK63 AMG Black Series

Uploaded by Jorrie2, this video is a fresh take on the Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG Black Series, which is not new anymore, yet still creates buzz. Because of the power and the beauty of the vehicle, it is not difficult to understand why lots of car enthusiasts still admire it. In this video, the CLK63 is seen in a gas station with the SLS AMG and the Porsche 911 GT2. It speeds away leaving rubber tracks behind and sounding like a roaring lion on the road. The other cars followed too.


Enthusiast Creates Black Series From An ’05 CLK55

In the finest tradition of hotrodding, a Mercedes enthusiast has converted his CLK55 into his version of a CLK Black Series edition. Not willing or able to replace his 2005 CLK55 with a Black Series, the owner hired a team of mechanics to upgrade his car’s engine, for an increase in output to 450 horsepower. An aftermarket exhaust advertises the fact that this CLK is no ordinary luxury convertible. This enthusiast then fitted his CLK55 with an original wide body kit and replaced the bumpers, side skirts and grille with Black Series items. Black Series 19-inch wheels complete the transformation from an ordinary CLK55 to Mercedes-AMG’s version of the ultimate… Continue Reading »


New C-Class rounding the Nurburgring

It’s been a while since we last wrote about the facelifted C-Class. Well, here’s the saloon variant making rounds on infamous Nurburgring. In case you’re wondering, this is the track that gave the new CLS is first ever recorded crash, as well as the SLS AMG GT3’s first fiasco on a track on its racing debut. You can see that this test car has been lightly disguised to reveal subtle visual enhancements up front, most notably taking cues from the brand-new E-Class range—the headlamps, the well-contoured bonnet and the redesigned bumper. Now, if you peek at the rear end, you’ll find even less enhancements, limited to the bumper and the… Continue Reading »


Update on the next-generation C-Class

So yeah, the next C-Class will come in both coupe and convertible variants. In the gallery below, you’ll even get to peek at its interior. But how will the next C-Class Coupe fare against the two-door E-Class. Since the E-Class similarly is based on the current C-Class platform, it’ll be fun to see which of the two will be larger and performance-wise, which will be a lot more tempting to drive. A lot of questions are hanging on these two vehicle lineups, questions which will hopefully get some answers from the up-and-coming Paris Motor Show in France. Surely, you guys are wondering what the price tag will be and how… Continue Reading »


Next target: GAZ Gorky Automobile Plant in Russia

There aren’t so many fans of Russian made cars, perhaps not even in Russia. Still, there is one automotive manufacturer in the country that’s getting a lot of attention. GAZ, who currently manufacturers the Volga Siber at the Gorky Automobile plant (insert Wind of Change chorus here), is getting wooed by a lot of investors wanting to tap into the Russian market. Yep, you guessed it—Mercedes-Benz’s parent company Daimler wants in. And the company will stop at nothing to get the plant to producing the E-Class. And with good reason too. The Volga Siber is actually based on the Chrysler Sebring platform. As true-blooded Mercedes-Benz fans (you know you are),… Continue Reading »


E-Class awarded IIHS’ Top Safety Pick award for strong roof

So which car won this year’s Top Safety Pick? Well, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, it’s the Cadillac CTS and the Infiniti M, which are both very impressive in each of their own’s rights. With the competition very tough, it helps if the vehicle has the makings of a strong shell. Something that can survive a rollover while not necessarily being built like a tank. At the least, its roof has to have enough strength to as much as four times its own weight. Well, that is what clinched the award for the Cadillac and the Infiniti. Since this is Benz Insider, we’re assuming you’re wondering what… Continue Reading »


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