Well if you thought the Kicherer tuned E-Class Coupe is something, then you’ve obviously not seen the Brabus tuned Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe. The top Mercedes-Benz tuner raised the horsepower number to 800, yes you are reading that correct, it will be powered by a 6.3 liter Brabus SV12 R Biturbo V12 that pumps out 800 hp with 1,420 Nm of torque. The basis for this engine is the twelve-cylinder twin-turbo engine from the latest Mercedes 600 models. Displacement of the engine is increased from 5.5 to 6.3 liters (336 to 384 cu. in.) with the help of a special crankshaft, larger cylinder bore and correspondingly larger pistons. Both three-valve cylinder… Continue Reading »
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The guys over at Kicherer, as somewhat lesser known tuner, have come out with a nicely tuned E-Class Coupe. The E500 Coupe was tuned to 424 bhp from the normal 383 bhp that Mercedes provided. Thanks to a new ECU and sports exhaust system, the new top speed was raised to 330 km/h, hinting that it might actually be able to reach that number. Of course a new and more aerodynamic body kit was installed, all with custom front lip, side skirts, and rear diffusor made out of carbon fiber. Besides the body kit, custom tail pipes were installed, along with 20 inch rims.
Under the new label MercedesSport, Mercedes-Benz is presenting a portfolio of elegant and sporty individualisation products for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show. This MercedesSport portfolio includes specially designed light-alloy wheels, a sports suspension and mounted aerodynamic and styling components. All MercedesSport products were developed by Mercedes-Benz Accessories GmbH in collaboration with the same designers and engineers who were responsible for the standard production models. As a result, everything appears to have been cast from a single mold. MercedesSport is initially available for the E-Class Saloon, Estate, Coupe and Cabriolet.
The renowned Chicago Athenaeum – Museum of Architecture and Design has given three Mercedes-Benz models a singular honor by presenting the E-Class, the E-Class Coupe and the SLR Stirling Moss with the GOOD DESIGN Award – the oldest award for outstanding product design. In the previous two years, the jury for the GOOD DESIGN Award also recognized the high design quality of Mercedes-Benz automobiles by presenting the award to the GLK and the C-Class.
Four Mercedes-Benz models have the lowest depreciation in their segment, and can justifiably call themselves the “Value retention champions 2010″ – the E, C, S and R-Class. These are the findings of analyses carried out each year by the Saarbrücken-based market research institute Bà¤hr & Fess Forecast on behalf of the motoring magazine “Auto Bild”. Mercedes-Benz vehicles are therefore generally have the highest value retention, and offer a significant economic advantage. According to the residual value forecasts of the market researchers, the new E-Class will be the saloon with the highest resale value of all large coupes when it is four years old. The E 250 CDI will still command… Continue Reading »
It was only a matter of time before Hollywood gave us the sequel, so this is definitely not a surprise. What might be surprising is that Mercedes-Benz has chosen the E-Class Convertible (Cabrio) as the official car this time. It seems that they are going after the right audience, as most of the former CLK convertible drivers were in fact women (no offense to any male drivers). Men, if you do get dragged in to watch the movie with your wife/girlfriend, go with it, at least you’ll enjoy looking at the latest Mercedes-Benz creation. The movies scheduled release date is on May 28th 2010, which means that we can expect… Continue Reading »
Whether as a Saloon, Coupe or Estate variant, the new Mercedes E-Class has the highest value retention of any luxury segment model series in Germany. In three years time these models will command the highest resale values in their segment, according to a prognosis by the independent market research institute Bà¤hr & Fess Forecast. This one again confirms the high value retention of Mercedes-Benz vehicles. According to calculations by the Saarbrücken-based specialists, the E 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY Saloon will still realize up to 62.5 percent of its current new value in three years time. The Mercedes E 200 CGI BlueEFFICIENCY Estate is forecast to be worth up to 60 percent… Continue Reading »