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Mercedes-Benz SLR Stirling Moss Available In The Market

A number of decades ago, cars were considered good investments since many modern luxury sports cars lose their value at a increased pace these days. But, there are always a number of exceptions to this rule. The value of a car model increases when a renowned car company limits its work of a select number of vehicles. A RW Automobile GmbH- owned Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren is considered the most valuable Stirling Moss in the world with its price reaching €3,965,650, as indicated on a report from While two other units that were bought at a price tag of around €2,500,000 may be a bargain, this is still way beyond… Continue Reading »


Rare Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe Legacy Edition Spotted

The Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe Legacy Edition is a very rare luxury vehicle model. In fact only ten units of this exceptionally-rare luxury vehicle were produced. Due to this, it is among the rarest AMG models to have ever come out of a manufacturing plant. The C63 AMG Coupe Legacy Edition is a special edition model designed and built by the luxury vehicle manufacturer specifically for the market in South Africa. One unit was spotted recently, as shown on a report from The unit that was spotted recently sported a bright Viper Green finish and came with a distinctive set of 10-spoke wheels. The Legacy Edition of the C63… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz S-Class Pullman Rebadged In Shanghai

A good number of government officials typically have a penchant for the Mercedes-Benz S-Class limousine, particularly the Pullman model. The style and elegance of the W140 variant of the S-Class is one specific model that has drawn the attention of many government officials, who normally want to keep it as long as they can. The Bureau of Foreign Affairs of Shanghai has been using the S-Class Pullman until the latter part of 2014, and it appears it has remodeled a fleet of eleven units recently, as shown on a report from The Mercedes-Benz and model designations on the lid of the trunk of the vehicles were changed into Dynasty… Continue Reading »


Restored 1961 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Looks Impressive

The 1961 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL is a magnificent piece of art, especially if it is restored to its former glory. Well, this was what happened to this particular model, as shown on a report from Seeing this unit will likely make classic luxury car enthusiasts drool with envy. This unit is actually a part of the extensive collection of Canepa. Aside from being restored, it was enhanced as shown on the series of photos that was released recently. The navy blue finish of the 300 SL was not limited to the exterior body since the dashboard and wheels were also given dashes of this cool-looking color. As a result,… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz G550 4×4² To Make Appearance In US Market

The product planning manager of Mercedes-Benz USA had hinted in April that the Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4² may be released into the United States. This suggestion was confirmed through an official announcement by the company, as shown on a report from However, the name of the luxury vehicle will be changed due to changes in the specifications of the vehicle from European standards to US standards. The vehicle will be called the Mercedes-Benz G550 4×4². For the moment, the pricing for the upcoming vehicle has yet to be released. But, an estimate can be made basing on the European market pricing of the G-Class model lineup of the luxury vehicle… Continue Reading »


A Look at the Mercedes-AMG GT R Engine

The Mercedes-AMG GT R just made its world premiere. The sports car is the street-legal version of the Mercedes-AMG GT3 and it surpasses the Mercedes-AMG GT S in terms of power and performance. Let us take a closer look at the GT R engine. Based on the specs provided by Mercedes-Benz USA, the GT R is equipped with the handcrafted 4.0-liter biturbo V8 engine of AMG. The power unit features dry sump lubrication, which maintains a stable oil supply even with high lateral forces. It also allows the V8 engine to be installed lower. In turn, it puts the car’s center of gravity closer to the road for high lateral acceleration. The engine… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz Pays Homage to the E-Class

Mercedes-Benz recently paraded some of its classic and existing cars to pay tribute to the rich and colorful history of the E-Class. The event was held at the Sindelfingen plant of Mercedes in Germany where the E-Class models are produced. The “Mercedes-Benz E-Class” range name only officially surfaced in 1993. The E-Class badge was used in the facelifted version of the W124. However, the DNA of the car goes way back to 1953. In that era existed the Mercedes-Benz (W120) Ponton 180. It was a midsize sedan carrying a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine. The car is characterized by its exotic look and a bit rounded frame as most of the ponton cars… Continue Reading »


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