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Four-Door Mercedes-AMG GT Concept Teased Before Geneva Motor Show

Daimler just confirmed the existence of the four-door Mercedes-AMG GT Concept. The parent company of Mercedes-Benz said through its Global Media Site stated that the car will be unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, which is happening this week. Quoting the Stuttgart-based company’s press release, it only said, “With the Mercedes-AMG GT Concept, the performance brand offers an advance view of its four-door sports car at the Geneva Motor Show.” So far, that’s the only information we have about it. We will be covering the event as it happens to learn more about the vehicle. So watch out for updates. What We Know So Far About The Four-Door Mercedes-AMG GT Basing… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz USA Not Closing Its Doors on the X-Class

One of the latest buzz about Mercedes-Benz right now is the introduction of the brand’s Concept X-Class pickup. The concept vehicle developed under the Mercedes-Benz Vans division made its debut on October 25, 2016 at the Artipelag art museum in Stockholm, Sweden. The production version of the Mercedes-Benz X-Class is expected to come out in 2017. Its target markets are Europe, Latin America, South Africa, and Australia. Earlier, we have reported that Mercedes is still considering about bringing the X-Class to the U.S. market. Volker Mornhinweg, head of Mercedes-Benz Vans, stated that they haven’t arrived at a consensus yet whether they will sell the pickup in the region or simply skip that idea. Recently, Dietmar… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz X-Class: Will It Pass or Fail?

In the automotive scene, there is a lot unpredictability going on. A car can receive a lot of praises when it makes it world premiere only to bomb during its production stage. Mercedes-Benz may be a very successful luxury car brand but it is also no stranger to that phenomenon. With the introduction of the Mercedes-Benz Concept X-Class at the Artipelag art museum in Stockholm, Sweden on October 25, 2016, Forbes asks whether the upcoming pickup truck will pass or fail. It should be noted that it is not the first time for Mercedes to make a pickup. In the 70s, the three-pointed star brand already built one based on the W115 platform… Continue Reading »

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