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Mercedes Metris Concepts Premiere at SEMA Show 2014

Mercedes-Benz recently debuted a new vehicle for the U.S. market at the SEMA Show 2014. The three-pointed star introduced the Mercedes Metris in the American soil during the event. The Mercedes Metris is the Americanized version of the Mercedes Vito, a commercial van that sits as a sub-variant of the Sprinter. According to Car and Driver, the vehicle will be sold in the U.S. by 2015. The source claimed the model is expected to use a 2.1-liter turbo-diesel four-cylinder as a standard with a rear-wheel drive configuration. An optional all-wheel drive specification is also foreseen. Although the Mercedes V-Class was not planned to be offered in the U.S., some of its… Continue Reading »

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Wald Shows Up At SEMA With An Orange CLS

A couple of weeks ago, we presented to you Wald’s rendition of the outgoing R230 Mercedes SL. At the ongoing SEMA show, Japanese tuner Wald has on its stand a radically-colored Mercedes with an aesthetic treatment similar to that on the R230 SL. As with the R230 Wald “Black Bison”, this special CLS features a revised front fascia, new skirts and vented fenders. The back end also features rear vents on the lower part of the fenders, a roof and deck spoiler, and a diffuser with oval-tipped staggered tailpipes peeking out from the diffuser area. Complementing the more aggressive aerodynamics are a set of black Forgiato wheels which provide a… Continue Reading »

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SL65 AMG in full matte black glory at SEMA

You’ve all heard about the SL65 AMG Black Series. It’s no mere pretty object sitting on the street waiting for its matte black to be oogled upon by stares and wide open jaws. It’s got a lot of power resting under its hood, waiting to be unleashed by a fearless right foot. Take that entire package, slap on some ExtremeContact DW and Extreme Contact DWS tires, and you’ve got one hell of an exhibition car. Such is the sight that unraveled at the SEMA booth of Continental tires. This particular car had mean skirts and splitters to boot, and not to mention a good helping of carbon fiber trimmings all… Continue Reading »

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