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Details of the next B-Class

Here’s exciting news for the upcoming B-Class. None other than Mercedes-Benz marketing chief Joachim Schmidt announced that the new B-Class will have no less than four variants, and that includes one SUV and a hatchback version. The company is also working on a sedan variant that should be able to place itself well below the C-Class sedan. The entry-level B-Class sedan will hopefully attract younger buyers who are still not able to purchase, and maintain, a full-sized C-Class. Apart from the price tag, the B-Class sedan will surely be more fuel-efficient thanks to a smaller engine. Germany’s Autobild magazine reported earlier the previous year that the next-generation B-Class would feature… Continue Reading »


2011 C-Class Update

Here’s another update to the upcoming C-Class. These spy photos show much of the external ramifications Mercedes-Benz will be making to its best selling vehicle range. Most evident are the changes that’ll be appearing on the front bumper and headlights, in line with the company’s new design outlook for the future as well as on current Mercedes-Benz models. Just last month, the C-Class coupe was seen testing. And now, there’s a whole batch of fresh photos of the C-Class Estate proving that the 2011 lineup will come as a full range. And they’re going to come with brand new, highly-efficient engines that feature direct injection diesel and gasoline technology. Those… Continue Reading »


I-Spy: Stuttgart Museum visitor snaps 2011 CLS in the flesh

With spy shots such as these, how can you not love the upcoming 2011 CLS? Mercedes-Benz hasn’t been very secretive of the redesigned CLS, especially judging from the photo here that comes courtesy of a certain visitor to the Stuttgart Museum in Germany. While visiting the halls of the Silver Arrow, the visitor spotted a crew of photographers snapping away at a bare CLS, with its four doors in full splendor. The visitor was so generous as to share his photo with Noticias Automotivas, providing us with a very close encounter with the new model. Notice that the new CLS clearly has a more upright front grille amidst the familiar… Continue Reading »


Insider Spy: Very, very close rendering of the C-Class Coupe

We know you’re all waiting for word on the C-Class Coupe, Mercedes-Benz’s supposed replacement for the CLC. Well, fortunately, a friend of ours (a real-life insider) was kind enough to give us the latest tidbit about the much anticipated Coupe. He (or she) seemed to have car-gasms when talking about the new model, revealing that it’ll be sporting L-shaped headlights, just like what you see on the existing CLS and SL models. Our ally, who goes by the name ‘Real Insider’, was so generous as to leave a link to Motor Authority’s website, where the rendering, according to him/her, is “very, very close,” and that he/she “was very impressed” that… Continue Reading »


Insider Spy: C-Class Coupe to possibly replace the CLC

Did you really think Mercedes-Benz really let BMW get away with their 1/3 Series Coupe’s success across the globe? Think again, fellow Insider. Because Mercedes-Benz isn’t going to take this sitting down. Not without a fight. It hasn’t been made public, though. That’s why we’re doing you a favor, by releasing spy photographs of the replacement for the leaves-much-to-be-desired CLC. Right now, they’re calling it the C-Class Coupe, but who knows what it’ll be called once it makes its public debut? Rumors say that it should hit show floors as early as June or July next year. They also say that it’s going to be based largely on the existing,… Continue Reading »


Spy Photos: Mercedes Axor and Actros Trucks

Spy photos reveal Mercedes Axor and Actros trucks wearing a camouflage usually seen in cars to hide the actual model and avoid industrial copying of other car manufacturers. Although we regularly see this in cars, we were surprised to see such camouflage applied in trucks. The Mercedes trucks were covered in vinyl to camouflage its whole body, the actual size of the covering is enough to completely cover two to three cars. The appearance of the trucks were intended to mislead the cameras and prevent them from capturing the actual design of the trucks. Although is seemed less convincing when used in trucks, as it hardly hides the actual form… Continue Reading »


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