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Mercedes-Benz Sold Nearly 2.5 Million Cars And Vans In 2023

Mercedes-Benz Group just unveiled its sales figures over 2023, showing nearly 2.5 million vehicles sold. Among them were around 2 million coming from its luxury lineup. Crunching Down the Mercedes-Benz Sales Figures According to the three-pointed star marque’s 2023 Q4 report, it delivered a total of 2,491,600 cars and vans within that period, which displayed a 1.5% increase compared to the previous year. However, the Mercedes-Benz Cars division was only able to sell 2,043,800 units. A significant increase in demand was witnessed in the Maybach branding of the company, signifying a 19% increase in sales. This was followed by the G-Class range at 11% and Mercedes-AMG high-performance variants at 4%…. Continue Reading »


Wrapping Up The Performance Of The Mercedes F1 W14 Race Car In 2023

After enjoying eight consecutive Constructors Championships from 2014 to 2021, the streak of Mercedes F1 was finally broken by Red Bull in 2022. Since then, the team has struggled to outperform its rival. As 2023 ends, the three-pointed star marque reflects on the important lessons it learned over the recently concluded season. Mercedes F1 Not Contented With Their Performance Recently, The Race asked Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One whether or not the wrong decisions were made in the development of the W14. Technical Director James Allision wittingly responded, “Are we world champions?” Allison’s answer, although delivered with humor, served as a reflection of the team’s overall sentiment despite finishing as runner-up… Continue Reading »


Lewis Hamilton Admits That Red Bull Has The Most Dominant F1 Car

Lewis Hamilton humbly admitted that Red Bull has the most dominant Formula 1 car in his entire career. The statement of the seven-time world champion came after the race this Sunday in Jeddah where he finished fifth. Meanwhile, his teammate George Russell finished fourth after Fernando Alonso was reinstated to third place after his penalty was overturned. The acknowledgment came in an interview after Max Verstappen of Red Bull was able to pass him with ease. This just showcased the significant advantage that Red Bull has over the competition this season. Verstappen’s sprint from 15th on the grid all the way to second place behind his teammate and race winner… Continue Reading »


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