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A Look Back at the Earliest Mercedes-Benz Model S

We have seen a lot of the Mercedes-AMG cars receive the “S” suffix in their names like the GT S, C63 S, E63 S and CLS 63 S. The said vehicle versions all trace their roots to the classic Mercedes-Benz model S. According to Daimler, the Mercedes-Benz model S (W06) was introduced in 1927. Back then, the car was also known as the “White Elephant”. It was the brand’s first supercharged sports car. The suffix “S” actually stands for “Sport”. From the time the Mercedes-Benz model S came out up to the present, the “model S” units have been the embodiment of luxury matched with sportiness and packed with as many performance enhancers allowed in… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG Pitted Against A Tesla Model S

A Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG was pitted against a Tesla Model S recently, according to a report on autoevolution.com. A video showed the race between two different vehicles with a wide gap in terms of power output. The G63 AMG features a 5.5-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with a power output of 536HP while the Model S, which is powered by an 85 kWh battery, offers a 470HP power output. While engine sounds normally give some indications on the power offered by internal combustion engine vehicles, the Model S did not make much noise when compared to the G63. Despite this disparity in engine sound, the V8 engine of the G-Class appears… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz Enters a New Battleground in the US EV Market

Mercedes-Benz is gearing to introduce its first mass-produced pure electric vehicle in the U.S. According to Forbes, the flagship luxury vehicle brand of Daimler is looking for an end of June or early July release of the EV in the American soil. The entry of the Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive in the region will pit it against the more established brands when it comes to EVs such as Tesla and Nissan. It should be noted that Tesla is currently dominating the county’s EV market, thanks to its Model S. On the other hand, Nissan is also enjoying its fair share in the electric car market through Leaf model. Mercedes-Benz is looking at a stiff competition… Continue Reading »

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