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A Look at the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe’s AMG GT 43 and AMG GT 53 Trims

September marks the start of the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe’s production. The sports car is the third to be developed entirely by the Mercedes-AMG division of Daimler AG. The vehicle is touted as having the dynamism of the two-door AMG GT but built for everyday use with its cabin capable of accommodating up to five people. The AMG GT 4-Door is available in AMG GT 43 4MATIC+, AMG GT 53 4MATIC+, AMG GT 63 4MATIC+ and AMG GT 63 S 4MATIC+ guises. But for now, let us take a look at its entry models, the AMG GT 43 and AMG GT 53. Power A mild-hybrid 3.0-liter inline-six is used by… Continue Reading »

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The Mercedes-Benz CLS Will Receive Upgrades in 2019

The Mercedes-Benz CLS is getting an array of updates for its 2019 models in the US. Major changes will be introduced in its tech and performance. According to Mercedes-Benz USA, the four-door coupe will keep its existing trims, namely the CLS 450, CLS 450 4MATIC and the Mercedes-AMG CLS 53. However, the cars will be fitted with a new set of engines paired with electric motors. Powertrains The new CLS 450 models are equipped with Mercedes’ updated inline-six engine. The petrol-fed power unit produces 362 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque. The combustion engine is combined with Mercedes’ EQ Boost technology and an onboard 48-volt electric system. The electric drive… Continue Reading »

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Top 3 Updates in the 2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Lineup

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class range will be receiving significant updates for its 2019 model year sedan, wagon, coupe and cabriolet versions. The changes include its aesthetics, tech and performance. Two new trims are also making their debut in the lineup. The sale of the new E-Class units in the U.S. will begin by fall this year. Appearance The exteriors of the 2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan, wagon, coupe and convertible almost remain the same as their outgoing 2018 model year units, except for the addition of the 19-inch AMG wheels provided by the optional Night Package and Rear Safety Package. There are major updates in their cabins though. These include the 3-spoke… Continue Reading »

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Why the New Mercedes-Benz G-Class is So Dope

For four decades, the Mercedes-Benz G-Class has remained the same in appearance. It may have introduced minor revisions, but its boxy form has been its signature look over the years. Recently, Daimler revealed the revamped version of the G-Class for the 2019 model year. This time, we can see a significant attempt from the automaker to take the vehicle into the next stage of its evolution. Performance The major upgrade in the G-Class can be found in its reworked V8 engine. The cylinder walls now have a special NANOSLIDE coating to reduce friction, which in turn improves the fuel efficiency and reliability of the power unit. It also features a… Continue Reading »

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IMSA Mercedes-AMG GT S Surpasses the Power of the GT3

If you got the Mercedes-AMG GT S before the GT R even came out, now is your chance to boost the power of your unit and even surpass the might of the sports car dubbed as the “Beast of Green Hell”. IMSA just released its performance package that will not only put the power of the GT R to shame but even its racing counterpart, the GT3. The tuner gave the GT S a total of 860 hp. Then, it rechristened it as the “IMSA RXR”. The product was showcased at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Despite its overwhelming specs, it was overshadowed in the media by the world debuts of… Continue Reading »

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First quarter profits exceed analyst predictions

The big bosses at Daimler AG weren’t expecting the kind of profits the company would earn in this year’s first quarter. Record sales of Mercedes-Benz cars was able to make up for the brand’s spending on new models and facilities, making things for the company a lot easier and joyful moving forward in 2012. 2.13 billion euros, almost a 4.9-percent growth in profit compared to last year, is enough reason to be joyful. These figures beat average estimates by eight survey analysts. Sales grew by 9.2 percent, making it 27 billions euros for January to March alone. Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche was fast in rehighlighting his company’s goals for the… Continue Reading »

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