Mercedes-Benz will introduce the E-Class Cabriolet next month during the Geneva Auto Show. Longer and wider than its predecessor, the model will offer space for four passengers in a luxurious atmosphere.
Mercedes-Benz has released a teaser image that previews a topless version of the G-Class. Official details are scant at best, but a teaser image suggests the open-air G uses an immensely powerful twin-turbocharged V12 engine.
Mercedes-Benz has revealed its refreshed 2018 GLA lineup ahead of their introduction at the 2017 Detroit Motor Show. The subcompact model also gets a Yellow Night edition offered on GLA45 and CLA45 AMG versions.
Mercedes-Benz is secretly developing a third compact sedan positioned between the C-Class and the CLA, according to a recent report. Based on the next-gen A-Class, it may be offered with a plug-in hybrid drivetrain or a 400-hp turbo engine.
Mercedes-Benz has introduced the brand-new 2018 E-Class Coupe ahead of its debut at the Detroit Auto Show. The latest two-door E gets all of the sedan's tech features and a more style-focused look than ever before.
Mercedes-Benz's Australian division has introduced a cab-chassis variant of the G-Class named G300 CDI. Designed to be fitted with a pickup tray, the G300 CDI is a tough, no-nonsense off-roader capable of tackling the Australian bush.
Nico Rosberg announced his retirement from Formula One days after winning his first championship. The 31-year-old said he had achieved what he had wanted in the sport, and no longer wanted to be under such intense pressure.
New details suggest Mercedes-Benz could develop two models to replace the CLS. The model's true successor will adopt the CLE nameplate, while the CLS will morph into a more upmarket sedan aimed at the Porsche Panamera.
Mercedes-Benz is conducting market research to determine whether it is worthwhile to continue selling diesel cars in the U.S. It will continue trying to get a limited number of diesel models certified in the meantime.
Mercedes-AMG won't build a faster version of the upcoming X-Class pickup because it believes there is not enough demand. The truck won't be offered in the U.S. when it debuts, but Mercedes hasn't completely turned its back on the pickup…