Mercedes-Maybach, Mercedes-Benz Group AG’s ultraluxury sub-brand, continues to redefine opulence with the release of Night Series.
With the introduction of the first all-electric vehicle in sub-brand history and its first SUV, the Mercedes-Maybach EQS 680 SUV, takes another big step forward.
Few cars have maintained a legacy of style, speed, and luxury better than the Mercedes SL. Debuting in 1954, the SL, with its sleek proportions and eye-catching gullwing doors, was an instant icon, catching plenty of attention from automotive enthusiasts over the past 68 years.
At The Maybourne Riviera in the Côte D’Azur, Gorden Wagener, chief design officer of Mercedes-Benz Group AG had a surprise to reveal. Pulling back the heavy drapery that enshrouded the contents of a purpose built tent, Wagener revealed Mercedes-Benz’s new Vision AMG, an extraordinary show car.
You thought the popularity of electric motors would make Mercedes’ performance division quietly disappear? Think again. The automaker just shared the spicy details of the upcoming Mercedes-AMG EQE 4MATIC+ electric sedan, and it promises to be as thrilling a drive as past V8-powered E-Classes.
Cars are one of the ultimate collectibles, and nothing makes them more prized than having been owned by a celebrities like Wayne Newton or Frank Sinatra or used in a movie like Fast and Furious.
Brabus creates the Rocket 900 by taking the already quick Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S four-door and exposing it to the same gamma radiation that causes Dr. Bruce Banner to transform into the Hulk.
Its story starts way back in 1975 when the Shah of Iran ordered 20,000 units of the yet-to-be-released Mercedes Geländewagen.
Formally called Project Geländewagen, this SUV is the result of Abloh and Mercedes-Benz chief design officer Gorden Wagener exploring how they can disrupt future perceptions of luxury.