The Mercedes EQE SUV is a versatile alternative to the EQE business sedan. Like the Mercedes EQE sedan, the new electric SUV is available with the basic innovations of the EQS model and at the same time is more dynamic than the EQS SUV model. Mercedes says that the EQE SUV is one of the most spacious representatives of
The high-performance variant of Mercedes’s entry-luxury C-class sedan will return as the 2024 C63 S, but this time it will get a radically different engine. The previous generation was powered by a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 with either 469 or 503 horsepower, but this new-generation C63 will be motivated by a gasoline engine half that size: a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder
Mercedes-Benz love affair with the executive class started way back in 1953, but for all intents and purposes, the E-Class has been around since 1993. Now, almost three decades later, we all know what is about to happen. It is not hard to guess, either, as the sixth-generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class has been under the watchful eye of spy photographers
With the launch of its all-electric E-Class entrant, the 2023 EQE-Class, Mercedes has the Tesla Model S squarely in its sights. The self-proclaimed inventors of the combustion-powered car (see 1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen) felt no compunction to emulate any of the characteristics that helped the Model S popularize electric cars on a global scale—and which led to Tesla outselling Mercedes
The verdict: The Mercedes-Benz GLE was already an excellent mid-size luxury SUV, so AMG treatment just adds equal parts speed, silliness and serious bucks. Versus the competition: In the realm of expensive, overpowered, medium-sporty luxury SUVs, the GLE53 fits oddly between top luxury and top performance trim levels of competing SUVs in terms of both price and power. I
Verdict Mercedes has to condense the EQS’s fast, smooth and refined formula down into the EQE, and we’d already say it has a strong real-world electric saloon on its hands. Mercedes is embroiled in an arms race with Audi and BMW in the push towards electrification, but while the EQS limo has impressed us, it’s further down the range
The future, when it arrived, was anticlimactic. The snow flurries had finally eased off and the traffic on the autobahn had at last slowed to less than 37 mph. White lights appeared on the metal buttons at 10-to-2 on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class' steering wheel. I thumbed one of them. Green now glowed on the wheel and in the display
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