This is the first live action film of the new top-dog in Mercedes-Benz‘s E-Class range, the E63 AMG that will compete against the BMW M5 and its ilk. The E63 AMG made its world premiere at the New York Auto Show an it is powered by a 6.3-liter V8 engine producing 525HP and 465 lbs/ft of torque launching the car to 62mph (100km/h) in 3.9 seconds and on to an electronically limited top speed of 250 km/h or 155mph. So turn up the volume and click through to watch Merc’s E63 AMG doing its dance on the road and the track.
The Mercedes-AMG One’s powertrain consists of a 1.6-liter turbo V6 coupled to no less than four (!) electric motors.
A low-rider electric sedan ain’t something you see on a daily basis, but with the proliferation of EVs, maybe we should get start getting used to it.
Code-named the P758, it is expected to target the South American market, though it could be sold elsewhere as well.
A Hyundai pickup with the i30 N’s 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder and close to 300 HP could be very fun indeed.
Underneath this badly executed body kit, which comes bundled with all sorts of unusual add-ons, lies a sixth-gen Camaro.
Not content with the stock 325 HP twin-turbo V6, the owner of this saloon fitted a tuned Coyote engine and a 2007 ‘Stang GT500 transmission.
The California Highway Patrol may recommend modified cars like Hart’s are fitted with five-point safety harnesses.
The 2020 G90 is fantastic value for money, but is it good enough to take on the luxury segment’s benchmark?.
The all-new compact electric hatchback is available in three different battery and electric motor configurations.
If you like 1990s AMGs, this SL 73 is the pick of the decade, packing a healthy 525 HP and being made in no more than 50 examples .