Originally a DTM racer, the Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.3-16 competed in the 1986 Bathurst 1000, winning it in 1990.
The Mercedes-AMG GT driver will probably be facing a very significant repair bill.
Demand for a hot MPV wouldn’t justify the costs, and it might be a bit early to roll out AMG variants of EQ models; moreover, with 402 HP, the EQC is already pretty nifty .
The G-Wagen is the perfect status symbol right now, and it’s made even more special with a bespoke interior.
Thanks to an EQ Boost starter-alternator, higher end versions of the next-generation GT could have 650+ hp.
The purest variant of the Mercedes AMG GT looks like a road-legal GT3 race car.
The Mercedes-AMG One will use an F1-sourced powertrain, but the German brand has decided against competing in WEC with it.
The Mercedes-AMG One’s powertrain consists of a 1.6-liter turbo V6 coupled to no less than four (!) electric motors.
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 .
With a naturally aspirated, 6.2-liter V8 that churns out 500 HP and only 350 cars imported in the U.S., this is an interesting proposition.
The upcoming Mercedes EQS could be the first fully electric AMG.
GLE’s sportier sibling is armed with all the latest tech Mercedes could throw at it – and, in 53 guise, packs a big punch.