Undercover looks and a 5.0-liter V8 made this boxy Mercedes a true autobahn stormer.
Apparently, other drivers tried to alert the Merc’s driver, but he seemed oblivious to their warnings.
This Mercedes owner felt misled after assuming his seats were made entirely from leather.
Premium car models are the most popular targets for thieves using keyless relay attacks.
This E55 AMG is a genuine drift car, all while retaining the factory safety and comfort features.
The steering wheel on the Mercedes E-Class facelift features a brand new design.
Drivers of models like the BMW 4-Series, Audi A5, Mercedes E-Class and C-Class are more likely to put themselves and others at risk.
The tuned Merc rockets from 0 to 62 mph in 3.1 seconds and tops out at more than 186 mph.
The 300hp EQ Boost powertrain starts from £44,750 for the Coupe and £49,246 for the open-top E-Class.
The new E300e plug-in hybrid joins the diesel E300de with gasoline power and up to 700 Nm of torque.
Those are certainly not the lights the facelifted E-Class will use when it enters production.
Here’s hoping the new face and taillights will help it remain the best-looking member of the E-Class family.