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Gizmag takes three Mercedes AMG cars for a spin, including the S500 Plug-in Hybrid AMG Lin...

The problem with spending a day driving £300,000+ worth of cars is that driving home in your own worn out old banger makes a measured article tricky to write. Such is my issue having spent last Friday with three of Mercedes' top-end AMGs, the C300 BlueTEC Hybrid Saloon AMG Line – the S500 Plug-in Hybrid AMG Line L and the S63 AMG Coupé. So apologies in advance for any gushing.  Read More

The 2016 AMG GT S at the Paris Motor Show (Photo: C.C. Weiss/Gizmag)

Mercedes says that its new AMG GT and GT S coupes signal a move into a new, top-class sports car segment for the company. Both cars are on display at the Paris Motor Show, which opened to the public on Saturday, and Gizmag stopped by for a closer look.  Read More

Mercedes has released new Saloon (shown here) and Estate models of its AMG C 63

According to Mercedes, the C 63 AMG is the most popular AMG model ever created. Not content to stop at that, the firm has today released new Saloon and Estate versions of the car. As well as being more powerful, faster and greener, the new models include the fastest Mercedes C-Class ever produced.  Read More

The AMG GT is Mercedes latest take on the supercar game

After months of teasing, Mercedes has finally revealed its new AMG GT sports car. Launched at AMG's headquarters in Affalterbach, the GT is powered by an all-new, twin-turbocharged V8, channeled through a dual-clutch, seven-speed gearbox.  Read More

The Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG Coupe

It's not an easy feat packing near-supercar levels of V12 power and performance into a car as luxurious as a Mercedes-Benz S-Class. With the help of AMG, Mercedes has done just that with the S65 AMG line. The latest member of that family, the 621-hp S65 AMG Coupe, finds a throne atop the S-Class coupe range, squaring up against the likes of the 626-bhp Bentley Continental GT Speed.  Read More

Mercedes is slowly teasing the details of its new AMG GT

Mercedes has taken the slow approach to revealing its new AMG GT supercar. We've seen the interior and some hazy shots of its profile, but until now we didn't know anything about how it would perform. So what's under the hood?  Read More

The new SL 400 makes a bold statement in styling as well as being quicker and more fuel ef...

A new "entry" version of the Mercedes Benz SL two-seat roadster that will go on sale in Europe in July will feature a twin turbocharged V6 engine that puts out 333 hp and propels the car from 0-62 mph (100 km/h) in 5.2 seconds, on the way to a top speed of 155 mph (249 km/h). Called the SL 400 Sport, its new power plant meets tighter emissions standards than the previous 3.5-liter V6 in the discontinued SL350.  Read More

Mercedes has released images of the new AMG GT interior

Mercedes has released two images of the interior of its upcoming AMG GT. The high performance car is due for release towards the end of 2014. The company promises that the new GT will boast "the finest materials and outstanding workmanship," and describes the interior as having a modern luxury feel.  Read More

The S65 AMG Coupé from Mercedes-Benz

Now that the Geneva Auto Show is over, one has to wonder what the manufacturers will do to keep our attention. Mercedes-Benz has unleashed the new S63 AMG Coupé featuring a new tightened dynamic design, increased power output, all-wheel-drive, a lighter fighting-weight and world first suspension system.  Read More

Clockwise from top left: the 550 hp Mercedes Benz AMG E63 S Wagon, the new Jaguar XFR-S Sp...

The superwagon class gained an extra competitor overnight with the news that Jaguar will produce an R-S branded "estate car" with a 542 hp, 5.0-liter supercharged V8 engine. The Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake will cost GBP82,495 (USD$137,700) and will become a direct competitor for the 560 hp Audi RS 6 Avant, 556 hp Cadillac CTS-V, and the 550 hp Mercedes Benz AMG E63 S Wagon.  Read More

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