Based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van, the Revel is kitted out with solar-power, and a living space with a lift bed, bathroom, and kitchen. It has a 3-liter turbodiesel engine, on-demand 4WD with traction control, and optional performance wheels and all-terrain tires.
Born from Formula 1 hybrid tech, the Project ONE makes over 1000 hp, with a top speed of 217 mph. Its electrically-assisted 1.6L V6 turbo engine spins up to 11,000 rpm, sending power to the rear, while two 120 kW motors drive the front axle. Goes 0-to-112 mph in less than 6s.
Mercedes-Benz’s parent company Daimler worked with Bosch to create a parking system with cars that park and retrieve themselves. The cars and the car park are equipped with sensors that guide the car to a free space. Drivers use an app to summon their rides.
A fantastic blend of power, luxury, and practicality, this compact SUV has been blessed by AMG with a biturbo V6 that makes 362 hp and 384 lb-ft. of torque, launching you and up to 56.5 cubic feet of cargo from 0 to 60 in 4.8 seconds. Read our full review on 95octane.
For Pebble Beach 2017, Gooding & Company has a pair of amazing classic Mercedes on the block. This 300SL Gullwing and Roadster have been owned by one family, are unrestored, and fully driveable. The Gullwing is the only one ever factory painted in British Racing Green.
To promote its high capacity batteries, Kreisel converted a Mercedes-Benz G 350 d into a fully electric vehicle. It has two motors that produce up to a total of 360kW and goes from 0 to 62mph in 5.6s. Its batteries last up to 186mi and can be quick-charged to 80% in just 25min.
Mansory takes the already badass G-Wagen and takes it to the next level with a carbon fiber widebody kit with fender flares, door skins, and front and rear bumpers. Cough up enough dough, and they’ll fit the interior with luxurious diamond-quilted leather and carbon fiber trim.
The Mercedes-AMG GT R is the most hardcore variant of the already monstrous AMG GT, stripping weight, adding power, and upgrading its suspension, brakes and aero for track use. Carfection’s Alex Goy was lucky enough to take this one on the track at the Nürburgring.
Here’s something we never thought we’d see. Luxury and sports car maker Mercedes-Benz is showing off two concept variants of a mid-size pickup. While we’re not sure we’d want to take these trucks off-road and get them really dirty, they sure look pretty. Launching late 2017.
Mercedes’ concept coupé screams style and opulence. The 19+ft-long electric car has four motors that deliver a total of 768hp to its 24″ wheels, can go 62mi with just 5min of charging, and a wrap-around touch-sensitive glass dashboard and augmented reality windshield.
Mercedes-Benz teamed up with luxury golf cart maker Garia to create a concept vehicle that embodies the German automaker’s impeccable sports car aesthetics. It rides on 14″ sports wheels, has a high-tech dashboard, and we love that the grille looks like a giant golf ball.
AMG takes its already amazing GT car and turns it into a green monster. Spending much of its development time on the Nürburgring, its 4.0L biturbo V8 now has 577hp, 516 lb-ft. of torque, and track-ready suspension and aerodynamics. We simply love those new side air vents.
Currently available in Europe as the G500 4×4², this beastly off-roader is heading to the US in 2017. The $200K+ SUV has 17.2″ of ground clearance, 39″ fording depth, articulating axles,a 416 hp biturbo V8, and the sort of luxury interior we’d expect from Mercedes.
The new E-Class deftly combines comfort, performance, and technology. It’s longer and more dynamic than before, with available air suspension, and Drive Pilot, an active cruise control system that offers not only braking and acceleration, but steering assistance.
German tuning outfit Brabus works their magic yet again, this time taking the already incredible Mercedes-AMG GT S, and pushing it to 600hp and 553 lb-ft. of torque, then decking it out with custom carbon fiber aero, 20-21″ forged wheels, and a new titanium exhaust system.