2021 Mercedes S-Class Interior

By: Adrian Padeanu – Motor1 Forget about the five screens, the real magic is in the back. Mercedes has previewed the new S–Class’ interior a couple of times already, and yet we still don’t have the whole picture. That all changes today as we were able to find fully revealing images of theContinue Reading


By Clint Simone – Motor1 The ultimate expression of an S-Class. Let’s start by proclaiming what’s at the very top of mind: The 2020 Mercedes-AMG S65 Final Edition is the best Mercedes I’ve ever driven. Bold, I know, to declare a car that starts at over a quarter-million dollars to be “good,”Continue Reading

Cadillac CT4 vs Mercedes-Benz A 220

By – Frank Markus; MotorTrend Which is the better entry-luxury sedan? Everybody in the auto industry got sent home before Cadillac got its press-fleet allotment of base 2.0-liter CT4s and Mercedes-Benz populated its fleets with A 35 AMG sedans. As such, it’s not possible to pair those natural competitors with properly aligned powertrains (a front-drive $33,795 A 220 vs. aContinue Reading


Rivals are closer than ever, but the S-Class remains our favourite luxo-barge. For now Without a doubt the benchmark big luxury saloon, the one Audi, BMW, Lexus, Cadillac and even Jaguar and Maserati must define themselves by and be measured against. This car defines the sector and is the one allContinue Reading


By Alisa Priddle – MotorTrend When you aren’t getting your head pinned against the seat, check out the ambiance. If you pay almost $100,000 for a 2020 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 S Coupe, you’ll undoubtedly have certain expectations. Many of them are related to power. After all, this Mercedes compact “coupe” has a handmadeContinue Reading


By Ollie Marriage – TopGear Bentley’s new saloon takes on the biggest, baddest Merc S-Class. Let’s get one thing straight – neither of these is the best car in the world. It’s been a long time since the luxury saloon was the highest point on the automotive landscape, the pinnacleContinue Reading


By Tom Harrison – TopGear Weren’t they just? It’s been almost two decades since Mercedes decided it wanted to bring Maybach, erm, bach. Founded in 1909 as a manufacturer of aircraft engines, Maybach didn’t start doing cars until the Twenties. Production lasted until the outbreak of World War 2, when the companyContinue Reading


By Jonny Lieberman Words; ManufacturerPhotos It’s lonely at the top of the huge-horsepower food chain. Think about the segment the 2021 Mercedes-AMG GLS 63 competes in: over 600 horsepower, top-shelf, 3-row SUVs: There’s no other vehicle in it. BMW does not make an X7M, Audi does not build an RS Q7. The Porsche Cayenne Turbo has butContinue Reading