The Mercedes-Benz F200 ‘Imagination’ concept is unlike any that you’ve seen from the automaker, or at least for a vehicle that debuted in 1999 at the Paris Motor Show. Its exerior was inspired by the S-Class, but what really set this 2-door coupe apart from the others was its joystick-controlled system that replaced the traditional steering wheel.
Mercedes-AMG teamed up with will.i.am to unveil “WILL.I.AMG”, a one-off vehicle to promote technology skills for future generations. To make it a reality, West Coast Customs took an AMG GT four-door and transformed it into a futuristic vehicle, complete with suicide doors. It was built for Will.i.am’s “The Flip” initiative, which aims to give more students from disadvantaged communities access to STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math).
Its official, the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series and GT 63 S 4MATIC+ are the new safety cars for the 2022 F1 season. One thing you might notice that is different from the past might be the lack of a light bar on the roof, and that’s because the signaling has been moved to the upper area of the windscreen, while the rearward-facing lights have been seamlessly integrated into the rear spoiler.
A drag race is nothing new, but this might be the first one where a Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S takes on the Aston Martin DBX. The former is powered by a hand-assembled V8 engine making 563 hp and lb-ft of torque, which means it’s a luxury SUV not to be messed with.
Classic Youngtimers Agency has built the world’s first and only Mercedes-Benz X 360d 6-wheel “Black Edition” pickup truck, and it’s a doozy. This build required a custom subframe to make room for a third axle, while keeping room for four passengers and a driver.