When you think of off-roading, an electric SUV usually doesn’t come to mind, that is unless…you’re talking about the all-new Mercedes-Benz EQC 4×4². At 293 millimeters high, the EQC 4×4² rides more than twice as high as a production EQC (140 millimeters), thanks to the conversion to portal axles. In other words, unlike conventional axles, the wheels are not at the height of the axle center, but rather situated much lower down on the axle hubs owing to the portal gears.
Mercedes-Benz and of Off-White Virgil Abloh have unveiled Project Geländewagen, a one-off art piece of sorts based on the G-Class. Starting from the outside, the paintwork was partially sanded by hand to create a sense of timeless simplicity. while the welds are key design motifs and the indicators, outside mirrors as well as the bumper bar have all been removed, To give it a more aggressive stance, the has also been widened and lowered.
ESPN’s The Last Dance documentary not only showcases the life of Michael Jordan, but his many vehicles too, including this 1996 Meredes-Benz S600 Lorinser. For those who have seen this part, you’ll know that Michael Jordan throws out the first pitch at an MLB game before taking off in his customized W140 S-class to escape the press.
BRABUS has entered the luxury armored vehicle business with its new INVICTO brand. They are offering the Mercedes-Benz G63 in three different accessory lines: Pure, Luxury and Mission. These models all boast “Invicto Shelter Cell,” which meets OEM factory armoring standards consisting of hot formed armoring steel plates as well as 3D-printed parts.
Mercedes-Benz Vans has debuted its first pop-up camper for the US Market, and it’s called the Weekender. With seating for five and sleeping for four, this vehicle can be used in various ways, like traveling across the country on extended road trips, taking the family on vacations or spring getaways, quick weekend adventures or just relaxing after work.