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2021 Mercedes Benz E-Class is here, including AMG E53

2021 Mercedes Benz E-Class is here, including AMG E53

The Mercedes Benz E-Class has always been the handsome middle-child of the German premium carmaker. The sedan has racked up a considerable amount of volume and became a forerunner for the success of the brand. For 2021, the Mercedes Benz E-Class has been lightly revamped, and with this update, the sedan and wagon versions get a frumpy new look, new tech, and a plug-in hybrid version.

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First drive: 2020 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT R Pro in Germany

First drive: 2020 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT R Pro in Germany

A 585 hp rear-wheel-drive supercar and a rain-soaked Hockenheimring – venue for the German F1 Grand Prix, and a track I’ve never previously been to – are ingredients that pretty much guarantee the day ahead will be anything but dull. Throw in a man named Bernd Schneider, a hard-pedalling five-time German touring car champ, as a pacemaker and you can bet fireworks are in store.

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2020 Mercedes AMG GT range refreshed

2020 Mercedes AMG GT range refreshed

We recently witnessed the reveal of the new Porsche 911 and now it has a proper nemesis. Mercedes-AMG updated its entire range of GT cars for 2020. Available in the GT, GT C, GT R, and GTR Pro versions, the 2020 Mercedes AMG GT brings better styling and more technology to the table. 

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2019 Mercedes-AMG GT43 base model debuts

2019 Mercedes-AMG GT43 base model debuts

When Mercedes-AMG revealed the GT “4-door coupe” a few months ago, it didn’t creates as much of a splash as the Porsche Panamera, seeing as it was just another reskinned E-Class alongside the CLS “4-door coupe” that still exists as well. And in its 53, 63 and 63 S flavours, it was placed a little too high in the fiscal ladder for many to lay their hands on one. But now, a new base model, called the Mercedes-AMG GT43, slots into the range, opening it up to more people.

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Mercedes Benz AMG GT 4-Door Coupe surfaces

Mercedes Benz AMG GT 4-Door Coupe surfaces

It’s been in the news for a long time now. The house from Mercedes Benz has been teasing us with a four-door version of the AMG GT sports car. The Porsche Panamera rivaling sedan (or hatchback?) has been finally revealed at the on-going 2018 Geneva Motor Show. With the most literal name ever, AMG GT 4-Door Coupe, it comes in three flavours and all of them promises everything AMG is famous for.

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