Mercedes-Benz's automotive history can be traced all the way back to the 1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen, which it claims as the first gasoline-powered automobile. Currently, the German luxury automaker offers a full lineup of vehicles in nearly every segment imaginable, from the pint-sized A-class up to the GLS-class three-row crossover. It even builds two cargo vans, the Sprinter and Metris.
With a drag coefficient of just 0.20 in the right spec, the electric EQS is all about efficiency.
The EQS is the first in many battery-electric Mercedes-Benz vehicles. There's a lot on the line, but thankfully this EV flagship sets a good example for not just the automaker, but also the entire fledgling segment.
Mercedes really talked up the promise its Vision EQXX holds, and it even brought folks in from its Formula 1 powertrain operation.
The German automaker has big plans through the end of this decade, including several new EV architectures, new partnerships and more.
For the first time in the US, the new SL will be available with four seats.
These are our best convertible picks, from affordable two-seaters to luxury four-seaters that cost well into six figures.
The next-gen SL roadster has a "hyperanalog" cabin with some retro design touches.
A midsize SUV or crossover provides a lot of space, and it'll fit in your garage at that.