Mercedes SLS AMG 4-Door Won't Be a Reality

Back in February, patent drawings of a four-door Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG model leaked onto the Internet, raising some curious eyebrows among auto enthusiasts.

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2013 SLS AMG GT Runs Nrburgring in Under 7:30 - Mega Gallery

The 2013 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT was revealed earlier this month, updating the flagship Mercedes supercar thanks to knowledge gained from campaigning its GT3 race car.

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AMG Launches "Which AMG is It?" Campaign- Video

A MG is launching a campaign called ‘Which AMG is it?’, to test fans and enthusiasts knowledge of the Mercedes-Benz tuning company.

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Mercedes-Benz R-Class Discontinued in America

The unloved Mercedes-Benz R-Class has officially gotten the axe in the U.S., but production will continue on thanks to the demand in China, Mexico, and Canada.

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2013 Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG Snarls: 2012 Geneva Auto Show

The 2013 Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG roadster debuted today at the 2012 Geneva Auto Show, though it failed to steal attention from most of the crowd.

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2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Facelift Detailed, Quad-Headlights Axed

Recently news broke that German luxury automaker Mercedes-Benz was going to give its E-Class model a refresh for the 2014 model year. Now it appears that the facelift can come as soon as January 2013, and could possibly be a 2013 model year vehicle.

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2013 Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG Gets a Huge Gallery and Video: Geneva Motor Show Preview

Mercedes-Benz recently revealed their 2013 SL 63 AMG ahead of its Geneva Motor Show debut, and now the German automaker has released a huge collection of photos and a video of the redesigned hardtop convertible.

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The Future of AMG Detailed

AMG, the high-performance subsidiary for German luxury automaker Mercedes-Benz, is poised to establish itself as a real player in the sports car industry by unveiling 17 new models and variants over the next four years.

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Mercedes Viano Interactive Ad Campaign is Extremely Clever – Video

Inside Berlin’s Friedrichstrasse underground subway station, German luxury automaker Mercedes-Benz launched one of the more clever advertising campaigns we’ve seen to date. Dubbed “Key to Viano”, commuters are able to use their own vehicle keys to control the digital advertising displays.

By recognizing car key signals through a radio receiver, a new film clip starts each time a signal is received. To set everything up for the interactive campaign, 12 digital advertising displays were installed and the underground station went through an extensive overhaul that was accomplished in collaboration with WallDecaux Berlin.

Basically, each time someone pushes their remote key near one of the displays, the side door of the digital Viano opens and different kinds of passengers come out, ranging from female body builders to sumo wrestlers to robots. The goal, of course, is to show off just how much room the Viano has inside.

Taking the “interaction” up a notch, if a person triggers the chauffeur clip, they are then escorted by the Mercedes-Benz promotional team on location to a Viano waiting outside the station for an all expenses paid trip to wherever they are heading.

Watch a video of the Key to Viano campaign in action after the break.

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Mercedes C63 AMG Black Series Coupe IPad App Delivers 517 Virtual Horsepower

The vast majority of us will never get to experience a Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe Black Series up close and personal, so the German luxury automaker decided to take the liberty of creating an app for fans to enjoy some media on their Apple devices.

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Mercedes G-Class to Live On Until 2020

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is a funky, but rugged luxury SUV from the German automaker, and it appears that it’ll be in production until at least the year 2020.

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Mercedes-Benz Unveils New Active Seat Belt Buckle Technology

This may not be the most exciting news ever, but it’s definitely one of the cooler things to look forward to in the world of automotive safety. Mercedes-Benz has just unveiled their new active seat belt buckle technology that is designed for the rear passengers.

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Japanese Exotic Car Pile Up Becomes World's Most Expensive Automotive Graveyard [Video]

About two months ago we reported a collection of luxurious and exotic machines that were involved in a bizarre accident in Japan that claimed at least eight Ferraris, three Mercedes-Benzes, a Lamborghini, a Nissan Skyline and a Toyota Prius.

The exotic car crash occurred on the Chugoku Expressway out in the Yamaguchi Prefecture and fortunately only ten people were hospitalized with just minor injuries.

Now a video of the aftermath from that accident has surfaced and it appears that Japan is now home to at least two parking lots full of fine machines just sitting and rotting. This accident is now being dubbed “the world’s most expensive car pileup” with an estimated combined cost of $4-million in damage.

Take a closer look at the Italian carnage after the break.

[Source: Carscoop]

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First 2013 Mercedes SL63 AMG to Be Sold at Auction

We don’t even know what the final version of the newly refreshed 2013 Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG looks like and people are already talking about how the first one to hit American soil will be auctioned off later this month.

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2012 Mercedes ML63 AMG Priced From $95,865

The Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG is due to hit North American shores by March, and the luxury German automaker has announced that the performance-minded luxury SUV will start at a significant $95,865.

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