Mercedes-Benz unveiled its A45 AMG ahead Geneva debut.
Based on the A-Class platform, the car will get its power from a turbo-charged four-cylinder that is expected to make around 350 hp. Power will be routed through a dual-clutch seven-speed transmission to an all-wheel drive system. The A45 AMG features lower stance, stiffer suspension, a wider track, larger wheels and tires plus upgraded brakes. Read the rest of this entry
An annual survey says Toyota tops the car brands in U.S. consumer perception.
Unchanged from last year, Ford, Honda, Chevrolet, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo rounded out the top six.
The survey comes less than a month after the Detroit auto show, during which the company showed off its latest vehicles and concept cars.
Based on how consumers perceive each brand in seven categories(quality, safety, value, performance, design, technology and green attributes), each of the top 10 saw perception scores rise in the survey.
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Ford, Mercedes, and Renault-Nissan announced on Jan. 28 they would produce fuel cell vehicles in 2017.
The three companies have been working on the technology, and some have demonstrated prototype vehicles. Mercedes-Benz has been testing multiple generations of their F-Cell fuel cell vehicle.
The Toyota-BMW agreement covers the united development of a fuel cell stack, hydrogen tank, and electric motor for a car. They will also work on new lithium-air battery technology, aiming to increase the energy density of electric vehicle batteries. Read the rest of this entry
Mercedes-Benz has a great impact on the luxury of people. Though it is quite difficult to buy these cars it still have great impact on middle class people. This year the company had launch more cars to satisfy the needs of the customers. Read the rest of this entry