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2012 Mercedes-Benz S-Class mule - click above for high-res image gallery

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Mercedes-Benz A-Class - Click above for high-res image gallery

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The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG is nothing if not an exciting car to drive, and the German automaker is reportedly hard at work making sure that the upcoming electric version of the supercar generates the same kind of reaction from its occupants. In an interview with Autocar in the UK, AMG head Volker Mornhinweg assures that the car is now testing on the road and will hit all of its targeted performance objectives.

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The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG is nothing if not an exciting car to drive, and the German automaker is reportedly hard at work making sure that the upcoming electric version of the supercar generates the same kind of reaction from its occupants. In an interview with Autocar, AMG head Volker Mornhinweg assures that the EV super coupe is now being tested on the road and will hit all of its targeted performance objectives.

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2010 Mercedes-Benz S63 and S65 – Click above for high-res image gallery

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Click on the image above for a gallery of Mercedes-Benz E500

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There is no silver bullet to kill the oil werewolf. How many times have we heard that line (well, without the werewolf part)? A lot, and Mercedes issued a press release today that pretty much takes that one idea and goes on to explain at length how Daimler AG is going about loading all their weapons in the war against oil dependency (ok, ok, I'll stop with this metaphorical nonsense now).

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The hybrid technology agreement between Daimler and BMW means that the world's (likely) first lithium-ion battery to go into a production vehicle - the S400 BlueHybrid (pictured) - will also probably make its way into BMW models. According to the Wall Street Journal and Just-Auto (reg req'd)], BMW paid some of the development costs of this battery, developed by Continental AG, in order to have access not long after Daimler does. The li-ion S400 should be out in 2009 and other companies will be a

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click above image to view entire high-res gallery of brochure

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After more than three decades of dutiful employment at Mercedes Benz, Paul Halata, current CEO of U.S. operations, will begin an early retirement starting September 1st of this year.

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