Entry-level Ferrari Portofino faces $2.5 million MercedesSept. 13
Ferrari has introduced its new "entry-level" Portofino supercar that costs $234,000, while Mercedes has revealed the Project One concept, which will have a sticker price of $2.5 million, as the two automakers vie for the world's most lucrative customers.
Mercedes brings F1 tech to road with Project One supercarSept. 11
AMG chief predicts lineup of plug-insMay 1
The new face of AMGApril 17
Strong prospects for AMG GLCsApril 17
First Shift: Trump teases Ford plant announcementMarch 28
Mercedes-AMG expects another vroom yearMarch 25
Following a big rollout of new models, Mercedes-AMG sales are up 30 percent so far in 2017, according to Mercedes-Benz USA. While the pace will slow, a double-digit percentage increase is expected for 2017.
Primal styling and 'mirror cam' pods: Mercedes-AMG's GT Concept and what people thinkMarch 14
Mercedes-AMG, with its eyes on Tesla and Porsche, was a key player at the Geneva auto show with the GT Concept. The four-door featured design elements that are similar to the AMG GT coupe and roadster while packing a lot of power under the hood.
First Shift: In Geneva: Speed, sizzle and a surpriseMarch 8
Mercedes-AMG goes greener with 4-door GT ConceptMarch 7
Mercedes-AMG plans a four-door sports car with optional electric power based on a concept introduced at the Geneva auto show. The Mercedes-AMG GT Concept is the second AMG model equipped with “EQ Power+” and can be operated in three modes: pure electric, pure combustion or a combination of both.