That is the case with the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
Last week, the German automaker revealed the GLC F-Cell Plug-In prototype. As the name suggests, the F-Cell Plug-In features a battery - a 9.0-kWh lithium-ion.
During an event at Mercedes' headquarters in Stuttgart, the company announced their new inline-six engine will feature a 48-volt motor-generator unit that will make any model a mild hybrid.
Then we have the other extreme; the G500 4x4².
Today, Mercedes-Benz unveiled the 2017 E-Class. Like the sedan, the E-Class wagon has the same sleek shape and smooth lines.
The folks at The Drive took a European model currently here in the U.S. to ICON4x4, the folks who build the restomodded FJ Cruiser and Bronco vehicles.
Mercedes-Benz could also be following BMW with creating a sub-brand that is focused on eco-friendly vehicles.
There is a garage in Ukraine that specializes in transforming older Mercedes-Benz models into new ones. How is that possible?