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The 2014 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG 4MATIC is everywhere this week! Official pictures have been released, details are being confirmed and it will debut at the Detroit Auto Show next week!
The AMG Driving Academy is an amazing day at the track! It gives you the opportunity to drive our AMG vehicles in a way that you just can’t experience on normal roads. Whether you are an AMG owner looking to see what the car can do (without wearing out your own tires) or an enthusiast looking to be impressed this event is the one for you!
The 2013 schedule has been announced and they are coming back to Road Atlanta…and some other world famous tracks! You can view the full schedule at the AMG Driving Academy site.
If you purchased a AMG vehicle in the 12 months preceding an event you are eligible to attend the one-day Basic class for free through the AMG Purchase Reward Program.
If you want to see what you’ll experience at the event you can take a look at my previous posts. Please excuse all the giggling in the videos…it is just so fun!
The 2014 E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet have been added to the Future Models section at MBUSA.com. There is a great gallery of images along with lots of new details! The 2013 models will stop production this spring and the new models should arrive this “summer.”
What a fun test! I’ve never had anyone directly comparing these two models but anything that draws attention to our great wagon is fantastic! You can create your own comparisons at the MBUSA site.
“Many kids grow up with minivans and sedans, but the lucky ones spend time riding in the third-row jump seat of an E-Class wagon. The seats, which are located in the cargo area and face backward, provide a cocoon-like environment where the rear hatch window gives a unique outside view.”
“On the other hand, the GL’s more conventional third row seems spacious and welcoming enough for passengers as tall as Big Bird.”
“And while the GL450 provides a higher seating position, visibility is slightly better in the E350 wagon, making it much easier to maneuver around texting tweens in a mall parking lot or to stay within SoCal’s narrow freeway lanes.”
“Not only is the GL surprisingly fast, but it sounds quite good, too — drive with the windows and sunroof open and the combination of the deep exhaust growl and faint turbo whine provides a strangely entertaining sense that you’re driving a refined city bus.”
Read the full article at Motor Trend Online to find out who wins!