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Winged Warfare: Singer DLS Turbo Vs. HWA Evo

In this ultimate restomod battle, find out ifHWA's take on the legendary 190 EVO II can outmuscle the Singer DLS

Restomods are all the rage these days, i.e. modern reimaginations of legendary classic cars. However, HWA Chief Engineer Gordian von Schöning insists that their Evo II is "not a resto-mod". HWA was founded by Hans-Werner Aufrecht in 1998, who was also one of the founders of AMG, now under the ownership of Mercedes-Benz. HWA, who have been in the game for a long time now (since 1998) reimagined the Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5-16 Evo II from the ground up. The HWA Evo II features a lengthened wheelbase for increased stability and a wider track for superior grip. Crafted from lightweight carbon fiber, its custom bodywork conceals an equally impressive powertrain.

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2025 Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance

Mercedes-AMG's GT series lineup introduces the new 63 S E Performance, capable of reaching 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds thanks to the addition of F1 tech, alongside the usual high dose of luxury in the cabin. However, all these benefits come at a price.

The 2025 Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance mixes blistering performance, cutting-edge plug-in hybrid technology, modern looks, and a luxurious four-seater cabin in a single package.

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An Undervalued Supercar That's A Future Classic In The Making

Despite being a halo car for McLaren and Mercedes, find out why the SLR remains one of the most underappreciated supercars of its era

Imagine Mercedes-Benz’s precision engineering infused with McLaren’s Formula 1 pedigree. That’s precisely what the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren represents. This iconic Mercedes unveiled on 17th November 2003, embodies a supercar in a grand tourer-like body. With only 2,157 examples ever produced, the SLR McLaren is a rare gem. Its design is utterly unique, boasting a dramatically long hood, butterfly doors, and side-exit exhausts that pay homage to Mercedes’s racing heritage and the original SLR from the 1950s.

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2023 Mercedes-AMG EQE 53 - A Cheaper EQS With Stomach-Wrenching Performance

The EQE 53's 677 hp dual e-motors deliver instant torque and supercar-level performance in a practical and luxurious package, capable of hitting 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds

Being the second mass-produced fully electrified Mercedes, the EQE balances excellent luxury with a price point that’s just in line with its competitors. However, the dynamics change totally when you invite the AMG EQE 53 to the game. With a $106,900 price tag, the EQE 53 brings supercar-level performance. Up to 677 horsepower and 738 pound-feet of torque are provided by the dual electric motors, with the 90.6 kWh battery pack giving an average of 225 miles of EPA-rated range.

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The 2024 Mercedes-AMG GT Coupe Brings Just The Right Amount Of Madness

With 577 horsepower of unadulterated V8 performance, standard all-wheel drive, and plenty of luxury, is the GT Coupe now better than ever?

Introduced in 2014, the first generation Mercedes-AMG GT aimed to fill the void left by the iconic SLS AMG, a more expensive, ferocious beast. While the GT carved its own niche with its sleek design and incredible performance, that, too, went on to bid farewell in 2021, leaving a passionate fan base yearning for its return.