2014 Mercedes SLS AMG Electric Drive Video
2014 Mercedes SLS AMG Electric Drive Video Transcript
We showed you the SLS E-Cell, electric prototype about a year ago. You recall the color. Here's what it looks like, now heading into production, stunning. An electric moderate each wheel totals 740 directly coupled horsepower and about the same number for torque. Zero to 60 and 3.9 which interestingly isn't as fast as the gas engine variant. But this one will fill e-really quick as it silently goes by its business. Now, a slow charge will take you 20 hours but with a special higher rate charger, you can get that down to three, $537,000 when it hit showrooms in June 2013 for about a second.
The all-new Mercedes S Class resets the bar for car technology.
If you're interested in a Mercedes or a BMW and you're not taking a look at 2014 Kia Cadenza, then CNET's Brian Cooley has some words for you.
The 2014 Chevrolet Impala is not your low-riding, grandfather-driving, rental-car-roaming vehicle anymore. In fact it's now a nicely appointed vehicle with a pretty good motor attached to it.
The all-new Vette Stingray: low tech in ways that work! Filling your car at home, and we don't mean with electricity. Plus, five classic muscle cars that saw the future.
Mercedes reinvents the indulgent four-door convertible with the Ocean Drive concept. Get a first look in this video from the 2007 Detroit Auto Show.
Mercedes' new S Class resets the bar for car technology, diesel engines explained, ABS on motorcycles and the most important things to look for in a car audio system.
Few cars are as iconic as the Corvette. We take out Chevy's latest seventh-generation supercar out for a test-drive to see if it lives up to its predecessors.
Chevy prices the Volt - gulp. More details on living with the Leaf, first drive in the new Jetta and Mitsubishi's electric car, and the James Bond Car Museum!
Four-door coupes are the rage right now among the well heeled. James Bond would never drive a Mercedes CLS or a Porsche Panamera, but he'd be all over the Aston Martin Rapide.
The Consumer Electronics Show presented more car technology than ever this year. We recount what we saw from QNX, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Pioneer, and even take a drive in the Fisker Karma.