Mercedes-Benz Makes a Major Debut: Its First Ultra-Luxury All-Electric Car

The new 2022 Mercedes-EQ EQS is the eco-friendly equivalent of the iconic S-Class. “Not just an impressive vehicle, it’s a commitment to a more balanced world,” says James Cameron.

While you can throw a stone and hit a Mercedes-Benz S-Class in a valet line in this town, even with everything being halfway open, there is as yet no all-electric, all-luxury Mercedes-Benz you can drive off the dealer lot right now. That time, though, is coming with the introduction today of the all-new 2022 Mercedes-EQ EQS, the all-electric equivalent of the S-Class and the biggest bet for Mercedes since the brand

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Enhanced 2022 Kia Stinger Makes Canadian Debut

2022 Kia Stinger

International Model Shown

  • Two available trims (GT Limited and GT Elite), with pricing starting at $50,495
  • Powered by a 3.3L twin-turbo V6 engine with 368HP paired with All Wheel Drive
  • New, pronounced, 19-inch alloy wheels amplify the sporty and premium character
  • Interior features include an upgraded new cluster housing, frameless rear-view mirror and bold 10.25” wide navigation screen
  • All-new GT Elite trim with optional new suede package
  • Fully equipped with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems including Advanced Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Junction Turning and Blind View Monitor and more
  • Arriving in dealerships this spring

TORONTO, March 16, 2021

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Aston Martin reveals first F1 car for 2021 debut

Aston Martin has unveiled the car four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel will race in 2021.

Vettel will partner Lance Stroll, son of team owner Lawrence, in Aston Martin’s return season this year.

Aston Martin is the rebranded Racing Point team, which was formerly known as Force India. Apart from a handful of grands prix appearances in 1959 and 1960, the British brand has not competed as a manufacturer in F1.

The team has opted for traditional British racing green as the base colour of its livery, while retaining pink accents representing last year’s title sponsor BWT.

The AMR21, which is

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Mercedes preps debut of EQE EV, a Tesla Model S rival

The EQS is expected to have a WLTP range of more than 700 km (435 miles), according to Mercedes. The EQS will roll off the same assembly line as the S-Class flagship sedan at the automaker’s plant in Sindelfingen, near Stuttgart, starting this year. It will also be produced at Mercedes plant in Vance, Alabama, starting June 2022.

By comparison, Mercedes’ EQC crossover, which is largely based on the fuel-powered GLC, has a maximum range of 462 km. That figure, however, is not directly comparable to the EQS’s range because it is calculated using the NEDC test cycle, was Europe’s

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