The Mercedes-Benz G-Class consists of the most luxurious and off-road capable SUVs ever created. It is also the model line that seems to provide the best platform for after-market modifications. Everything looks good on a Mercedes-Benz G550 and the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG®, so making special modifications to them is one of the best ways for aftermarket modifiers to show off their work.

The aftermarket specialist Masonry, recently took the same G550 that is sold as a new Mercedes-Benz G-Class in Tacoma, and gave it some of the most expensive and stylish modifications around.


Though we won’t get a chance to see up close all the modifications, the picture shown above gives a good indication of the exterior. There are a lot of carbon fiber parts, including the hood, mirror caps, rear lamp surrounds, roof spoiler and rear diffuser. The interior will be the part to really see, as this 2013 Mercedes-Benz G-Class has been given “limitless modifications.”

For more information about the G-Class, or to take a look at any Mercedes-Benz vehicle, contact Larson Mercedes.

27 Feb 2013

Mercedes-Benz has created an SLS AMG Electric Drive which showcases the automakers prowess in high-performance sports car electric engines.  This vehicle created by AMG®, Mercedes-Benz’s high-performance division, has technology that comes from Formula 1 racing.  This makes the powertrain in this roadster one of the most dynamic and unique electric motors around.

As any Mercedes-Benz driver will tell you, and new Mercedes in Tacoma has a superior engine, though not all can get to 62 MPH in 3.9 seconds with electric power.  The SLS AMG Electric uses four electric motors, each of which add to the horsepower and torque for acceleration, as well as range for the racer.

This gullwing specimen of perfection is one of the best-looking vehicles ever created, demanding attention wherever its presence is seen.  AMG® has a way of getting ahold of Mercedes-Benz vehicles and turning them into cars of pure speed and pleasure.

For more information about the SLS, or to take a look at any Mercedes-Benz, contact Larson Mercedes-Benz of Tacoma.

19 Feb 2013

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is the luxury automaker’s flagship sedan. With several models to choose from and unparalleled luxury, the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class in Tacoma offers the most luxury and sophistication in its class. The lineup boasts class-leading safety with advanced power and cutting-edge technology.

The model lineup includes the 2013 Mercedes-Benz E350, 2013 Mercedes-Benz E350 BlueTEC®, 2013 Mercedes-Benz E400 Hybrid, 2013 Mercedes-Benz E550 4MATIC® and the performance-enhanced 2013 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG®. This lineup is receiving its midcycle refresh for the new model year, which include an updated exterior styling, a new diesel option and more technology.

Mercedes-Benz E 500 Coupé mit AMG Sportpaket, (C 207), 2012

The new front design of the upcoming Mercedes-Benz E-Class is what is being most talked of throughout the automotive world. The new look gives a bit of sporty playfulness to the current sophisticated design. We are told to expect the same front design on the upcoming S-Class and all-new Mercedes-Benz C-Class.

For more information about the E-Class, or to take a look at any Mercedes-Benz vehicle, contact Larson Mercedes.

15 Feb 2013

Mercedes-Benz has always been at the forefront of innovative technology, as their history in new systems indicates.  This luxury brand features a large array of enhanced convenience and safety features, and have recently announced new systems to be including in the 2014 upcoming models.

New Mercedes-Benz in Tacoma will now feature a wrong-way warning systems on the S-Class and E-Class models.  After the 2014 models of these lines are equipped with the new systems, the rest of the Mercedes-Benz model lines will also feature it, as well as other innovative systems.  Though these time frames are set for Europe, we can also expect them in the U.S.


Now that vehicles are equipped with cameras, GPS and other exterior sensory technology, this new wrong-way warning system will be able to recognize “no-entry” signs, warning the driver they are about to drive onto a road or through an area the wrong way.

For more information about Mercedes vehicles, or to take a look at one, contact Larson Mercedes.

7 Feb 2013