If you can only have one car, this might be a good choice.
A new Mercedes-Benz S-Class doesn't come around all that often—the last one popped up in 2005—so when one does show up, it's a big deal. So let's give it up for the all-new 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class—the car of tomorrow, today.
Is a $230,000 S-Class worth the dough? Oh, absolutely.
Story: Will Sabel Courtney
Remember this moment, folks, because the sentence you’re about to read is one you’ll probably never see in a car review again:
You don’t need the S65 AMG, because it’s too powerful for your own good.
Call it automotive mutualism.
This can only end well.
Ask around the automotive engineer community, and you might hear talk that the twelve-cylinder motor is a dead motor walkin' down the green mile. "The [V12] is too big and heavy," McLaren chairman Antony Sheriff recently said. "The V12 engine is a thing of the past. The engine belongs in a museum." Well, nobody seems to have mentioned that to Mercedes-Benz and AMG.
And all we can do is watch.