An annual review of Mercedes cars cannot be complete without acknowledging all-new models by the AMG subbrand. In 2021 they are so numerous that we deemed it necessary to release a separate video dedicated to the performance beasts with star badges. Handcrafted engines, EQ boost hybridization, 4Matic all-wheel drive and refreshed menacing AMG grilles, this is the Mercedes AMG recipe for the domination within the luxury sports cars segment during unfolding model year.
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If you are a fan of Mercedes, BMW or any other international car maker, check out the reast of our series on their 2021 models here:
#1 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series
Black Series is a rare moniker that was introduced in 2006 and since then has been granted only to a handful of performance models. The last Mercedes to be inducted in this performance hall of fame will is the AMG GT Black Series.
#2 2021 Mercedes AMG E53 Coupe & Cabrio
The entire E-Class family was refined in 2020, and the entry-level AMG model is not an exception. Offered in coupe and convertible body styles, the E53 gets updated exterior, new infotainment and EQ Boost starter-generator.
#3 2021 Mercedes AMG One
Under development since the reveal of the Project One concept in 2017, this road-ready hypercar will be finally starting production and customer deliveries in 2021. Limited to 275 units, the ultra-exclusive Mercedes uses the latest tech from Formula 1, including the adapted drivetrain setup.
#4 2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 S Sedan & Wagon
Teased last summer, the S flagship version of the Mercedes AMG E63 wagon and sedan go on sale in 2021 with a refreshed front fascia, sharper LED headlights, and an updated AMG-specific grille featuring twelve vertical slats.
#5 2021 Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 4MATIC+ Coupé and 63 S SUV
The new GLE flagship, Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 4MATIC+, can be had in classic SUV or more graceful Coupe SUV body styles, and it rides on 21-inch AMG twin 5-spoke wheels.
#6 2021 Mercedes-AMG GLA 35 & GLA 45
Represented by 35 and 45 models in the US, plus the 45 S flagship in Europe, the smallest crossover from Mercedes AMG arrives powered by two 2-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged engines making 302, 382 and 416 ponies respectively.
#7 2021 Mercedes-Benz AMG G63 Carlex Yachting Edition
The Polish design studio Carlex Design is no stranger to modifying Mercedes cars, from the AMG GT to the Sprinter van, so the latest Yachting Edition of the fan-favorite G-Wagen does not come a complete shock.
#8 2021 Mercedes SL Roadster
In summer 2021, Mercedes teased the public with a few photos of the heavily camouflaged next-gen SL Roadster, and even though they have not revealed a ton of details, it is clear that the car becomes smaller and sportier than before.