Experts at the World Health Organization aren't mincing words: the exhaust from diesel engines can cause lung cancer, and it's worse than secondhand smoke.
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Mercedes-Benz plans to expand its lineup with a series of new vehicles, ranging from a 911-fighter to more compact vehicles.
As media and press from around the world fly back home, the Geneva Auto Show has just opened to the public.
Amid a fury of speculation whether Mercedes will actually deliver a mainstream gas-powered B-class to the United States this year, it has released photos of the newly refined interior.