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What does it say about an automotive manufacturer that commissions a DJ to commission an avant garde art party at Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art with which to unveil its newest concept?
The 2012 Mercedes-Benz M-Class premium midsize SUV keeps the chunky, squarish styling that, while completely contemporary, harkens back to the 1980s Mercedes-Benzes that were said to be built to a standard instead of a price point.
If you can’t hear it, there’s an angry snarl and a bunch of incomprehensible German swearing coming from BMW’s U.S.