Mercedes-Benz CL 63 AMG 2001 Rare Cool Sedan

Mercedes-Benz CL 63 AMG 2001 Rare Cool Sedan – The second generation of the Mercedes-Benz CL-Class is a C215-chassis coupe from 2000 to 2006. It is based on the 1999-2006 Mercedes-Benz S-Class (W220), though it was riding on an 8-inch (203 mm) short wheelbase. The exterior design of the C215 and the active suspension were previewed by the Mercedes-Benz F200 concept in 1996. The CL is offered with powered CL 500, V8 supported naturally aspirated CL 55 AMG, supercharged V8-powered CL 55 AMG, V12-powered CL 600, limited edition V12-powered CL 63 AMG, and bi-turbo V12-lighted CL 600 bi- turbo and CL 65 AMG. All four seated models. The Mercedes-Benz CL 63 AMG (C215) 2001 is equipped with the latest Mercedes-Benz technology, and along with the CL S-Class coupe sedan accepts new technology features. With Distronic is the world’s first radar-driven automatic cruise control system. This is the first car in the world with High-beam and High beam discharge (Bi-Xenon) floodlights. Mercedes-Benz CL 63 AMG (C215) 2001 with Active Body Control using four hydraulic pressure rigs using three pressure regulators connected to combination power steering and suspension pumps, pushing fluids at 2,960 psi (20,400 kPa) pressure through a system that, together with some medium-sized computers and a master CPU, keeping this car completely flat around the corner. Class-CL has a long list of features that are available specifically. The following features are standard: climate control, ABC ……

Mercedes-Benz 170H Convertible Sedan 1936 Rear Machine Design

Mercedes-Benz 170H Convertible Sedan 1936 Rear Machine Design – In February 1936 the Mercedes-Benz 170H (W28) debuted at the International Car and Motor Show in Berlin, along with a 170V (W 136) model built in parallel. This time the Mercedes-Benz 170H Convertible Sedan 1936 where the “H” for “Heckmotor” or rear engine is used officially in the model designation, identification is now required to distinguish the rear-engined car from the 170V with identical displacement and front-mounted engine. Like its predecessor, the Mercedes-Benz 170H Convertible 1936 Two-door Sedan comes as both a Saloon and a Convertible Saloon. Open touring cars are not available. The four-cylinder engine of the Mercedes-Benz 170H Convertible Sedan model of 1936 developed an output of 28kW at 3,400/min giving the car a top speed of 110 km/h. In addition to the body design, the significant factors here are the reduced vehicle weight generated from solid drive blocks and redundant props, combined with reduced power transmission losses. Another technological concept of a tubular backbone chassis with branched rear frames to accommodate the rear engine is essentially identical to the previous model. The underlying tendency to oversteer comes as before, the Mercedes-Benz 170H Convertible Sedan 1936 in its avant-garde body, engine mounted on the back also offers improved performance and reduced engine noise. The Mercedes-Benz 170H Convertible Sedan 1936 has a much more pleasing body shape, though in this case the Mercedes star is ……

Mercedes-Benz 770 Cabriolet F 1930 Legendary Design

Mercedes-Benz 770 Cabriolet F 1930 Legendary Design – Mercedes-Benz 770 Cabriolet F 1930 also known as the Großer Mercedes (German for “large Mercedes”), was a large luxury car built by Mercedes-Benz from 1930 to 1943. It is probably best known from archival footage of high-ranking Nazi officials before and during World War II, including Adolf Hitler, Hermann Göring, Heinrich Himmler and Reinhard Heydrich. Mercedes-Benz 770 Cabriolet F was introduced in 1930 as the successor of the Mercedes-Benz Typ 630, with the internal code W07. These high-priced cars were mainly used by governments as state vehicles. Reich President Paul von Hindenburg, Emperor Hirohito and Pope Pius XI were among the customers, and Adolf Hitler used a 770 from 1931 onwards. 117 W07-series cars were built until 1938. The W07 version of the Mercedes-Benz 770 Cabriolet F 1930 with legendary design was powered by an inline eight-cylinder engine of 7,655 cc (467.1 cu in) capacity with an overhead camshaft and aluminium pistons. This engine produced 150 brake horsepower (110 kW) at 2800 rpm without supercharging. An optional Roots type supercharger, which was engaged at full throttle, would raise the output to 200 brake horsepower (150 kW) at 2800 rpm, which could propel the car to 160 km/h (99 mph). The transmission had four forward ratios, of which third was direct and fourth was an overdrive. Mercedes-Benz 770 Cabriolet F 1930 had a contemporary boxed chassis suspended by ……