Mercedes-Benz AMG GT R
The innovative AMG GT R is the first model of Mercedes-AMG that possesses such a great number of motorsport technological features. The front-mid-engine principle comprises transaxle, the twin-turbo V-8 engine with a capacity of 585 hp, the considerably redesigned suspension, the innovative aerodynamic characteristics and the smart construction ensuring special driving practice. The innovative front fascia fitted with functional components, the big-sized rear aerofoil and the innovative rear fascia equipped with double diffuser improve aerodynamic performance and contribute to providing favourable grip.
Representing advanced technologies, the AMG GT R was developed considering extensive motor-racing practice in AMG customer sport. The acceleration capability of 3.6 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h and a maximum speed reaching 318 km/h along with the uncommon dynamic features will certainly guarantee excellent results on the racetrack. Perfect racetrack experience is ensured thanks to the smart construction made of aluminium and carbon, special strengthening of the body shell, the modified twin-turbo V-8 engine fitted with the purposely adjusted dual-clutch transmission with seven options of speed and other advanced elements.
Mercedes-Benz E43 AMG 4Matic Estate (2017)
Concurrently with the launch of the innovative E-Class Estate developed by Mercedes-Benz at the world market, Mercedes-AMG is demonstrating the recent model E43 4Matic Estate. The distinguishing running characteristics of the AMG trademark are explicitly expressed in the V6 biturbo engine output of 295 kW with a capacity of 3 litres and four-wheel drive suspension. The stunning design of exterior and car salon with increased sportiness emphasize the auto’s belonging to the AMG lineup, and directly point out such an innovative feature of E43 4Matic Estate as running characteristics peculiar to the trademark.
As well as the E-Class Saloon, the performance of the Estate auto’s six-cylinder engine has been improved by Mercedes-AMG to 295 kW thanks to the two turbochargers of larger size and certain software programs. The maximum torque reaches 520 Newton metres. The speed of torque can be increased from 2500 rotations per minute.
The hardware components set ensures the same characteristics as those of a sports auto: the innovative E43 4Matic offers a speed of 100 km/h from zero speed during 4.7 seconds whereas its maximum speed capability reaches 250 km/h.
Mercedes-Benz E-class Estate (2017)
The estate version of the latest model E-class will be presented at the MercedesCup tennis tournament to be held in Stuttgart: during its debut the sixth-generation model will prove its acceleration capacity and spaciousness. Due to innovative engineering and convincing conception of space the model became the most intelligent estate among all cars manufactured by «Mercedes-Benz».
Concerning the space on offer the Mercedes-Benz E-class Estate remains one of the best in its segment: its cargo volume reaches 1820 litres. Its headroom and elbowroom in the rear are on the top of all other versions in this class. In the end of 2016 the Estate will be complemented by a third, folding bench seat for children.
The new estate will be launched at the market in the E 200 model version equipped with a four-cylinder petrol engine (135 kW/184 hp) as well as the E 220 d (143 kW/194 hp) representing a recently completely developed four-cylinder diesel engine and torque designed with a 350 newton metres length. In the fourth quarter of 2016 the company will present E 200 d with 110 kW (150 hp) engine output along with the E 350 d featuring a six-cylinder diesel engine, and the E 400 4MATIC equipped with a six-cylinder petrol engine generating 245 kW (333hp) and 480 newton metres length torque.
Mercedes-Benz G350d Professional
Mercedes-Benz augments the legendary G‑Class line-up to include a highly purist variant. With a striking exterior and optionally available Professional Off-Road package, the new G350 d Professional is ideally suited to gruelling off-road use and professional applications. Compared with its predecessor, the G350 d Professional offers a new, functional interior and luxurious ride comfort. All the other G-Class models benefit from a technology update for the infotainment, navigation and communications. Additional options for the interior and exterior further enhance the individuality and comfort of the classic cross-country vehicle.
Making its debut as a purpose-built cross-country vehicle for robust off-road use in 1979, the G‑Class has been further developed into the luxurious all-rounder. Ongoing design and technology modifications make the legendary "G" fit for the future while piquing the interest of the worldwide, loyal fan base. The current model line-up ranges from the all-rounder with V6 diesel engine to the range-topping V12 model from Mercedes-AMG.
With the new G350 d Professional the Stuttgart-based automotive manufacturer now once again has a cross-country vehicle in its portfolio which, thanks to its pronounced purist design, stands out from the other G-Class models, making it the ideal companion for challenging off-road use and adventurous, off-the-mainstream expeditions. Like all the other G‑Class models the G350 d Professional also benefits from the sturdy ladder-type frame body, permanent all-wheel drive with off-road ratio and three electrically selectable, 100‑percent differential locks.
Mercedes-Benz E-Class L
At "Auto China 2016" in Beijing, Mercedes-Benz presented the long-wheelbase version of the E-Class, measuring an extra 140 millimetres in length. Passengers in the rear of the saloon, which has been purpose-developed for China, enjoy the benefit of a considerably larger footwell area and seats with a host of comfort functions. The interior of the saloon is a picture of contemporary luxury, which has been stylishly reinterpreted for the Chinese market using high-class materials. Its striking, dynamic design exudes sensual purity and effortless superiority. The standard-fit nine-stage automatic transmission 9G-TRONIC delivers dynamic performance with high ride comfort.
The long-wheelbase version of the new E-Class Saloon built in China for China brings with it the numerous technical innovations of the most intelligent executive saloon, and also offers an even more spacious rear compartment with a first-class character. It exceeds the first E-Class Saloon sold in the world where both the wheelbase (3079 millimetres) and the length (5063 millimetres) are concerned by 140 millimetres. The rear compartment of the five-seater offers its occupants an extra 134 millimetres of legroom. The larger entrance clearance at foot level furthermore facilitates passenger entry and exit.
The long-wheelbase version will be available on the Chinese market with two distinct design characters - as a saloon and as a sports saloon. The saloon bears the classic saloon radiator grille with the Mercedes star on the bonnet. The sports saloon is identifiable by the radiator grille with its central star.
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