2013 Range Rover ► DEMO
The fourth generation of the iconic Range Rover line, the new model has
been revealed to the world via a dramatic event held at The Royal Ballet
School in Richmond, London.
The All-New Range Rover is the ultimate luxury SUV, following the
innovative spirit of the original design from over 40 years ago.
The world's first SUV with a lightweight all-aluminium body, the new Range
Rover takes the capabilities of the marque's flagship to a new level, with
even greater luxury and refinement, enhanced performance and handling on
all terrains, and significant advances in sustainability.
Range Rovers are renowned for providing occupants a sensation of serene
isolation from the hectic world outside, and the new model has been
engineered to meet the highest luxury car standards for refinement.
Meticulous attention to detail throughout the development process has
eliminated all unwanted sounds and traces of harshness, and measures like
the rigorously optimised body structure, acoustic lamination of the
windscreen and side door glass, and new dual-isolated engine mounts have
led to a significant reduction in noise levels.
The new chassis architecture is combined with completely re-engineered
four-corner air suspension, and together they have enabled engineers to
achieve even more luxurious ride comfort and refinement, in addition to
transformed on-road handling, with more confident and agile cornering.
With its highly acclaimed line-up of torque-rich engines, the new Range
Rover delivers swift and effortless performance. Customers have a choice
of two petrol (5.0-litre 375 PS LR-V8 and 510PS LR-V8 Supercharged) and two
diesel (3.0-litre 258PS TDV6 and 4.4-litre 339PS SDV8) engines, all of
which are now paired with a smooth and responsive eight-speed automatic
True to the Range Rover DNA, the new model features the unique Command
Driving Position, placing the driver in an elevated, upright seating
position - typically over 90mm higher than other premium SUVs - to provide
a supreme sense of confidence and control.
The all-new Range Rover has been engineered from the ground up to be the
most refined, most capable Range Rover ever. With the adoption of the
latest body and chassis technologies, the vehicle's all-terrain performance
has moved on to another level, both in the breadth and accessibility of its
off-road capability, and its on-road handling and refinement.
Amongst the industry-leading innovations is a ground-breaking
next-generation version of Land Rover's Terrain Response® system, which
analyses the current driving conditions and automatically select the most
suitable vehicle settings.
An all-new state-of-the-art lightweight suspension architecture delivers
class-leading wheel travel, providing exceptional wheel articulation and
composure to deal with the toughest conditions.
Outstanding traction and dynamic stability is provided by the proven Range
Rover full-time intelligent 4WD system, with a two-speed transfer box,
working in parallel with the sophisticated electronic traction control
The new Range Rover's unmatched breadth of capability is also reflected in
its tremendously strong structure with enhanced body geometry for
all-terrain conditions, wading depth which has improved by 200mm to 900mm,
and its position as the best towing vehicle in its class with a 3,500kg
To ensure exceptional durability and reliability, the new Range Rover has
been subjected to Land Rover's punishing on- and off-road test and
development regime, with a fleet of development vehicles covering countless
thousands of miles over 18 months of arduous tests in over 20 countries
with extremes of climate and road surfaces.
CRASHES 2013 Volvo FH
The driver of a new Volvo FH would emerge from an 80 km/h collision without
any serious injuries. And if the truck rolled over, there is an emergency
exit at hand. But not only the driver's safety has improved.
Thousands of simulated collision tests and about 100 real crash tests have
allowed Volvo Trucks' engineers to develop a safer truck cab. For instance,
high-strength materials such as dual-phase steel have been used in
collision-absorbing beams and in the doors. The cab too uses the strongest
steel available today for body panelling -- ultra-high-strength, thermoset,
press-moulded boron steel.
NEW 2014 Volvo S60, S80, V60, V70, XC60 and XC70
The fuel consumption of the 115 hp, four-cylinder D2 diesel in the new
Volvo S80 with a manual gearbox is now down to a class-leading 4.1 l/100 km
(EU Combined, preliminary figures), which translates into CO2 emissions of
108 g/km - unthinkable in a car of this size only a few years ago. The
corresponding figures with the automatic gearbox are 4.1 l/100km and 109
g/km (preliminary figures). To emphasise the scale of the engineers'
achievement, this is the same CO2 emission level for Volvo's largest saloon
as for the company's smallest car, the C30 DRIVe, only three years ago.
The new Volvo V70 D2 has class-leading fuel consumption at 4.2 l/100 km
(111 g/km) with the manual and 4.3 l/100 km (112 g/km) with the automatic
gearbox (preliminary figures).
The automatic D3 (136 hp) and D4 (163 hp) versions of the Volvo S80 now
have CO2 emissions of 129 g (4.9 l/100 km). The corresponding figures for
the V70 D3 and D4 are 130 g (4.9 l/100 km).
In the new Volvo XC70, both the D5 (215 hp) and the D4 (163 hp) versions
with manual gearbox and All Wheel Drive come with fuel consumption at 5.3
l/100km (139 g/km).
The S80 with the 1.6-litre GTDi (Gasoline turbocharged Direct Injection) engine T4 (180 hp)
and automatic gearbox has fuel a consumption of 7.1 l/100km (165 g/km). The
corresponding figure for the V70 T4 is 7.2 l/100 km (168 g/km).
The automatic D3 (136 hp) and D4 (163 hp) versions of the new Volvo S60 and
V60 now come with CO2 emissions of 129 g/km (4.9 l/100 km).
The new Volvo XC60 has also been improved, with both the D5 (215 hp) and
the D4 (163 hp) versions with a manual gearbox and All Wheel Drive,
delivering a combined fuel consumption of 5.3 l/100 km (139 g/km).
Mercedes G-Klasse - Offroad Sonderanfertigung "Bull" Jagd-Fahrzeug
Wer glaubt, dass ein Mercedes G-Modell schon extravagant wäre, der wird
jetzt eines besseren belehrt. Die Jungs von ORC haben aus einem Mercedes
G-Model ein echtes Survival-Fahrzeug der Extraklasse gebaut. Dieses
Jagd-Fahrzeug für 300.000,- Euro ist eine absolute Einzelanfertigung für
einen russischen Oligarchen. Satellitentelefon, Suchscheinwerfer und fettem
V8 Motor inklusive.
Isuzu D-Max All New: designed for the whole world
Fatti un viaggio nel nuovo Isuzu D-Max: interni ed esterni, potenza ed
eleganza, performance e sicurezza per ogni stile di vita, in ogni contesto,
in ogni luogo.
Isuzu D-Max All New: the pick-up for the whole world.
2013 Range Rover vs. 2013 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG! - Head 2 Head Episode 32
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Motor Trend's Jonny Lieberman pits the 2013
Range Rover against the 2013 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG. Several technical &
challenging obstacles await as these two SUVs navigate a purpose-built off
road course. Did we mention that the course also happens to be the testing
grounds for Motor Trend's SUV of the Year? Old school meets new school as
tried & true German engineering squares off against cutting edge British
Of course, no comparison between these two status symbols would be complete
without a visit to their natural habitat... the mean streets of Beverly
Hills, CA. While both of these contenders will get you through the dirt in
style, which of these two uber-luxury six figure SUVs is most befitting of
high society? Join us as we find out.
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Porsche Cayenne vs. Mercedes G-Modell
Kann der sportlich ausgelegte Porsche Cayenne gegen das Offroad-Urviech
Mercedes G-Modell im Gelände mithalten? Motorvision vergleicht die zwei
Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force Concept crushes the stand at the 2012 LA Auto Show
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The brand new Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force Concept
SUV looks like it could eat rocks for breakfast but in fact the beast
conceptually use a"hydro-tech converter" to convert water into hydrogen for
very green fuel cell power. Perhaps a better way to look at this crazy
earth roaming monster is as a concept that might in the year 2025 replace
the current G wagon. The Ener-G-Force is packed with new technology or at
least the ideas of new technology. Check out this exclusive TFLcar video to
learn more about this monster MB concept.
2014 Mercedes S-Class - assistance systems animation
Mercedes has officially unveiled the 2014 S-Class at the Airbus A380
delivery center in Hamburg, Germany.
Designed to become one of the most luxurious and advanced vehicles ever
constructed, the 2014 S-Class has an evolutionary design that incorporates
a sportier front fascia, a larger grille and a gentle slanting rear end.
The sleek styling enables the model to have drag coefficient of 0.24 which
is pretty impressive considering the pint-sized CLA has a drag coefficient
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The Mercedes-Benz G-Class or G-Wagen (as it was called from 1979 to 1994),
short for Geländewagen (or cross-country vehicle), is a four-wheel drive
vehicle / sport utility vehicle (SUV) produced by Steyr-Puch (now Magna
Steyr) in Austria for German automaker Mercedes-Benz. The G-wagen is
characterized by its boxy styling and body-on-frame construction. It uses
three fully-locking differentials, one of the few vehicles to have such a
feature. Despite the introduction of an intended replacement, the unibody
crossover SUV Mercedes-Benz GL-Class in 2006, the G-Class is still in
production and is the longest produced Mercedes-Benz in Daimler's history,
with a span of 32 years.
The G-class was developed as a military vehicle from a suggestion by the
Shah of Iran (at the time a great shareholder) to Mercedes and offered
as a civilian version in 1979. The G-class replaced the cheaper Volkswagen
Iltis in 1990. In this role it is sometimes referred to as the "Wolf" and
LAPV Enok. The G-Class has been sold under the Puch name in certain
markets, and the Peugeot P4 is a variant made under license, with a Peugeot
engine and different parts.
In June 2012, the G-Class received some minor modifications to the
specification and engine range. The significant changes outside are that
the updated G-Class gets LED running lights; second, there are turn
indicators in its side mirrors; and third, the AMG gets a new bumper and
grille. The majority of the G-Class's upgrades reside under its hood and
behind its doors: a new interior, more modern amenities. Interior changes
include a re-sculpted dashboard and centre console, with relocated COMAND
screen, and a new colour multifunction screen to the gauge cluster. The
latest mbrace2 telematics system also is on board and now come standard
with Distronic adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, and updated
Parktronic backup sensors and rearview camera, together with a revised the
stability control to enable trailer stabilizing functionality.
The previous G55's supercharged 5.4-liter V-8 is replaced by a twin-turbocharged 5.5-liter V-8. Power is up by 44 hp
to 544, and torque is an equal 44 units, to 560 lb-ft. Like other AMG
Mercedes-Benz models with the new downsized V-8, the G63's "63"
nomenclature bears no connection to its actual engine displacement. The G63
also gets a new "Eco" engine stop-start system. Mercedes also fitted a
seven-speed automatic transmission in place of the G55's five-speed. For
many export markets, Mercedes-Benz introduced a new G65 AMG powered by a
twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter V-12. The
engine puts out 604 hp and gives a huge 738 lb-ft of torque.
200 GE — M102E20 1,997 cc I4, 109 PS (80 kW) (only sold in Italy) -
later rebadged G 200
230 GE — M102E23 2,299 cc I4, 125 PS (92 kW), 140 lb·ft (192
N·m/4000 rpm)- later rebadged G 230
300 GE — M103 3.0 L I6 - later rebadged G 300, 168 hp (125 kW) at
5,000 rpm, 173 lb·ft (235 N·m/4500 rpm)
250 GD — OM602 2.5 L Diesel I5, 94 hp (69 kW), 116 lb·ft (158
300 GD — OM603 3.0 L Diesel I6 - later rebadged G 300 Diesel, 111 hp
(83 kW/4600 rpm), 141 lb·ft (191 N·m/2700--2900 rpm)
350 GD turbodiesel — OM603D35A 3.5
L Diesel I6 (turbocharged), 136 hp (100
kW), 244 lb·ft (330 N·m)- later rebadged G 350 turbodiesel
500 GE — M117 5.0 L V8, 236 hp (174 kW)
500 GE 6.0 AMG — M117E60 6.0 L V8, 331 hp (243 kW)
G 320 — M104 3.2 L I6, 217 hp (161 kW), 229 lb·ft (310 N·m)
G 36 AMG — M104E36 3.6 L I6, 272 hp (200 kW)
G 500 — M113E50 5.0 L V8, 296 hp (218 kW), 336 lb·ft (456 Nm)
G 55 AMG (1998--2004) — 32V 5.5 L V8, 382 hp (285 kW)
G 55 AMG (2005--2012) — M113E55 5.4 L 5439 cc V8 supercharged, 507 hp
(373 kW), 514 lb·ft (700 N·m)
G 63 AMG — V12 N/A, 444 hp (326 kW), (620 N·m/4400 rpm) (only 12
Availability varies depending on export market
G 300 Professional (2009--present) — 3.0 L 2987 cc V6 diesel, (135
kW), (400 N·m)
G 350 Bluetec (2009--present) — 3.0 L 2987 cc V6 diesel, 211 hp (155
kW), (540 N·m)
G 500 or G 550 (2009--present) — M273E55 5.5 L 5461 ccV8, 382 hp (284
kW), 391 lb·ft (530 N·m)
G 63 AMG (2012--present) — M157 5.5 L 5461 cc V8 twin-turbo, 544 hp (400 kW), (760 N·m)
G 65 AMG (2012--present) — M275 6.0 L 5980 cc V12 twin-turbo, 603 hp (450 kW), (1000 N·m)
2014 Mercedes G63 AMG 6x6
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