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Super Wagon Drag Race! Cadillac CTS-V vs Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG - Head 2 Head Episode 4
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BMW & Benz Rev Up @ the Track - BMW 750Li and Mercedes S550
BMW VS. MERCEDES TRACK SMACK @ INSIDELINE.COM:
These are the big guns from BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Well, not the biggest
guns, but with prices near or above the $100,000 range, they're big enough.
The BMW 750Li is all-new for 2009 and looking better than ever. Its 400-horsepower twin-turbo V8 makes it the closest thing to a
"Motorsport" 7 Series we have ever seen. The Mercedes-Benz S550 is getting
a face-lift next year, but the current model has held up well. And with a
of its own, it doesn't give up much to the new BMW.
One look at the track numbers and you'll be amazed what these 2.25-ton
sedans can do. From 13-second quarter-mile sprints to 110-foot stops from
60 mph, these two sedans are perfect examples of what can be accomplished
when money is no object. Full details after the jump.
Mercedes G63 AMG 6x6 - GRIP - Folge 262 - RTL2
Der Mercedes G63 AMG 6x6. Sechs angetriebene Räder, V8 turbo mit 544 PS und über vier Tonnen Gewicht,
beschleunigt in unter acht Sekunden auf Tempo 100. GRIP-Moderator Det
Müller testet in der Wüste Dubais den teuersten, schwersten und größten
Geländewagen, den Mercedes je gebaut hat.
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2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class S600 - Exterior and Interior Walkaround - Debut at 2014 Detroit Auto Show
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2014 BMW 7 Series VS Mercedes S63 AMG
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2014 BMW 7 Series VS Mercedes S63 AMG
BMW 7 Series VS Mercedes S63 AMG
BMW 7 series Review
You are looking at the fifth-generation BMW 7-series, and if you're
surprised by how similar to the previous model it appears then you are
quite clearly not alone.
So close in feel visually is the new Seven to its predecessor -- the first
BMW to boast Chris Bangle's controversial flame-surface styling, remember
-- you could easily mistake it for a mid-life revamp model.
In reality, of course, it's a brand new car featuring a brand new platform
and an entirely new bodyshell, which just happens to look remarkably like
the one before. A very broad range spreads from the cheapest 730d SE, which
carries a mid-£50k price tag right up to the 760Li M Sport (an unlikely
combination of attributes) that costs almost double the entry-level car.
The 7-series started life, as so many of BMW's headline models did, in the
mid-1980s. And although it has gained weight, size and technical
sophistication across the four different models that have followed, the
fundamental template has remained virtually unchanged.
Just as the very first versions were, the latest car is rear-wheel drive
and features a range of straight-six engines, the vast majority of which
were petrol to begin with but have now been superseded by turbodiesel units. In the second-generation car a
V12 option was added. A series of V8s have since joined the mix and there
have been numerous long-wheelbase models as well.
Mercedes Benz's performance division, AMG, has had a bit of a tinker with
its S-class flagship. The changes are mainly cosmetic, with a redesigned,
more aggressively beaked grille, LED daytime driving lights unique to AMG,
tail-light LEDs arranged in a double C pattern and a body-coloured rear
diffuser. There are also gorgeous new 19-inch multi-spoke wheels, but
overall, the big S retains a fairly subtle profile.
Slightly less subtle is the monster performance on offer. The S 63 retains
the previous version's 6.2-litre V8, which gives the two-tonne Merc the
necessary poke to reach 62mph in just 4.6 seconds.
Compared to its more refined, genteel S 65 V12 sibling, the S 63 is the
swaggering hoodie of the family. AMG boss Volker Mornhinweg describes it as
"more sporty, more raw, more loud." Well, that's a pretty eloquent
description: get hard on the throttle and that V8 transmogrifies a fairly
subdued low-speed woofle into a hard-edged, hammering wail as the needle
swings to the 7200rpm rev limit. Shifting through that ultra smooth (and
quick) seven-speed automatic with the requisite flappy paddles, the S 63's
straightline performance remains titanic.
Which brings us neatly to the new S63's most significant dynamic upgrade.
Asking a two-tonne lump of steel to go around a corner with anything
approaching poise and agility is inevitably a losing battle with physics.
However, AMG has invested the S 63 with the amusingly named Torque
Vectoring Brake. This brakes the appropriate inner rear wheel during
cornering to help the car turn in with more conviction. But while the big S
does corner with a reassuring degree of plantedness and security, there's
always that point when you think 'ah yes. Two tonnes.'
Other fresh mechanical tweaks include a crosswind stabilisation function
based on the car's Active Body Control -- sorry, couldn't find a crosswind
to test this one -- and a variable ratio steering set up, which felt very
natural with first-rate feedback.