The pure adrenalin and endless fun that presenter Patrice Bouédibéla experienced on his first ride in the SLS AMG, he will never forget. Not only, because Bernd Schneider, the five time DTM champion is at the wheel of the new Mercedes-Benz super sports car. But above all, because the gull wing is absolutely uncompromisingly in its performance!
Toyota Auris HSD Full Hybrid Concept
Toyota is rolling their spin machine on the new Toyota Auris HSD Full
Hybrid Concept. The study will have its moment in the spotlight at the
Frankfurt Motor Show later this month, before hitting the salesroom floors
Even though the car can be driven either on petrol alone, or just electric,
it can also run on a combination of the two. Unfortunately, the engine's
power figures do leave quite a bit to be desired. Although it uses a
reasonably sized engine, featuring a 1.8-liter displacement, it only
manages to put out 97 horsepower. This leads to a
0-100 km/h time of "around 10 seconds," which means that the car probably
hits 100 in 10 to 10.5 seconds under lab conditions, and maybe a second
slower in the real world.
Mercedes SLS AMG - Performance in Detail
The SLS AMG in the numbers check. Racier, faster, lighter - the super sports car shows
what its made of with its power ratings, which speak for themselves. A long
tested technology package, a sleek design and radical driving dynamics
underline the thoroughbred racing background of the SLS AMG. We reveal to
you the performance in the detail.
Hamilton in Mercedes S400 Hybrid with Niki Lauda
Lewis Hamilton got a ride in the Mercedes-Benz S400 Hybrid with Niki Lauda
through the streets of Valencia. In the private dialogue of world
champions, the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes driver delivers insights into his
current situation, extrem pressure, many sleepless nights, joy of being
back up front again, and different possibilities of application of the
Hybrid-Technology of the Mercedes-Benz Hybrid-Technology.
Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 walkaround
Automobile fascination paired with spectacular race car design - that is
the new Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3. The racing version of the SLS AMG has
been conceived as a customer sport vehicle for participation in race series
based on FIA GT3 regulations. Meticulous lightweight construction and
optimized chassis, brakes and aerodynamics deliver uncompromising dynamics.
The extra special SLS AMG will make its race track debut in 2011.
The clean design and breathtaking form of the SLS AMG have been effectively
accentuated by targeted modifications to the bodyshell. The new components,
made largely from lightweight carbon fiber offer a clear indication of
extraordinary race track performance and extensive aerodynamic development