Kia Forte Koup
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At the 2009 New York Auto Motor Show the Korean car maker Kia presented the
follow-up model to the Kia Forte sedan: the Kia Forte Koup, spelled with a
Currently Kia's first two door coupé or coupe as the Americans like to
pronounce it is only planned for the us market and not for Europe
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Mercedes GLK - The speed test
Thomas Merker, Chief Engineer at Mercedes-Benz, talks about the new GLK:
developing the chassis, high speeds, agility and extreme driving pleasure.
Mercedes GLK Class Extreme Testing
Glowing with genuine character, the long awaited Mercedes-Benz GLK is set
to take the world of compact SUVs by storm. Potential customers can be
guaranteed the new compact SUV has been exposed to some of the most
relentless testing and development processes. From sub-zero temperatures
in Sweden to the burning heat in Africa, the new compact GLK has been put
through its passes in the most demanding of climatic conditions. This
extreme testing and development has allowed Mercedes-Benz engineers to
rectify any potential system faults or weaknesses prior to release.
Automotive Tv goes along for the ride and reveals how Mercedes-Benz
engineers push the boundaries of extreme testing.
2014 Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG 4MATIC Coupe (C217) Start Up, Exhaust, Test Drive, and In Depth Review
We had the chance to drive the all new 2014 Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG 4MATIC
Coupe (C217)for two days in the surroundings of Pisa and Florence in Italy.
Here is our In Depth Review of the newest Mercedes-Benz S-Class creation,
the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S 65 AMG (V222). We enjoyed our test drive with the
2014 Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG 4MATIC Coupe (C217) , we hope you will like our
video review as well. Make sure you don't miss the Start Up and the Exhaust sound.
The new S 63 AMG Coupé is the latest dream car to augment the Mercedes-AMG
model range. Exciting lines underpin this two-door model's design.
Dominance and sensual purity combine to lend the vehicle irresistible
presence and effortlessly superior sportiness. Equally impressive is the
combination of high driving dynamics, ambitious lightweight construction
and groundbreaking efficiency. As the most powerful member of the
BlueDIRECT engine family, the AMG 5.5-litre V8 biturbo engine is a paragon of poise and assurance.
Boasting an output of 430 kW (585 hp) and 900 Nm of torque, the S 63 AMG
Coupé delivers exceptional performance with remarkably low fuel
consumption. Performance-oriented AMG 4MATIC all-wheel drive is available
as an option. And there is a world first in the shape of the curve tilting
function, part of the MAGIC BODY CONTROL suspension system, to further
enhance both driving pleasure and comfort.
Mercedes-Benz S 65 AMG
Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG
Mercedes-Benz S 550 / S 500
As with the transmission, customers also get a choice when it comes to the
AMG sports suspension: the rear-wheel-drive S 63 AMG Coupé is equipped
with MAGIC BODY CONTROL, while the all-wheel-drive version of the two-door
model features the full air-suspension system AIRMATIC with the adaptive
damping system ADS PLUS. Specific front axle kinematics -- including higher
camber, a larger anti-roll bar and a stiffer subframe carrier on the rear
axle -- have been developed exclusively for the S 63 AMG Coupé 4MATIC.
These measures enhance the vehicle's agility when driving dynamically.
2013 Mercedes-Benz GLK350 Facelift [1080p hd]
2013 Mercedes-Benz GLK350 4MATIC
The redesign for 2013 involves nearly 1,000 new parts that include bolder
front and rear bumpers, new headlights and a more graceful front grille.
Inside, the new dash features eyecatching burl walnut trim that now spans
the entire width of the cabin as well as shift controls relocated to the
New Engine, Transmission and Electromechanical Steering
Smaller and lighter than its well-known SUV siblings, the 2013-model GLK is
also equipped with a new direct-injection 3.5-liter V6 engine with 302 horsepower and 273
lb.-ft. of torque, an innovative ECO Start/Stop system, a more
fuel-efficient seven-speed automatic transmission with Direct Select and
electromechanical steering. A fuel-sipping four-cylinder diesel model, the
GLK250 BlueTEC, will arrive early next year.
New Safety Features
A number of innovative Mercedes-Benz safety features are available for the
first time on the GLK, including standard ATTENTION ASSIST and optional
DISTRONIC PLUS with PRE-SAFE Brake, Active Blind Spot Assist and Active
Lane Keeping Assist. The new electrically assisted steering also makes
possible optional Active Parking Assist.
ATTENTION ASSIST Cautions "Time For A Rest?"
Falling asleep at the wheel causes more than 100,000 accidents a year in
the U.S., and the ATTENTION ASSIST system can alert drivers to the first
signs of drowsiness. Now standard equipment on the 2013 GLK, a steering
sensor is coupled to smart software that uses 70 parameters to establish a
unique driver profile during the first 20 minutes of driving.
Between 50 and 112 mph, the system identifies the erratic steering
corrections drivers make as they begin to get drowsy and triggers an
audible warning, and a "Time for a rest?" message with a coffee cup icon
appears in the instrument cluster. ATTENTION ASSIST is a great example of
new technology that doesn't need to be expensive to save lives.
Blind Spot Assist
A new option for the 2013-model GLK, Blind Spot Assist uses dedicated radar
sensors to monitor both blind spots behind the vehicle. Whenever a turn
signal is activated with a vehicle in the blind spot, the driver gets
visual and audible warnings. A separate option, Active Blind Spot Assist
incorporates an intervention feature, in which ESP braking automatically
helps correct the car's course if the driver doesn't heed the initial
Lane Keeping Assist
Another new option, Lane Keeping Assist makes use of a special computer to
analyze images from a multi-purpose camera in the windshield to recognize
lane markings. This system alerts the driver by simulating rumble strip
vibrations in the steering wheel if the car drifts from its lane without
the turn signals on. A separate option, Active Lane Keeping Assist (as well
as Active Blind Spot Assist) incorporates an intervention feature, in which
ESP braking automatically helps correct the car's course if the driver
doesn't heed the initial warning.
Adaptive Highbeam Assist
Also new for 2013, Adaptive Highbeam Assist uses a windshield-mounted
camera to control the vertical tilt of both the low- and high-beam
headlights. The system is engaged by turning the headlight switch to "Auto"
and turning on the high beam setting. Whenever there are no other vehicles
in front, the high beams come on automatically, with the lights increasing
gradually rather than suddenly. Since drivers no longer have to think about
controlling the high beams, Adaptive Highbeam Assist makes it safer and
easier to drive in the dark.