2015 Mercedes CLS 400 and CLS 63 AMG on Test Drive in England
Our review of the new 2015 Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 and CLS 400 Shooting Brake
on test drive in South England (London, Brooklands, Goodwood) end of June
See the all new MULTIBEAM LED headlights in action on our night drive with
the CLS 500 Coupé, explained by one of its developers. Hear the
spectacular V8 Biturbo sound of the 585
horsepower CLS 63
S AMG 4MATIC at "race start" and while cruising through London City on a
Furthermore: interview with the CLS product manager, some tech talks with
fellow petrol head Fabian Mechtel of asphaltfrage.de and some beautiful
sights of South England and of course the all new CLS Shooting Brake
(Interior / Exterior)
Almaty BMW M5 e39
Friends' night trip to Medeo (Almaty, Kazakhstan) in BMW M5 E39. August,
770HP Supercharged Mercedes Weistec C63 AMG Estate - BURNOUT!
This is EPIC! I have filmed a 770+HP Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Estate fitted
with a Weistec Supercharger Stage 3. In
this video you can see some amazing burnouts on the road. No more words
needs to describe this video...just watch it!
Modifications on this Mercedes Weistec C63 AMG Estate:
-Stage 3 3.0 L Twin Screw Compressor
-12 PSI Pulley
-8 Rib Belt Drive
-Weistec Air Filters
-Weistec Oil / Air Seperator
-Weistec Trunk Ice Tank
-Weistec Bullet Proof Transmission
-High Flow Exhaust
-M156 Spark Plugs
-Remove Secondary Air Injection
-ROW Air Box Set
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1998 BMW M5 5.0 V8 Full Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
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Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice
BMW's 1999-on M5 was the car that started the horsepower war in Germany.
Before this super-saloon arrived, 400bhp was a virtually unheard of figure
for a sports-minded executive saloon to be developing. Once BMW had set the
new standard however, a host of imitators appeared with even more power.
But more power doesn't mean more desirable. Many still believe this M5 to
be the pick of like-minded cars in its sector. Here's our guide to finding
yourself the best one possible.
Late last century, performance enthusiasts intent on owning the world's
finest sports saloon had been waiting with bated breath for the men at
BMW's Dingolfing plant to unleash the latest red-hot M-Power version of the
5 Series, and in March 1999, the wait proved well worth it. With 400bhp and
a V8 engine, the M5 rewrote the rules on what defined a premier league
performance saloon. At a few pounds shy of £60,000 it certainly wasn't
cheap, but judged on any objective basis, the M5 was quite simply the best
car there was. Many would argue it still is.
BMW made a number of cosmetic changes for the 2001 model year. Pay
attention and you'd spot body-coloured rubbing strips, round fog lights and
a redesigned front spoiler. The headlights were now of the fashionable
clear lens variety and the indicator lamps became round. To help some of
the M5 magic trickle down through the rest of the range, that model's wider
chrome grille surround were found on all variants. The interior benefited
from a few tweaks as well. A revised range of options were also available,
including a Mini Disc system, a voice-controlled telephone and a larger
There aren't too many surprises with a 5 Series. You know it's going to be
beautifully built, great to drive, understated and well equipped -- and the
BMW M5 is no exception. Once upon a time, for supercar performance, you had
to buy a supercar. A cramped coupe in other words, with hardly enough space
for a change of clothes in the boot. Then along came the M5.
Launched in 1984, this was the first of a new breed of super saloon - the
ultimate 'Q Car'. No stripes or spoilers. In fact nothing to indicate that
this one and three quarter tonne family four-door could out-accelerate (and
arguably out-handle) a Porsche 911. Not surprisingly, the concept caught on
amongst the shy but successful. As sales increased, so did the power on
offer - from 286bhp to 315bhp and 340bhp by the time production stopped in
1995. After that, BMW abandoned the super-saloon market to Mercedes and
Jaguar, hoping that their V8-powered 540i would keep them in with a shout.
Which is why this M5 does the job properly. Under the bonnet lies one of
the most powerful engines ever to be fitted to a production car of any
kind. It's a 32-valve, quad overhead camshaft 5.0-litre V8 crafted from
Alusil - a lightweight aluminium-silicon alloy. The output is an awesome
400bhp - 40% more than the already rapid 540i.
Not that the neighbours would ever suspect. In true M5 tradition, the
current model is discreet to the point of anonymity. A subtle front airdam,
a tiny boot spoiler, gorgeous alloy wheels, clear indicator lenses, quad Exhaust pipes and a small boot badge are
the only giveaways. Inside, it's the same. You could be at the wheel of a
well-specified 530d were it not for the chrome surrounds of the instruments
with their red needles and little touches like the M gearknob which glows
red at night. There's even a tyre pressure monitor.
Prices for the M5 were hit by BMW's decision in late 2000 to cut many of
their prices, the M5 falling from £63,000 down to a bargain £55,000. As
such, early cars can be found for a scarcely credible £15,000 on a 1999 T
plate rising to around £29,900 for a 03-plated model. The M5 proposition
is otherwise refreshingly simple. No special edition models, no go-faster variants, no Touring estate version
and no flim-flam. Insurance is, predictably, Group 20.
Very little goes wrong with the M5. The oil temperature gauge incorporated
into the rev counter reminds users not to thrash the car from cold and most
who buy these cars are knowledgeable types in any case. The black chromed
alloy wheels are hideously prone to kerbing and it's worth taking a good
look at them for damage. When paying this sort of money you should expect
the best and negotiate big discounts for tired interiors or less than
cosmetically perfect bodywork. Avoid aftermarket accessories as these will
dent the resale value and check for crash damage and that it is clear of
2014 Mercedes-Benz S 65 AMG (V222) Start Up, Exhaust, Test Drive, and In Depth Review english
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01:28 face & figures
05:40 Interieur (drivers seat)
10:52 Compartments (drivers seat)
13:02 rear seats
20:11 driving experience
32:03 driving asist systems
Deutsche Version: http://youtu.be/pFVWEBLE1vI
acceleration / Tachovideo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHexpJdDq6k
Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG
Mercedes-Benz S 550 / S 500
We had the chance to drive the all new 2014 Mercedes-Benz S 65 AMG (V222)
for three days in the surrounds of Bielefeld and Dortmund. Here is our In
Depth Review of the strongest Mercedes-Benz S-Class, 2014 Mercedes-Benz S
65 AMG (V222). We enjoyed our test drive with the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S 65
AMG (V222), we hope you will like our video review as well. Make sure you
dont miss the Start Up and the Exhaust
intro about the car
With the introduction of the W140 in 1991 in Geneva, Mercedes introduced a
12 cylinder engine in a S-Class for the first time, reacting to BMW effort
with the 7 series top modell. In 2004 Mercedes introduced the first S65 AMG
(after they already offered a AMG powered V12 in the S55 AMG). Last year I
was able to be part of the world premiere of the new S-Class, now be called
222 series and the debut of the all new S 65 AMG which had its debut at the
LA auto show 2013.
Let me get the facts out of the way first. The S65 AMG has a fine 6 Liter
V12 engine (for those Mercedes freaks - its the M279) that comes with 630
hp. Between 2.300-4.300 rpm it gives you a maximum torque of 1.000 Nm -
equals 738 foot pound of torque. All this power goes right to the rear.
Even though the Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG weights 2250 kg (which equals 4960
pound), it accelarates from 0 to 100 km/h or even from 0 to 60 mph in 4.3
seconds. The topspeed is reached at 250 km/h / 155 mph - unless you spend
some extra bucks on the AMG drivers package - doing that your speed rush
will not end before reaching the 300 km/h, or 186 mph.
Ok, you can close your mouth and dream on. At least in Germany, you need at
least 232.050 Euros or 222.000 U$ to buy a S65 AMG. But then you have a
whole bunch of premium options included that you pay for extra on the
regular s-class for instance the AIR-BALANCE package, the Burmester High
End 3D-Surround Soundsystem with the COMAND Online infotainment-System, the
LED Intelligent Light System, Park-Assist package, MAGIC VISION CONTROL,
SPLITVIEW, the seat package with the massage functions and the panoramic
Mercedes builds an 80 Liter (21 gallons) tank in the S65 AMG and says you
can get a milage of 19.8 mpg (equals 11.9 liters for 100 kilometers). So in
theory at least, you should be able to drive a distance of 600 km / 373
miles without getting gas. Honestly, I even believe it is possible, but
then ... who would buy this car to drive it all slow and carefully instead
of just making the V12 roar. Yeah right, and not disable the ECO-Start
Just to rund up those numbers and figures - the S65 AMG only comes as the
long version called V222 (the short version is the W222) and it is 5.29m
long (17 feet 5 inch), 2.13m wide (7 feet) including the mirrors and its
height is 1.5m (5 feet). It has a turn radius of 12.3m (40 feet 5 inch).
Overall you are allowed to store up to 500 kg (1102 pound) in the car.
2015 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG Review - Fast Lane Daily
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG is one of the fastest and most luxurious
sedans on the market. Our German host Sarah Sauer decided to take one for a
spin and spend a day living in the lap of luxury. The Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG
is powered by a 6.0 liter twin-turbo V12
engine making 621-hp and 732 lb-ft of torque. 0 to 60 mph comes in 4.2
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Mercedes CLS 63 AMG vs. Musclecar - GRIP - Folge 137 - RTL2
Matthias Malmedie testet das Luxuscoupé CLS 63 AMG auf der Rennstrecke in
San Diego. Wird er gegen den Titelverteidiger im 67er Ford Mustang Fastback gewinnen?
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2014 Audi RS5 vs 2014 Mercedes-Benz C63 507 Coupe! - Head 2 Head Ep. 51
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Jonny Lieberman sets out to discover which
German hot-rod-personal-luxury-coupe is the best you can get. The 507 Coupe
is the last iteration of the W204 C63. With the exception of the very
limited-run Black Series, it's the best C63 that AMG has ever done. Under
its hood sits a hand-built, 6.2-liter naturally aspirated V-8 good for 507
more do you want? Perhaps something more high-tech, and that's where the
Audi RS5 comes in. The sexy coupe from Quattro GmbH in Neckarsulm features
a 4.2-liter V-8 that spits out 450 hp. That¹s less power than the 507
Coupe makes, true, but the Audi also features AWD, a dual-clutch
transmission, bigger wheels and tires, plus a trick torque-vectoring rear
differential. Which one is quicker? Which one is more fun to drive? Which
one is best? Watch and find out!
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