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http://www.facebook.com/AllTheSuperAndSportiveCars?ref=stream 5 cylinders and turbo Diesel engine for this old and classic mercedes: 2497 cm³ and 90 Hp. engine code OM602. now a bit of history. In November 1984, in Seville, the home of Stuttgart presented to the press the new "Mercedes middle class" (Mittlere-Class Mercedes in German) 200 D - 300 E, a four-door notchback sedan identified by the initials of production W124. It was the intermediate model Mercedes-Benz, including the smaller 190 and the flagship S-Class, and was the successor of the W123, which in the early eighties began to feel the weight of age, below the 'a technical and stylistic below that of sales, which is maintained at a good level thanks to the comfort, reliability and the wide range of engine and bodywork. The result of seven years of development led by Bruno Sacco, Joseph Gallitzendörfer and Peter Pfeiffer, the W124 summarizing the experience gained by Mercedes-Benz in previous years with the S-Class W126 1979, the prototype Auto 2000 in 1981 and 190 in 1982. A key role in the design was covered the extensive use of computers, particularly in the field of safety and aerodynamics. Even in the car, there was a wide application of microprocessors to control various functions, aimed mainly at improving the active and passive safety, as well as fuel consumption and emissions of polluting gases. The project for the construction of the new car was then launched in the second half of the seventies. In the drawings of development released by Mercedes-Benz is known for the progressive introduction of stylistic elements that characterize then the finishing line. The first show a clear focus on streamlined appearance, with both proposals classic notchback, with both solutions in two volumes, less traditional for Mercedes, but seen in those years as an element of modernity, also associated with aerodynamics. The achievements of this kind by Citroën, Lancia and Rover (respectively CX, Gamma and SD1) were in fact considered the most innovative in the saloon segment above. Though rejected for the final model, the solution to two volumes, however, was formalized in the experimental car Auto 2000, with the large wraparound rear window to act as a door, and from these ideas were then developed a stylistic solutions characterizing the W124 (also mentioned in the 190), that is, the wraparound rear window that lightened the rear pillars and followed the curve of the trunk lid. The pictures of the car almost final were published on the main European newspapers in November 1984. In the same month, as already mentioned, there was the presentation. Sales of the W124 began on December 8, 1984, but already had begun nine months of pre-production series of some versions.




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