► Mercedes Ener-G-Force Concept - OFFICIAL TRAILER
Of course the concept of the Ener-G-Force for the Los Angeles Design
Challenge is pure, rendered science fiction. However, the notion of
designing tomorrow's off-roader fascinated the designers at the
Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design Studio in Carlsbad, California to such an
extent that they evolved the vision of a police version into a civilian
version and even built a 1:1-scale model. Like the "Highway Patrol Vehicle
2025", the shape of the civilian Ener-G-Force is modelled after the
G-Class, the off-road icon whose continuous history goes all the way back
to the 1970s and that to this very day still tackles the future as a
stylistically and technologically advanced SUV.
Like the police version, the model of the civilian Ener-G-Force is
unmistakably inspired by the G-Class, which has long been considered an
automotive icon. However, it presents a radical reinterpretation of this
classic that looks far into the future. Important genes such as proportions
and design elements were adopted conceptually and completely redesigned and
updated in a clean concept for beyond tomorrow. Ener-G-Force Designer
Hubert Lee: "Of course we wanted to take a clear step forward, but we also
wanted the G's characteristic features". The Ener-G-Force has a similar
profile, however with a high shoulder line and scaled-down glass areas.
While the clear design idiom of the G-Class has remained, all surfaces are
designed to express intensity and tension. The meticulously executed
details also are a clear indication that the Ener-G-Force is the product of
modern times. Like the G-Class, the Ener-G-Force sports a front with an
expressive radiator grille that incorporates the headlamps. LEDs in the
headlamps form lamp units in the shape of a G. This gives the Ener-G-Force
a strong, iconic appearance and demonstrates dominance. The front
indicators and position lights are mounted on top of the wings as a
significant G-Class element.
The mounted roof distinctive to the G-Class and the tripartite glass area
also cite the fundamental genes of the classic off-roader from
Mercedes-Benz, but represent a clear step forward. This is also evident in
the large wheels, whose 20-inch rims give the Ener-G-Force a powerful,
towering stance. The Ener-G-Force also plays on the utility factor in an
entirely new way. For instance, the distinctive feature in the rear is a
slightly off-centre pull-out compartment whose cover takes up the
characteristic look of the spare wheel carrier of the classic G-Class. This
pull-out tool box can hold a wide variety of equipment items that
consequently are quickly in reach without having to open the whole
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.
New Mercedes-Benz G65 AMG V12 Biturbo Review/Soundcheck
Ein kleines Testvideo über den neuen G65 AMG V12 Biturbo.
Ein wirklich schönes Auto.
Ein paar Infos:
Mercedes-Benz G65 AMG V12 Biturbo
Zylinder - V12
Hubraum - 5.980
Leistung - 612 P.S.
Beschleunigung 0--100 km/h - 5,3s
Bei weiteren Fragen oder Bilderwünschen einfach anschreiben.
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Brabus's primary focus is to achieve maximum engine performance through the
increase of both horsepower and torque.
Customers can either buy cars straight from Brabus or send in their
Mercedes to be customized and/or overhauled. If a customer orders a car
from Brabus, Brabus buys the particular car from Mercedes and then modifies
it in-house according to the customer's requests. Brabus is known for
providing very expensive tuning and custom solutions, making an "if you
have to ask the price, you can't afford it" scenario.
Brabus offers cosmetic changes such as low profile spoilers, bodykits,
carbon fiber splitters, and multi-piece alloy wheels. More serious upgrades
include racing LSDs, open racing Exhaust systems, twelve-piston disc brakes, and
engine remapping. However, most customers pay for complete engine overhauls
for which Brabus has become famous. The company typically orders crate
engines from AMG and completely redesigns them.
Brabus engines range from small 200 horsepower (150 kW) K4
blocks for SLK roadsters and CLK-Class to the goliath 800 horsepower (600 kW) twin-turbo blocks for the S-Class. The
company also provides improvements to the interior from custom upholstery,
gauges, shiftknobs, pedals, and trim to various electronics such as wider
LCD screens for the Maybach.
BRABUS G 3.6 (G-class)
BRABUS G55 AMG K8
BRABUS G V12 (G-class)
BRABUS G V12 S (G-class)
BRABUS 800 Widestar (G-class)
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class or G-Wagen (as it was called from 1979 to 1994),
short for Geländewagen (or cross-country vehicle), is a four-wheel drive
vehicle / sport utility vehicle (SUV) produced by Steyr-Puch (now Magna
Steyr) in Austria for German automaker Mercedes-Benz. The G-wagen is
characterized by its boxy styling and body-on-frame construction. It uses
three fully-locking differentials, one of the few vehicles to have such a
In June 2012, the G-Class received some minor modifications to the
specification and engine range. The significant changes outside are that
the updated G-Class gets LED running lights; second, there are turn
indicators in its side mirrors; and third, the AMG gets a new bumper and
grille. The majority of the G-Class's upgrades reside under its hood and
behind its doors: a new interior, more modern amenities. Interior changes
include a re-sculpted dashboard and centre console, with relocated COMAND
screen, and a new colour multifunction screen to the gauge cluster. The
latest mbrace2 telematics system also is on board and now come standard
with Distronic adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, and updated
Parktronic backup sensors and rearview camera, together with a revised the
stability control to enable trailer stabilizing functionality.
200 GE — M102E20 1,997 cc I4, 109 PS (80 kW) (only sold in Italy) -
later rebadged G 200
230 GE — M102E23 2,299 cc I4, 125 PS (92 kW), 140 lb·ft (192
N·m/4000 rpm)- later rebadged G 230
300 GE — M103 3.0 L I6 - later rebadged G 300, 168 hp (125 kW) at
5,000 rpm, 173 lb·ft (235 N·m/4500 rpm)
250 GD — OM602 2.5 L Diesel I5, 94 hp (69 kW), 116 lb·ft (158
300 GD — OM603 3.0 L Diesel I6 - later rebadged G 300 Diesel, 111 hp
(83 kW/4600 rpm), 141 lb·ft (191 N·m/2700--2900 rpm)
350 GD turbodiesel — OM603D35A 3.5
L Diesel I6 (turbocharged), 136 hp (100
kW), 244 lb·ft (330 N·m)- later rebadged G 350 turbodiesel
500 GE — M117 5.0 L V8, 236 hp (174 kW)
500 GE 6.0 AMG — M117E60 6.0 L V8, 331 hp (243 kW)
G 320 — M104 3.2 L I6, 217 hp (161 kW), 229 lb·ft (310 N·m)
G 36 AMG — M104E36 3.6 L I6, 272 hp (200 kW)
G 500 — M113E50 5.0 L V8, 296 hp (218 kW), 336 lb·ft (456 Nm)
G 55 AMG (1998--2004) — 32V 5.5 L V8, 382 hp (285 kW)
G 55 AMG (2005--2012) — M113E55 5.4 L 5439 cc V8 supercharged, 507 hp
(373 kW), 514 lb·ft (700 N·m)
G 63 AMG — V12 N/A, 444 hp (326 kW), (620 N·m/4400 rpm) (only 12
Availability varies depending on export market
G 300 Professional (2009--present) — 3.0 L 2987 cc V6 diesel, (135
kW), (400 N·m)
G 350 Bluetec (2009--present) — 3.0 L 2987 cc V6 diesel, 211 hp (155
kW), (540 N·m)
G 500 or G 550 (2009--present) — M273E55 5.5 L 5461 ccV8, 382 hp (284
kW), 391 lb·ft (530 N·m)
G 63 AMG (2012--present) — M157 5.5 L 5461 cc V8 twin-turbo, 544 hp (400 kW), (760 N·m)
G 65 AMG (2012--present) — M275 6.0 L 5980 cc V12 twin-turbo, 603 hp (450 kW), (1000 N·m)