Top 5 Luxury Cars 2017
Top 5 Luxury Cars 2017 Click here for: 5 Future Concept Cars YOU MUST SEE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1tBvx4mJnI 5. BMW 7 Series Individual 4. Audi A8 L 3. Jaguar XJ 2. Mercedes-Maybach S600 1. Rolls-Royce Phantom BMW 7 Series Individual The interior features BMW Individual full fine-grain Merino leather in Smoke White/Black, the highest quality leather available for a BMW, including seats with weave-look stitching and hand-woven piping. 2017 Audi A8 L It is a limited (50 units) version of the A8 L W12 with seats upholstered in Cognac-colored leather by Poltrona Frau, inlays made from the wood olive ash natural, light gray-brown veneer, sill trims with "Audi exclusive concept" lettering, deep-pile carpeting. 2017 Jaguar XJ New features include a redesigned front fascia which features a larger grille with a new mesh pattern. The bumper features a new chrome surround in the lower intakes. Flanking the grille are full adaptive LED headlights which also feature automatic high beams. The vehicle also features “Double XJ” DRLs.The rear features LED taillights and oval-shaped Exhaust tips. The body is constructed using aluminum. The model is available in both standard- and long-wheelbase configurations. Trims on the standard-wheelbase include the base XJ R-Sport, mid trims XJ R-Sport AWD and XJ Supercharged and the top XJR trim. 2017 Mercedes-Maybach S600 : The Mercedes-Maybach S600 sails into the 2017 model year with armor plating now added to its long list of features. The Mercedes-Maybach S600 Guard is claimed to be the first car to be certified VR10—the highest level of ballistic protection for civilian vehicles. Rolls-Royce Phantom : The Phantom is the epitome of British motoring, embodying all that has made the marque a legend in the world of automobiles. It’s an icon powered by a 453-hp 6.8-liter V-12 with an eight-speed automatic, it offers a nearly unlimited options list, and flaunts a 0-to-60 time of less than six seconds Please Subscribe :)))))
► Audi's automatic driving in traffic jams
From Audi adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function to traffic sign recognition -- right across its model range, Audi offers a broad assortment of assistance systems that make driving even more relaxed and under control. The assistance systems are closely integrated, providing them with a high degree of intelligence and outstanding capabilities. Adaptive cruise control (ACC) with Stop & Go function acts as the core component of the Audi driver assistance systems. The system regulates the speed and the distance from the vehicle in front over a range of zero to 250 km/h (zero to 155.34 mph). The ACC Stop & Go function employs one or two rear-mounted radar sensors depending on the configuration. The sensors transmit radar waves in order to detect objects up to 250 meters (820.21 ft) ahead of the vehicle. The driver can vary the distance to the vehicle ahead and the control dynamics in multiple levels - from sporty to comfortable. In stop & go traffic the system slows down the car to a standstill. After a brief stop, such as at a traffic light, it automatically drives off and follows the vehicle ahead; after a longer stop, the driver must tap the accelerator pedal or briefly activate the control stalk. Audi adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function interacts closely with other driver assistance systems; it utilizes the data from almost 30 control units to analyze all of the vehicle's surroundings. The system uses this broad knowledge base to recognize complex scenarios and offer anticipatory support to the driver. Because it works in conjunction with the MMI Navigation plus, it knows which route lies ahead and can use this information to control the vehicle's speed. Audi offers a number of versions of adaptive cruise control for different model series -- including without the Stop & Go function. The individual versions differ slightly in their mode of operation due to the different degrees of networking and configurations. ► If you love cars, you should subscribe now to YouCar's channel: http://urlz.fr/lEd Go ahead, it's free! All the Best.
2012 Mercedes Benz M-Class Crash Test
The front end structure, with its high energy-absorption potential, is essentially made up of the firewall and two lines of longitudinal members, anchored at the A-pillars. Two vertical members link the longitudinal members, which further increase deformation resistance. The necessary rigidity and strength of the floor assembly is provided by a robust structure made up of a separate center tunnel plus separate longitudinal members along each side, attached to the side wall. These are supported by cross members anchored to the floor as well as by a connecting member to the B-pillar as support for the front structure. The extremely robust side wall assembly comprises, quite apart from the longitudinal members described above and the side roof frame, A-pillars in a dual-casing design, internally reinforced with high strength steel. In a side collision, the cross member beneath the cowl, the cross member between the longitudinal members underneath the pedal floor, the high-strength-steel cross member beneath the driver's seat and the magnesium-alloy cross member underneath the instrument panel, as well as the front roof frame, ensure the highest possible stability of the occupant cell. The positioning of the fuel tank in front of the rear axle and of the filler neck over the rear axle increases the available deformation distance, maximizing the level of energy absorption in the event of a rear-end collision. This is achieved, above all, through the boxshaped design of the rear longitudinal members. http://www.eurocarnews.com/0/0/1376/0/video-the-third-generation-of-the-mer cedes-benz-m-class-sets-a-new-benchmark-in-the-suv-segment.html