Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Mercedes S Class

Mercedes class S Coupe range is completed with a new mechanical option that is positioned, even with good power, as access to the range, nurturing a catalogue in which really missed an option as well. Comes under the name of Mercedes S400 4Matic Coupe and it offers us an output of 367 horsepower.

Needed an option as well in the range of the Mercedes class S Coupe, until now access model was the S500, with 455 horses.
Under the hood of this new Mercedes S400 4Matic Coupe late a propellant gas V6 3 litres of displacement with an output of 367 HP and a torque of 500 Nm available between the 1,800 and 4,500 rpm. This power is delivered to the 4 wheels, counting its transmission with an automatic transmission 7 G-Tronic Plus.

Prestacionalmente registers a good 0 to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds, while their maximum speed is set at 250 km/h. The average consumption of this new version is located in the 8.3 l / 100 km, with a CO2 emissions of 193 g/km.

In Germany, this engine will remain below 100,000 euro, starting from the 99.960 euros. Recall that so far the range consisted of a Mercedes S 500 from 455 horses and variants AMG, with a 585 horsepower S 63 AMG and S 65 AMG of 630 horsepower.

In Spain starting price will be slightly higher. Currently the range part, with the S500 from 152.875 euros. As soon as we have details of your marketing we will provide it.

There are few things as exclusive as a V12 model of Mercedes-AMG (S 65, S 65 Coupe, G 65 and SL 65) and know it well who pay thousands and thousands of dollars of difference separating them with eight cylinder engine equivalents. The last of the saga is called Mercedes-AMG S 65 Cabrio and it's twelve-cylinder for the class S convertible Variant. You can reach dealers in may 2016, although it will be available for bookings from April 4.
Unlike the S 63 Cabriolet, this convertible S 65 hides under the hood a powerful engine 6.0 litre V12 biturbo, capable of developing 630 HP and a maximum torque of 1,000 Nm, no less. According to the own brand, is the flagship S-class range, that also allows to circulate with the mane to the wind and enjoying the soundtrack of the twelve cylinders.

Like Cavalry under the hood means this high-flying cabriolet can dispatch the 0 to 100 km/h sprint in just 4.1 seconds and reach a top speed limited to 250 km/h, which optionally can be increased up to 300 km/h if it is equipped with the so-called AMG Driver completo Package. And all with a medium homologated consumption of 12 liters per hundred kilometers, thanks to systems such as the ECO start/stop, which is standard.
Mercedes S Class info

All this brute force digests it a transmission AMG Speedshift Plus 7G - Tronic, seven relationships, and sends it to the rear axle. This offers the driver three modes C (Controlled Efficiency), S (Sport) and M (Manual), that allow a kind of different driving, according to the occasion and the preferences of the user. Best of all is that, according to Mercedes-AMG, the weight of the body is identical to the of the Coupé, as well as its torsional stiffness of the body. Altogether, the whole has a weight of 2.108 kilograms.

In addition, under the body we found a pneumatic suspension of court sports based on the Airmatic system, with specific settings AMG and two modes (Comfort and Sport) as well as a direction electromechanical also sports court, whose hardness varies depending on the chosen mode of suspension. The 20 inch wheels and 16 wireless hide, in addition, a team of large brakes: composite of 420 and 360 mm discs (front and rear, respectively) and tweezers in grey or red (in option).
When you open the hood of the S 65 convertible one stumbles upon an exclusive motor cover made of aluminum and carbon fiber, which hides the powerful V12 that from 2016, be manufactured in a new line of AMG in Mannheim engine mounting. There is respetera, of course, the philosophy of the company that reads "one man, one engine" and that implies that the mounting is carried out by a single operator, whose signature is engraved on a plaque mounted on the propeller.