2010 Mercedes Benz S350 Technical Features
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Showing several technical features of a Mercedes Benz S350 Facelift (W221 / MY2010).
1. Distronic Plus
2. Comand APS & Satelite Navigation
3. Reverse Camera with guidelines
Audi A8 vs BMW 750 twin turbo Drag Race
Audi A8 L (375bhp & 325 lb/ft) vs BMW 750li (400bhp & 450 lb/ft).
Audi uses the new ZF 8-speed automatic, BMW uses their standard 6-speed auto. BMW weighs 200 lbs more.
Results seem pretty obvious right?
Let's see how the BMW's twin turbos help it out.
The Chauffeur Car of the Year 2011 Awards. BMW 730Ld Vs Audi A8L
The judging of The Chauffeur Car of the Year Awards 2011 by http://www.thechauffeur.com is complete and three vehicles have been crowned as class leaders.
This video is of the judging of the £50,000-£100,000 category shortlisted vehicles (Audi A8 and BMW 7-Series). Other category winners included:
Hyundai i800 Automatic in the MPV sector
BMW 530GT for the £50,000 and Under category
The manufacturers Chauffeur programmes offered to the industry were carefully studied in all categories this year as we continue to fight for more recognition of the UK's chauffeurs.
Almost twenty vehicles were judged this year and included: 2012 Jaguar XF, Jaguar XJL, Lexus LS600hL, Porsche Panamera, Mercedes-Benz E220 and Viano, Infiniti M30d, Volkswagen Caravelle and Phaeton, Volvo S80 and Skoda Superb.
Mission Impossible: Audi A8 break-in - What Car?
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We try to smash the window of an Audi A8 in our security test. We also have a round-up of the week's news and a long-term test report on our Nissan Qashqai
2012 Mercedes-Benz S350 BlueTEC (2011 NAIAS)
"The love of invention never dies" - from the Benz Patent-Motorwagen to the reinvention of the automobile
It was on January 29, 1886 that Carl Benz filed an application in Berlin for a patent on his three-wheeled motor car. That day has since come to be considered the official birthday of the automobile, which celebrates its 125th anniversary in 2011. In parallel with Benz, Gottlieb Daimler was developing the first four-wheeled motor car. Thus, working independently of each other, the founding fathers of today's Daimler AG and its globally successful Mercedes-Benz core brand laid the foundation stone for all present-day passenger cars, commercial vehicles and buses. Since then, the company that invented the automobile has gone on to shape its development more diversely and enduringly than any other motor vehicle manufacturer - in all relevant areas, from drive technology through comfort and safety to design.
Innovation has always been the key to success for a car manufacturer and is set to become even more important in future. Without the courage to go in search of new ideas, there would be no automobile; and without innovation, there would be
no progress. Mercedes-Benz, the inventor of the automobile, has always pressed ahead vigorously with its development. For instance, the company has repeatedly underpinned its claim to technological leadership with over 80,000 patent applications since 1886, the year in which Carl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler respectively unveiled their "Patent-Motorwagen" and "Motorkutsche". As the world's first car, the Benz Patent-Motorwagen is a shining example of the pioneering spirit. In its day, the exquisitely engineered three-wheeler made it clear at first sight that a new age of mobility had dawned. Daimler's motorized carriage was the first automobile with four wheels.
These two vehicles represent the start of a unique success story -- a story that Mercedes-Benz has continuously enhanced with new chapters. Time and again groundbreaking inventions from the Stuttgart-based car manufacturer have seen the "horseless carriage", which was initially said by critics to have "no future", evolve not only into an icon of personal freedom, but also into a major economic powerhouse. Alongside the first bus and the first heavy truck, the company's most important innovations also include the first modern passenger car, the Mercedes 35 HP, which was presented in February 1900.
Turbo charged Mercedes Brabus SL - Top Gear - BBC
Jeremy test drives the Mercedes Brabus SL Bi-turbo Roadster and goes to some lengths to explain that it is like a volcano under the bonnet. But how fast will it make it round the Top Gear track with Stig at the wheel? Find out in this fast racing clip from BBC Worldwide.
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Audi A6 3.0 TDI vs BMW 530 d vs Mercedes E 320 CDI
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Audi A6 3.0 TDI vs BMW 530 d vs Mercedes E 320 CDI BMW has released a 40 second teaser video for the Concept X1 compact sport activity vehicle (SAV), which makes its debut later this week in Paris. Produced with elements of skateboarding, graffiti and hip hop beats, BMW is clearly trying to reach young urban individuals. No longer considered rebellious or anti-establishment, these sub-cultures have a firm hold on mainstream and pop-culture around the world. Sure, these types of trendy marketing tactics always make us cringe, but BMW seems to have identified the once wielding skateboarders from the turn of the millennium as potential clients. With consideration to their new position in the workforce and potential disposable income, we tend to see BMW's angle.
Back in early August we showed first spy photos of an SLR McLaren Roadster 722 prototype just outside of AMG premises in Germany, and now Mercedes has announced its world debut in Paris this week. Based on the SLR Roadster with a 722 Edition upgrade, the fabric soft top super car is limited to 150 units, and will be built in the same facilities, McLaren's Formula 1 workshops in Woking, England, as all previous