F 700


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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 with PRE-SCAN suspension (german version)
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 PRE-SCAN system control (german version)
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 PRE-SCAN system control
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    Mercedes-Benz TecDay Road to the Future in Seville/Spain in June 2008 (F 700)
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    Mercedes-Benz TecDay Road to the Future in Seville/Spain in June 2008 (F 700)
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    Mercedes-Benz TecDay Road to the Future in Seville/Spain in June 2008 (F 700)
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    Mercedes-Benz TecDay Road to the Future in Seville/Spain in June 2008 (F 700)
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    Mercedes-Benz TecDay Road to the Future in Seville/Spain in June 2008 (F 700)
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    Mercedes-Benz TecDay Road to the Future in Seville/Spain in June 2008 (F 700)
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    Mercedes-Benz TecDay Road to the Future in Seville/Spain in June 2008 (F 700)
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    The “eyes” of the F 700 are integrated into the headlamps. With two laser scanners the active PRE-SCAN suspension scans the roadway in front of the car. The hydraulically controlled active suspension proactively compensates for detected hindrances, enabling entirely new comfort characteristics.
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    The “eyes” of the F 700 are integrated into the headlamps. With two laser scanners the active PRE-SCAN suspension scans the roadway in front of the car. The hydraulically controlled active suspension proactively compensates for detected hindrances, enabling entirely new comfort characteristics.
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    The future oriented DIESOTTO-powertrain with its 1.8-l displacement, 4-cylinder spark-ignition combines the performance of a gasoline engine and the high torque and fuel economy of a state-of-the-art diesel together with extremely clean emissions. Additionally, CO2 emissions of a mere 127 grams per kilometer correspond to consumption of only 5.3 liters of gasoline per 100 kilometers (44.3 mpg), extremely low for a vehicle of this class. The new technology package includes features such as direct gasoline injection, turbocharging and a variable compression. At the core of this innovation lies the controlled auto ignition, a highly effi cient combustion process similar to that of a diesel. The DIESOTTO-system can be operated using conventional gasoline fuel.
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, technology
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    Professor Dr. Herbert Kohler, responsible for Group Research & Advanced Engineering Vehicle and Powertrain at DaimlerChrysler AG
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    Professor Dr. Herbert Kohler, responsible for Group Research & Advanced Engineering Vehicle and Powertrain at DaimlerChrysler AG and Professor Peter Pfeiffer Senior Vice President Design discuss the fi rst steps of the interior design in the Advanced Design Studio in Como, Italy.
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, DIESOTTO drive, technology
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car with DIESOTTO-engine (german version)
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car PRE-SCAN suspension (german version)
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, DIESOTTO engine
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, DIESOTTO engine (german version)
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car PRE-SCAN suspension
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car with DIESOTTO-engine
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, technology
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, technology
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, technology
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, technology
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    The “eyes” of the F 700 are integrated into the headlamps. With two laser scanners the active PRE-SCAN suspension scans the roadway in front of the car. The hydraulically controlled active suspension proactively compensates for detected hindrances, enabling entirely new comfort characteristics.
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, technology
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, design
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, design
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, design
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    Professor Peter Pfeiffer, Senior Vice President Mercedes-Benz Design
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    In the design of F 700, inspirations from nature join together with consciously displayed technical innovations. Flowing, smooth surfaces and precise, tense lines merge into a harmonious overall shape – the embodiment of an automobile which is as effi cient as it is luxurious.
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    In the design of F 700, inspirations from nature join together with consciously displayed technical innovations. Flowing, smooth surfaces and precise, tense lines merge into a harmonious overall shape – the embodiment of an automobile which is as effi cient as it is luxurious.
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, design
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, design
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, design
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    Mercedes-Benz F 700 research car, design
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    The exceptional effi ciency of the overall concept of the F 700 is evident at fi rst sight: its design is distinguished by soft, fl owing forms. “Aqua Dynamic” is the name the designers have given to this design idiom with which they translated the fl ow dynamics of a fi sh into the design. The design provides an immediately indication that much room has been given to the passengers.
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