Technology


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    A newly developed Mercedes system will warn motorists when vehicles behind are in the blind spot, i.e. the area which cannot be seen by the driver in the exterior mirror.
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    A newly developed Mercedes system will warn motorists when vehicles behind are in the blind spot, i.e. the area which cannot be seen by the driver in the exterior mirror.
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    Mercedes-Benz CL-Class, CL 63 AMG, engine
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    The new V8 engine in the CL 500 generates 285 kW/388 hp from a displacement of 5.5 litres, an increase of over 26 percent compared with its predecessor.
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    The 7G-TRONIC seven-speed automatic transmission with the electronically controlled DIRECT SELECT gearshift system is standard.
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    The new V8 engine in the CL 500 generates 285 kW/388 hp from a displacement of 5.5 litres, an increase of over 26 percent compared with its predecessor.
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    The new V8 engine in the CL 500 generates 285 kW/388 hp from a displacement of 5.5 litres, an increase of over 26 percent compared with its predecessor.
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    The new V8 engine in the CL 500 generates 285 kW/388 hp from a displacement of 5.5 litres, an increase of over 26 percent compared with its predecessor.
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    The twelve-cylinder engine in the CL 600 has an output of 380 kW/517 hp and produces a peak torque of 830 Newton metres, which is on tap all the way from 1900 up to 3500 rpm.
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    The twelve-cylinder engine in the CL 600 has an output of 380 kW/517 hp and produces a peak torque of 830 Newton metres, which is on tap all the way from 1900 up to 3500 rpm.
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    The DISTRONIC PLUS proximity control has an operating range of 0.2 to 150 metres and is capable of braking the CL-Class all the way to a standstill and accelerating it back up to the pre-set desired speed, if the traffic situation permits. The radar sensor is located behind the Mercedes star in the radiator grille.
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    The twelve-cylinder engine in the CL 600 has an output of 380 kW/517 hp and produces a peak torque of 830 Newton metres, which is on tap all the way from 1900 up to 3500 rpm.
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    The DISTRONIC PLUS proximity control has an operating range of 0.2 to 150 metres and is capable of braking the CL-Class all the way to a standstill and accelerating it back up to the pre-set desired speed, if the traffic situation permits. The radar sensor is located behind the Mercedes star in the radiator grille.
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    The DISTRONIC PLUS proximity control has an operating range of 0.2 to 150 metres and is capable of braking the CL-Class all the way to a standstill and accelerating it back up to the pre-set desired speed, if the traffic situation permits. The radar sensor is located behind the Mercedes star in the radiator grille.
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    Mercedes-Benz CL-Class: The newly developed parking guidance system uses radar sensors to measure the size of a parking space. A display shows the driver the ideal line for parking.
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    The DISTRONIC PLUS proximity control has an operating range of 0.2 to 150 metres and is capable of braking the CL-Class all the way to a standstill and accelerating it back up to the pre-set desired speed, if the traffic situation permits. The radar sensor is located behind the Mercedes star in the radiator grille.
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    Mercedes-Benz CL-Class: The newly developed parking guidance system uses radar sensors to measure the size of a parking space. A display shows the driver the ideal line for parking.
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    Mercedes-Benz CL-Class: The newly developed parking guidance system uses radar sensors to measure the size of a parking space. A display shows the driver the ideal line for parking.
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    Mercedes-Benz CL-Class: The newly developed parking guidance system uses radar sensors to measure the size of a parking space. A display shows the driver the ideal line for parking.
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    The front axle of the CL-Class is a complex four-link design. The rear axle consists of a further improved multi-link system.
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    The front axle of the CL-Class is a complex four-link design. The rear axle consists of a further improved multi-link system.
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    Every single component of the active suspension has been modified. For instance the Mercedes engineers have grouped some of them closer together so as improve system operation as a result of shorter wiring lengths and reduce the amount of space they take up.
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    The new CL-Class is equipped as standard with the state-of-the-art chassis systems Active Body Control and ADAPTIVE BRAKE right from its launch.
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    Mercedes-Benz CL-Class: At the heart of the active suspension system are what are called plunger cylinders in the spring struts. They make it possible to eliminate roll, pitch and vertical movements on the part of the body almost entirely.
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    Mercedes-Benz CL-Class: At the heart of the active suspension system are what are called plunger cylinders in the spring struts. They make it possible to eliminate roll, pitch and vertical movements on the part of the body almost entirely.
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    With the Active Body Control (ABC) suspension system the new CL-Class features a milestone in chassis technology as standard. The system, which continuously adapts the suspension to the driving situation within fractions of a second, has been further refined by Mercedes engineers. It is now even more efficient and injects yet more dynamism into the car’s handling, while still ensuring superb standards of comfort.
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    Mercedes-Benz CL-Class: The new top-of-the-range coupé from Mercedes-Benz is slightly larger than its predecessor. With a length of 5065 millimetres, a width of 1871 millimetres and a height of 1418 millimetres the body is 75 millimetres longer, 14 millimetres wider and 20 millimetres higher than before.
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    The automatic climate control in the CL-Class employs a new system with four temperature zones which can be adjusted independently.
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    The proportion of high-strength steel alloys used in the bodyshell of the new CL-Class has been increased by eleven percent to around 44 percent. The bonnet, the front wings and a number of other components are made of aluminium.
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    Mercedes-Benz CL-Class: Painstaking development engineering and up-to-the-minute testing procedures in the aeroacoustics wind tunnel have made the new Mercedes Coupé the quietest car in its class, by some way.
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    With the Active Body Control (ABC) suspension system the new CL-Class features a milestone in chassis technology as standard. The system, which continuously adapts the suspension to the driving situation within fractions of a second, has been further refined by Mercedes engineers. It is now even more efficient and injects yet more dynamism into the car’s handling, while still ensuring superb standards of comfort.
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    Mercedes-Benz CL-Class: The newly developed parking guidance system uses radar sensors to measure the size of a parking space. A display shows the driver the ideal line for parking.
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    The first-class comfort offered by the new Mercedes-Benz CL-Class is also an audible experience. Thanks to meticulous development work and the most modern testing procedures, the coupé is by far the quietest car in its class.
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    The first-class comfort offered by the new Mercedes-Benz CL-Class is also an audible experience. Thanks to meticulous development work and the most modern testing procedures, the coupé is by far the quietest car in its class.
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    The first-class comfort offered by the new Mercedes-Benz CL-Class is also an audible experience. Thanks to meticulous development work and the most modern testing procedures, the coupé is by far the quietest car in its class.
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