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Mercedes-Benz F700 Concept

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Mercedes-Benz F700 Concept
Mercedes-Benz
aka Type aka here, not up there
Introduction 2007 IAA
Class Concept Car
Body Style 4-door, 4-seat sedan
Length 5180 mm
Width 1960 mm
Height 1438 mm
Wheelbase 3450 mm
Weight 1700 kg (inertia weight class)
Transmission transmission + drive
Engine 1.8 litre turbocharged DiesOtto 4-cylinder
Power 235 hp @ N/A rpm
400 Nm of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar similar (competition)
Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)

The Mercedes-Benz F700 Concept is a 2007 concept car developed by Mercedes-Benz fot the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show to showcase both its new Mercedes-Benz DiesOtto engine and test the stylistic waters with its semi-radical design. The car features two types of door system: a suicide-door configuration on the right side and a conventional setup on the left.

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This vehicle can be said to be the 2007 real life version of Knight 2000, a black Pontiac Trans Am T-top, from the science-fiction TV series, Knight Rider. This is because it has scanners on the front of the vehicle, which allow it to scan the road surfaces ahead so it can change the suspension to suit the forthcoming surfaces.

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