Tuesday, March 31, 2009

E-Class tradition: Mercedes-Benz at the 2009 Techno Classica


Stuttgart/Essen, Germany, Apr 01, 2009

* Ten original cars from the E-Class and its predecessors at the world's biggest classic car show in Essen (1 to 5 April 2009)

* Anniversary 75 years of the Silver Arrows: original cars from the W 25 (1934) to Lewis Hamilton's world championship car (2008)

The E-Class takes centre stage for Mercedes-Benz at the Techno Classica 2009, the world's biggest classic car show, from 1 to 5 April in Essen. Nine generations from six decades plus one E-Class forerunner will be present, from the 260 D that debuted in 1936 to the brand-new E-Class of model series W 212.

"With this array of exhibits Mercedes-Benz documents the great importance of the
E-Class," says Michael Bock, Managing Director Mercedes-Benz Museum GmbH. "The E-Class is a companion of economic success, especially in Germany." Beyond that, the E-Class also has left a deep impression on automotive history in general with technical innovations and stylish design.

In addition, a special show featuring the Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows gives the Techno Classica a motorsports flair � 75 years ago, in 1934, the legendary W 25 Grand Prix racing car entered its first competition. It will be on hand in Essen along with several of the later Silver Arrows, including the world championship cars of Mika H�kkinen from 1998 and Lewis Hamilton from 2008.

The Benz Patent Motor Car of 1886 completes the show appearance. A faithful replica of the world's first automobile will be on display.

Mercedes-Benz Young Classics presents itself in the foyer of the south entrance of the exhibition site. In this new initiative, Mercedes-Benz offers the brand's young classics for sale or rental. In addition, Young Classics arranges financing or insurance for vintage cars. The Mercedes-Benz stand covers around 4500 square metres this year, including all partners and the brand clubs.

The world's most successful luxury saloon

Hardly another model series stands as much for economic success and growth in the time after the Second World War as the E-Class. The direct and unbroken line of ancestors was established in 1947 by the 170 V (W 136 series), and it comprises a total of nine generations up to and including the W 212 series launched in 2009. But ever since the beginning of the 20th century, intermediate and luxury class cars have been a central element of the model ranges of the Mercedes and Benz brands.
Nine generations of the E-Class stand for technical innovation and pace-setting design too. No other car class of the Stuttgart brand has offered such a variety of body types in the past 60 years, from saloon, estate, coup� and cabriolet to special types such as chassis and long-wheelbase saloons. Since 1947 Mercedes-Benz has manufactured a total of over ten million saloons of the model family to make the E-Class far and away the world's most successful luxury saloon.

At Techno Classica Mercedes-Benz presents ten original cars from the E-Class and its predecessors.

Mercedes-Benz 260 D, 1936 to 1940: The Mercedes-Benz 260 D presented in the spring of 1936 at the International Automobile and Motorcycle Show in Berlin was the world's first production car with diesel engine. Owing to its low consumption and the low price of diesel fuel it was particularly economical. Along with its frugal consumption, the 260 D also impressed with pronounced reliability and longevity. In the Pullman saloon version it was the ideal taxi, and it was a popular touring saloon as well. But with 1967 units built, at first it played only a subordinate role alongside the 230 model, its petrol-powered counterpart of which around 20,000 units were built. As an upscale middle-of-the-range model the 260 D forms part of the roots of the E-Class. A 260 D Pullman saloon dating from 1939 is on display.

Series W 136 and W 191, 1947 to 1955: In 1947 the 170 V, the first post-war passenger car from Mercedes-Benz, went into production and simultaneously established the direct ancestral line of the E-Class. It was largely based on the pre-war model of the same name, and during the next years formed the backbone of the car range of Mercedes-Benz. From the saloon with 1.7-litre petrol engine, in 1949 the engineers derived not only the 170 D diesel car, but also supplemented the range with the prestigious 170 S saloon, available also as diesel variant 170 DS as of 1952. With spacious body, high ride comfort and solid high-class appeal, these models embodied attributes which are strong points of the E-Class even today. A 170 V model manufactured in 1950 is on display.

Series W 120 and W 121, 1953 to 1962: A new era dawned with the Mercedes-Benz 180 in August 1953. Its self-supporting chassis/body structure marks the departure from the traditional design with chassis and separate body. The integral three-box "Ponton" was regarded as very progressive and reduced wind resistance and fuel consumption. So the 180 model is a symbol of the innovative power of Mercedes-Benz that finds expression over and over again in the development of the E-Class. In 1954 the diesel variant 180 D followed; as third model the Mercedes-Benz 190 was included in the range in 1956, and the 190 D debuted in 1958. All in all around 443,000 four-cylinder "Ponton" models were built. A 180 model manufactured in 1958 is on display.

Series W 110, 1961 to 1968: The next generation of the intermediate range of Mercedes-Benz can be recognised by the distinctive upright, pointed elements on the rear wings that gave the series the nickname "Fintail". It is not just the successful combination of spaciousness, comfort, performance, good value for money, and economy that set standards. In the area of safety it was the rigid passenger cell surrounded by crumple zones at the front and rear. The first models available were the 190 and 190 D saloons. From 1962 on they became available for the first time with automatic transmissions. In 1965 models with improved appointments and engineering followed, the 200 and 200 D. In the 230 that premiered simultaneously, a six-cylinder model complemented the product range. The advances in handling safety were documented in 1963 by the dual-circuit brake system with brake booster and front disc brakes. A 200 model built in 1965 is on display.

Series W 114 and W 115, 1968 to 1976: By the time production of this saloon introduced in early 1968 ceased, with more than 1.8 million units it had become the first Mercedes-Benz car model series to crack the million mark. The first models available were the four-cylinder 200, 220, 200 D and 220 D along with the six-cylinder models 230 and 250. For the first time an elegant coup� version also was available. The successful two-doors gave a little foretaste of the future variety of models in the intermediate range of Mercedes-Benz. In 1972 the 280 and 280 E joined the series as new top-of-the-range models. In the 240 D 3.0 of 1974 the first five-cylinder diesel engine in a production car marked a world premiere. Among experts the W 114/115 series is known mainly by its nickname: it was called "Stroke 8" because in the internal company documentation the model designations carry the suffix "/8", to show the year in which the series was launched, 1968. A 220 D built in 1969 is on display.

Series W 123, 1976 to 1985: In January 1976 the new generation excited customers with its great variety. In the series' first year, the models 200, 230, 250, 280 and 280 E as well as 200 D, 220 D, 240 D and 300 D were put on sale. The coup�, the long-wheelbase saloon and the estate � the first Mercedes-Benz estate ex factory � followed the saloon in 1977. Comfort and safety were exemplary owing to the rigid passenger cell, the innovative safety steering column, and the crash-protected fuel tank. From 1980 the anti-lock braking system ABS was available; two years later, the airbag. The series is the most successful in the annals of the E-Class: around 2.7 million units were built, including almost 2.4 million saloons and some 200,000 estates. On display is a 230 E built in 1982.

Series W 124, 1984 to 1996: The 124 series introduced in 1984 is the first vehicle family from Mercedes-Benz that bore the name E-Class, beginning in 1993. Uncompromising lightweight design and optimised aerodynamics ensured lower fuel consumption. A closed-loop catalytic converter that effectively cut pollutant emissions was available for all petrol models from 1985, five years later for the diesel models as well. The innovative multi-link independent rear suspension made highest levels of comfort and safety possible. The model range was made even more varied with the body variants saloon, estate, coup�, cabriolet and long-wheelbase saloon. In addition, in the saloon and estate models of the intermediate range Mercedes-Benz introduced 4MATIC four-wheel drive and the first four-valve-per-cylinder diesel engines. On display is an E 500 built in 1994.

Series W 210, 1995 to 2002: The new intermediate series from Mercedes-Benz viewed the world through four "eyes" in 1995 and immediately won the "red dot design award". For the first time the E-Class afforded a choice between three design and equipment lines: CLASSIC, ELEGANCE and AVANTGARDE. Numerous technical highlights from the Electronic Traction System 4ETS to the belt force limiter were part of the standard equipment. The new E-Class entered the market in 1995 with models E 200, E 230,
E 280, E 320 and E 420 as well as E 220 Diesel, E 290 Turbodiesel and E 300 Diesel. In subsequent years further models were added to the series, including the innovative E 220 CDI (1998) with common-rail direct injection and the E 200 Kompressor (2000). As of autumn 1999 all models of the E-Class were equipped with the Electronic Stability Program ESP�. On display is an E 200 model built in 2000.

Series W 211, 2002 to 2009: A new generation of the E-Class was introduced in 2002. Its technical innovations ranged from adaptive front airbags through two-stage belt force limiters to the active light function with bi-xenon headlamps and a sensor-controlled automatic climate control. In 2004 Mercedes-Benz presented the E 200 NGT, the most powerful production saloon with an eco-friendly natural gas drive. In 2005 three production E 320 CDI models set a long-distance speed record on a circuit in Laredo, Texas, covering 100,000 miles (around 160,000 kilometres) at an average speed of 224.823 km/h � one of the record-setting cars is on display at Techno Classica. In 2006 the E 320 BlueTEC was the first car in which Mercedes-Benz marketed the world's cleanest diesel technology. In 2007 the E 350 CGI with an ultramodern petrol direct-injection engine made its appearance. The renowned USmarket research institute J. D. Power and Associates presented the "J. D. Power Award" in gold to the E-Class in 2008 for being the highest-quality car in its market segment.

Series W 212, as of 2009: The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class is the trendsetter for safety, comfort and environmental compatibility in this market segment. The saloon further extends the brand's leading position in the luxury class with an unrivalled combination of driving assistance systems. They include, for example, ATTENTION ASSIST for drowsiness detection, the Adaptive Highbeam Assist, and automatic emergency braking, activated when the acute risk of an accident arises. The long-distance cruising comfort so characteristic of the E-Class is enhanced by Mercedes-Benz in the new saloon, for example, through intelligent body engineering with an increase in rigidity of up to 30 percent, with further improved seats and a newly developed suspension whose shock absorbers automatically adapt to the situation at hand. Just as outstanding as the safety and comfort are the environmental compatibility and economy: the four- and six-cylinder engines are direct injection units which use as much as 23 percent less fuel than before. The new CDI four-cylinders make do with just 5.3 litres per 100 kilometres (combined) in the European driving cycle. This translates to 139 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometre. On display is an E 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY model from 2009.

75 years of the Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows

In 2009 Mercedes-Benz celebrates an outstanding anniversary: 75 years of the Silver Arrows. The first racing car bearing this legendary name made its appearance in 1934. This car and its successors scored top results in international races, set standards in terms of performance, and put the engineering to the acid test. The Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows are evidence for the company's commitment to competition � every year and with every driver. At the same time, every victory clinched with these classic racing cars and every record established contributes to a legend which has been intriguing people to this very day, and which is effortlessly being continued by the modern-day Silver Arrows which have been entered in racing since the 1990s.

At Techno Classica Mercedes-Benz presents six Silver Arrows, the oldest dating from 1934, the youngest from 2008.

Mercedes-Benz W 25, 1934 to 1936: The Mercedes-Benz W 25 with supercharged eight-cylinder engine was built for the 750 kg formula racing class introduced in 1934. Without fuel, oil and tyres the Grand Prix cars were allowed to weigh no more than 750 kilograms. Manfred von Brauchitsch drove the new car to victory on its first start, in the Eifel race on the N�rburgring. During the time it was used, from 1934 to 1936, the W 25 repeatedly was modified and equipped with increasingly more powerful engines. Mercedes-Benz managed 15 victories with it, including five double victories and one triple win, and Rudolf Caracciola was European champion in 1935.

Mercedes-Benz W 125, 1937: The Mercedes-Benz W 125 also was built for the 750 kilogram formula that determined the rules for Grand Prix racing cars until 1937. It was completely redesigned in the aftermath of the less successful 1936 season. Very successfully: the W 125 not only won the first race it entered, the Grand Prix of Tripoli, but chalked up six first-place, nine second-place and six third-place finishes in 12 international races in 1937. Down to the beginning of the 1980s it had the reputation for being the most powerful car to ever start in a Grand Prix race. Rudolf Caracciola won his second European championship in the W 125 in 1937.

Mercedes-Benz W 154, 1938 to 1939: For the 1938 season, the weight of the racing cars was no longer limited, but the displacement: to a maximum three litres with and 4.5 litres without supercharger. Mercedes-Benz had the right answer in the supercharged W 154, the make's first twelve-cylinder car. It won six of the nine most important races in 1938 � including three triple victories and one double � and helped Caracciola gain his third European champion's title; in 1939 the revised and uprated W 154 won five out of seven races. The most successful driver was Hermann Lang, who accounted for four of the five wins.

Mercedes-Benz W 196 R, 1954 to 1955: The first race in which the new 2.5-litre W 196 R competed, the French Grand Prix, ended in a double victory for Juan Manuel Fangio and Karl Kling � what a brilliant return of the Silver Arrows to the Formula 1. For the high-speed course in Reims the flashy streamlined version of the racing car was the right choice. However, in most races of 1954 and 1955 the conventional racing car with exposed wheels was used � it was better for racetracks full of bends. The W 196 R scored three more victories in 1954, even five the following year, and Fangio became world champion in both years.

McLaren-Mercedes MP4-13, 1998: In the 1997 season, a silver-coloured car developed jointly with McLaren entered competition for the first time. In its first race the McLaren-Mercedes MP4-12 driven by David Coulthard won the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne to get the season off to a good start. Wins in Monza and Jerez followed. The MP4-13 was developed to comply with the new regulations for 1998. It demonstrated its dominance in its very first race: the two cars with H�kkinen and Coulthard at the wheel both finished a lap ahead of the third-place car. The MP4-13 helped Mika H�kkinen win the Formula 1 World Championship driver's title, while the team won the Formula 1 World Champion Constructor's title.

Vodafone McLaren-Mercedes MP4-23, 2008: Following the successful 2007 racing season, in which the McLaren-Mercedes team competed with the MP4-22, the successor model was developed for 2008. The MP4-23 also won its maiden race, the Australian Grand Prix in March 2008. Vodafone McLaren Mercedes won five more races in this season (and placed second three times and third four times) to finish second in the constructors' competition. Lewis Hamilton wrote racing history in this car, capturing the World Championship driver's title on the last bend of the season's last race after finishing the previous season as runner-up.

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Statement from Fiat Chairman, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo

********* Fiat Press Release ********

President Obama�s comments in relation to Fiat yesterday represent an important recognition of all the men and women who have worked hard in recent years to restore the strength and credibility of our Group in the eyes of the world.

I believe that the choice of Fiat to help in the relaunch of the U.S. auto industry should be a source of great pride not only for Italian industry but for the entire nation.

For Fiat, recognition that our products, engines and components are at the leading edge of technology, respectful of the environment and highly competitive is an enormous satisfaction. In most major international markets, demand today is for cars with these characteristics, as it will also be in the U.S. market in future.

If an agreement is concluded, as we hope, in the next few weeks, it will present an extraordinary opportunity. Having access to a major network such as Chrysler�s, we will be able to enter the U.S. market with automobiles, which we are sure will be appreciated for their innovative content, style and advanced technology. Despite the difficult period it is currently experiencing, the U.S. market still remains the greatest opportunity and challenge.

Turin, 31 March 2009

Resorce: Fiat Communications

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Subaru is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Legacy (Liberty) sedan with the unveiling of the all-new fifth-generation model next week at the New York Auto Show. Subaru is renowned for its love-or-loathe approach to designing cars, as seen in the frequent revisions to its Impreza line over the years, but the styling of the new Legacy is nowhere near as controversial though we�re sure it will leave opinions divided.

But some of the familiar stuff includes boxer engines and Subaru's symmetrical AWD. For the US market, which introduces the Legacy at dealer level soon after the show, three engines will be available. The first is a naturally-aspirated 2.5i. It produces 170hp (125kW) and 170 lb-ft (230Nm) of torque. Transmission options are a 6-speed manual and the new Subaru Lineartronic CVT. Up ahead is a 2.5GT turbo with 265hp (195kW) and 258 lb-ft (350Nm) of torque. Only the 6-speed manual is available on the GT. Subaru says this transmission is 25kg lighter than the previous one. Lastly the 3.6R with a 5-speed automatic replaces the old 3.0-litre. It makes 256hp (188kW) and 247 lb-ft (335Nm) maximum torque.

A distinctive wing-shape embellishment on the front grille shows the Subaru brand identity, and the front bumper designs accentuate flat horizontal surfaces. Embellished with solidly-designed headlamps, the front face of the Legacy is intended to be 'bold and powerful'. The cabin's dynamic design and a shorter deck give the vehicle what Subaru calls 'a sporty appeal', while the size and power of the vehicle are expressed in the rear-end design, which is rounded and capacious and framed by the combination lights.

The base Legacy engine is 2.5L unit, which is rated at 170hp (127kW) and 170lb-ft (230Nm) of torque, and this is followed by a 265hp (197kW) and 258lb-ft (350Nm) turbocharged version of the same engine for the Legacy 2.5GT. Filling out the range is the Legacy 3.6R model, which comes with a 256hp (191kW) and 247lb-ft (334Nm) of torque 3.6L engine.

Some of the interior features available are an electronic parking brake, a 10-way driver's seat and a new three-spoke steering wheel. Safety features installed include ABS with EBD, an electronic hill holder system and Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC).

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However, development of the next-generation model is also well underway and images of a prototype for the car have once again surfaced. This time the prototype has been spotted on its way to Germany�s Nurburging circuit for some high-speed testing.

It's hard to tell if this is a subtly changed design or if, as with previously-spied 2011 Boxsters, this prototype wears the sheet metal of the current car to disguise its new lines. The mismatched taillights reveal that there's something different going under the surface. These clear-weather photos hint at revised bumper contours, but as with the previous shots of this car there's not much to go on.

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Mercedes has taken the wraps off the new range-topping E-class: the E63 AMG.

Despite talk from within AMG about ending the horsepower war between German car makers, this new model has more power than the car it replaces � although at 11bhp, it�s a modest gain.

The standard car comes wearing 18-inch AMG alloys with size 255/40 front and 285/35 rear tyres. There is an optional 19-inch rim available. In terms of exterior cosmetics the big AMG gets LED daytime running lights, a more aggressive front spoiler, a rear diffuser and four tailpipes as per current AMG standard issue.

To improve handling, the E63 AMG has been fitted with a newly developed front axle with more negative camber, a 56mm wider track, new control arms, a tubular stabiliser and revised wheel bearings. The rear axle also has extra negative camber and a new subframe mounting for greater stability on the limit.

It is expected that the new E63 AMG sedan will go on sale in the UK in September. It is also expected that the public will get first live glimpse at the 2009 New York International Auto Show next week.

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According to a recent report, Michael Dick, a member of Audi's board of management for technical development has stated that the company is considering building a new RS3 � and here�s the first pictures that prove the car is in fact rolling. We snapped a mule of Audi�s future pocket-rocket testing at the N�rburgring.

First unveiled in the upcoming TT-RS, the RS3's 2.5-litre 5-cylinder engine utilises a turbo to force out 250kW (340hp) and 450Nm of torque through the quattro AWD system. Anticipating that the RS3's weight will be almost the same as the TT-RS, we think it's safe to use the TT-RS's performance specs as the standard of comparisson here. The 0 - 100km/h dash should be achieved in about 4.6 seconds and an optional unlimited top speed will be 280 km/h (173.98 mph). This kind of performance is approaching RS4 territory but at a considerably lower price.

The car spotted has S3 badges, but we can already see larger air intakes in the front bumper.

Power will very likely come from Audi�s 2.5-liter five-cylinder turbocharged engine, that develops 340 horsepower and 450 Nm of torque.

Same engine is under the new TT RS. We expect RS3 to hit 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in around 4.6 seconds while the top speed is around 288 km/h (179 mph)

Stay tuned, as we will be seeing more test mules with new details in the near future.

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