Mercedes-Benz caused a stir at the Geneva Motor Show in 1989 by unveiling the new Mercedes-Benz SL. It seamlessly continued the tradition of the Mercedes-Benz SL production sports cars, which had begun with the 300 SL (W 198) and the 190 SL (W 121). For the start of the new roadster in 1989, there were […]
Mercedes-Benz 500 E made its first appearance at the Paris motor show in October 1990. This powerhouse of the 124 Series had surprisingly modest appearance. Only the somewhat more voluminous wings, the slightly lower body and a modified front apron with inset fog lamps differentiate it from the other models in the 124 series.
The development of the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL began in 1950, when Mercedes-Benz began to think about a return to racing. In June 1951, the Board decided to resume participation in racing events from 1952 on, and gave the final orders for the construction of the 300 SL. This car was not sold to the public, it was built just for racing.
Following the first Evolution model from the previous year, Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II made its premiere at the Geneva International Motor Show in March 1990. The engine’s output had been raised in comparison to the first Evolution model from the previous year, the Evo II now generating 173 kW (235 hp)
Mercedes-Benz has updated the E-Class with new looks, new engine choices and new or optimised assistance systems borrowed from the new S-Class. Mercedes-Benz E-Class is also available with a wide range of engine variants. The most economical choice is this E 300 BlueTec Hybrid with an average fuel consumption of 4,1 l/100km and the CO2 emissions of 107 g/km.