Wednesday, July 13, 2011

2012 Mercedes-Benz M-Class

The third generation of Mercedes-Benz M-Class sets new standards in the SUV with world advanced technology of the automobile. The new M-Class offers an energy-efficient, standards-leading passive safety, superior ride comfort combined with excellent driving dynamics and a completely revamped the interior design provides excellent ergonomics, among its major assets.

Low fuel consumption and exemplary emission values ​​to make an impressive treatment - an average of the range, fuel burns 25 percent less than its predecessor. Never before has Mercedes-Benz has managed to reduce fuel consumption by a huge margin sport utility vehicle model changes. Ultra-modern engine line-up, class-Cd player-value of 0.32, a large BlueEFFICIENCY measures and new development tools such as the proportion of "energy vehicles clear 'of all the energy to produce good numbers. ML 250 BlueTEC 4MATIC is particularly excellent in this sense: it is 28 percent cheaper than its predecessor, it uses just 6.0 liters per 100 km NEDC (158 g km CO2), and can cover up to 1,500 miles with a full of fuel.

In line with the philosophy of the Mercedes-Benz, which represents the new Mercedes-Benz M-Class production of Mercedes-Benz safety concept of comprehensive security Real Life, which is derived from what happens in a real accident situation . In combination with the front and rear crumple zones provide high-strength passenger cell in the M-Class a highly effective platform for the occupant protection systems. The safety of both active safety and driver fitness of the new M-Class is further enhanced by the use of systems that are already familiar, especially the S-Class and E-Class

All models of the new Mercedes-Benz M-Class offers excellent handling comfort and dynamic range of series - both on the road and away from the asphalt. In addition to the steel suspension with selective damping, there are some innovative new control systems manage dynamic chassis available that are designed to make driving the new premium SUV experience even greater effort. These include the AIRMATIC air suspension with adaptive damping system (ADS), the curve of active stabilization system and the active role and OFFROAD package with six driving modes. A comprehensive set of measures also included to ensure that the M-Class is a leader in its segment of acoustic comfort and vibration.

The third generation of the coveted Mercedes-Benz M-Class SUV blends the best of both worlds, benefiting from strong off-road heritage, while its passengers feel like they are moving in a premium luxury sedan. Aluminum or wood ground fine and switches the court and mix with great detail shows the surface electric and powerful, harmonious lines to create a high-class interior and a great sense of well being for the driver and passengers.

Interior detail: the economy class

The third generation of Mercedes-Benz M-Class combines the best of both worlds: the highly coveted SUV that does not boast of a strong off-road heritage, but passengers also receive a comfort comparable to that of a sedan premium. Shot in aluminum or wood of high quality, finely detailed and contact points as well as interesting and powerful surfaces, harmonious lines create a sense of well-being of high quality home for the driver and passengers.

Shown as soon as the concept of interior design is combined with a true off-road experience, in the sense of well being and quality of Mercedes-Benz sedan. Although the expressive power of the crown form of expression of SUVs, flat front passenger dash area offers an excellent sense of space, highlighting the suitability of the vehicle for long trips.

Development of the dashboard of the Mercedes-Benz SUVs, from the earliest days of the G-series today with a new M-Class, makes it clear what aspects of comfort and well-being has now emerged:

* The G-model from 1979, defines a dashboard angular flat shapes. The angular instrument panel was placed on top of that, while the console panel, also angular, and the glove box was hung below. As if reconstituted from modular sections, each element reflects the clear appearance of a commercial vehicle. Practice spared no simple decoration, rather than giving an air of rustic charm, with a little metal as an effect. At that time, it was entirely appropriate for an off-road vehicle.

* The script of the first generation M-Class, built in 1998 was also primarily functional in nature, and the temporary lease of a design based on comfort. However, early indications of interior design more comfortable and enjoyable in the classroom were remarkable. The curves and lines of exploration has prevented an impression of austerity. Mouldings are often not integrated into the simpler visual design, however, the functionality and continued to dominate.

* Designing a new instrument panel, Mercedes-Benz M-Class is quite comparable to its counterparts found in luxury sedans: a modern, cozy, with high quality materials and elegant design. At the same time, combining the data reflect the superior nature of the premium SUV.