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Monday, July 31, 2023

Let's see a three-wheeler concept of Mercedes-Benz

Rare ONES - Mercedes-Benz, like many other automotive manufacturers, once ventured into the creation of a unique three-wheeler called the Mercedes-Benz F300 Life Jet. Unveiled at the 1997 Frankfurt Motor Show, this extraordinary vehicle never made it into production. However, had it been produced, it would have held the record for the most expensive 3-wheeler on the market, as stated in the 2000 Guinness Book of Records.
Mercedes-Benz F300 Life Jet concept. (Picture from: NewAtlas)
The F300 is a two-seater "tilting" 3-wheeler that incorporates Active Tilt Control (ATC) technology. This system evaluates the driving conditions, allowing a computer to utilize a hydraulic mechanism in controlling the F300's cornering angles. At higher speeds, the tilting angle is significantly reduced, while at moderate speeds, the vehicle can tilt up to 30 degrees.
Rear side view of Mercedes-Benz F300 Life Jet concept. (Picture from: NewAtlas)
Under its hood, the F300 boasts a four-stroke spark-ignition petrol engine, featuring four cylinders with 1.6 liters displacement and 75 kW (102 hp) power output. It employs rear-wheel drive and an electrohydraulically controlled five-speed manual transmission, enabling the vehicle to reach a top speed of approximately 130 mph, with a 0-60 mph acceleration time of 7.7 seconds.
The F300's structure comprises an alloy space frame with attached aluminum panels. These double-skinned panels are filled with aluminum foam, enhancing the body's strength and providing additional sound insulation. Initially weighing 800 kg, there were plans to reduce the weight to just 600 kg had the vehicle gone into production.
The Mercedes-Benz A-class'es compact 1.6-l engine is situated between the passenger compartment and the rear wheel. (Picture from: NewAtlas)
Inside the car, the interior is designed with a central cockpit-style dashboard, resembling the layout of a jet plane. The positioning of the passenger's seat behind the driver is intended to balance the weight when the car carries only one person. Despite its innovative design and technology, there are currently no plans to proceed with the production of the F300.
Mercedes-Benz once introduced the F300 Life Jet, a remarkable concept three-wheeler that incorporated cutting-edge technology for tilting and control. Despite never entering production, the vehicle's advanced engineering and sleek design left a lasting impression on automotive enthusiasts worldwide.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of two-wheeled monster and stay alive with the true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops..... *** [EKA [30042016] | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NEWATLAS ]
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