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  • #118590

    Mercedes patenta un sistema de refrigeración de neumaticos por agua
    http://icdn-2.motor1.com/images/mgl/9gGx0/s1/mercedes-benz-patent.jpg

    http://www.motor1.com/news/64538/mercedes-benz-patents-water-cooling-system-for-car-tires/

    O por lo menos ha salido en la oficina de patentes. Supongo que es para hacer que las ruedas se mantengan siempre a la temperatura correcta
    No se sabe si tendrá alguna salida real o no, pero patentado está

    #118591

    el video es de la propia Daimler que ha colgado en Youtube. No de la noticia de El Mundo. La verdad es que es una pasada el Bus en cuestión.

    [size size=150]Mercedes-Benz presenta el autobús autónomo del futuro[/size]

    [youtube]oBjFT9WAQxU[/youtube]

    Cada vez son más marcas las que se unen a la carrera de la conducción autónoma, aunque todavía tenga una meta lejana. Es el caso de Mercedes-Benz, que acaba de presentar su Future Bus, un autobús urbano que puede circular de modo pilotado por ciudad hasta a una velocidad de hasta 70 km/h. El prototipo de la firma de la estrella funciona gracias a sistema CityPilot, que combina una serie de radares y cámaras. El vehículo, de 12 metros de largo, está basado en el autobús Citaro. Es capaz de detenerse ante obstáculos, peatones y se adapta al tráfico urbano. También puede pasar por túneles y reconoce los semáforos. La tecnología usada es semejante a la que emplea, por ejemplo, el Mercedes-Benz Clase E.Este autobús llega dos años después de que Mercedes presentara su Future Truck 2025. Daimler ha puesto a prueba el Future Bus en Ámsterdam y en tráfico abierto con resultados satisfactorios. El vehículo ha podido recorrer 20 kilómetros a lo largo de un tramo habilitado (Schiphol-Haarlem) para el sistema de tránsito rápido de la ciudad o BRT, haciendo las paradas correspondientes. El Future Bus, que está conectado a las infraestructuras mediante Wi-Fi. respetó las normas de tráfico y recogió varios viajeros a su paso. En todo momento, a bordo del vehículo estaba un conductor, monitorizando las acciones del autobús. No tuvo que intervenir en ningún momento para hacer uso de la dirección, el acelerador o los frenos. Desde Daimler aseguran que la suavidad del viaje permite un viaje cómodo y supone un ahorro de combustible, reduciendo así las emisiones.

    Vía : http://www.elmundo.es/motor/2016/07/19/578e0c55e5fdea07288b460a.html

    #118592

    [size size=150]MERCEDES-BENZ 2017 ROADMAP[/size]

    Pick-Up u GLA Coupé entre otros…

    http://icdn-3.motor1.com/images/mgl/7YWM1/s4/mercedes-benz-2017-roadmap.jpg

    [url url=http://www.motor1.com/news/65733/mercedes-quietly-announces-gla-coupe-and-pickup-for-2017/]enlace[/url]

    #118593

    Teniendo en cuenta que el GLA todavia no ha recibido el facelift, estará basado en el actual o se prevé uno completamente nuevo (hermano del A que ahora rueda camuflado)? O que el actual GLA pase a llamarse GLA coupe, ya que es posible que se presente el año que viene?

    #118594

    Pues yo lo del gla couoe, a menos que haya un nuevo gla, no lo veo nada claro. El gla ni deja de ser un clase a elevado, con paragolpes específicos…una caída más tendida no la veo…y un 3 puertas, viendo las ventas del evoque couoe, tampoco…mb últimamente me sorprende, pero para mal..

    #118595

    [quote quote=»daniS-Line»]Pues yo lo del gla couoe, a menos que haya un nuevo gla, no lo veo nada claro. El gla ni deja de ser un clase a elevado, con paragolpes específicos…una caída más tendida no la veo…y un 3 puertas, viendo las ventas del evoque couoe, tampoco…mb últimamente me sorprende, pero para mal..[/quote]

    Pero que diga Coupé no implica (hoy en día) necesariamente que sea un 3 puertas…

    #118596

    Un Coupe de 3 puertas, no, por favor!, me lloran los ojos!!! 😀

    Lo que me intriga son los GT-R\GTC, los sustitutos del GT???

    #118597
    #118598

    Esta es la hoja de ruta de la familia A de Mercedes, según Autobild
    • Clase A de cinco puertas: abril2018
    • Clase A Sedán: Octubre 2018
    • Clase B: Febrero 2019
    • CLA: Abril 2019
    • CLA Shooting Brake : Julio 2019
    • GLB (Crossover): septiembre 2019
    • GLA: Abril 2020

    http://www.autobild.de/artikel/mercedes-a-klasse-w177-2018-vorschau-5253647.html

    Por lo que se ve, volvemos a no tener el 3p, algo logico si el resto de compactos lo va perdiendo (aunque el concept de la generación anterior anda que no molaba), pero aparece un sedan aparte del CLA, asi que supongo que será el sedan normal y el sedan deportivo, como pasa con el E y el CLS

    #118599

    Mercedes presenta sus nuevos motores
    Es una nueva familiar de motores con 500cc por cilindro:
    – Los 3.0 pasan a ser en L
    – Se añade el filtro de particulas
    – Sistema electrico de 48v

    Nuevas mecanicas:
    – M 264: 2.0 4L turbo: 134cv por litro
    – M 256: 3.0 6L turbo: 408 hp y mas de 500 Nm. Lleva compresor electrico
    – M 176: 4.0 V8 biturbo: 476 hpy alrededor de 700 Nm. Lleva sistema de desconexión de cilindros
    – OM 656: 3.0 6L d biturbo: 313hp

    Nota de prensa, en inglés
    Extensive strategic engine initiative from Mercedes-Benz: More powerful, more economical and cleaner

    Stuttgart/Sindelfingen. The biggest strategic engine initiative in the history of Mercedes-Benz will enter its decisive phase in 2017. Following the launch of the new four-cylinder diesel engine in spring 2016, next year will see the addition of no fewer than four more members to the all-new family of engines: six-cylinder in-line engines in both diesel and petrol versions, a new four-cylinder petrol engine and a new biturbo V8. At the same time, there will be world premieres for ground-breaking technologies, such as the Integrated Starter-Alternator (ISG), the 48 V electrical system and the electric auxiliary compressor (eZV). These new technologies are tuned to the vehicles on state-of-the-art test rigs at the equally new Powertrain Integration Centre (AIZ) in Sindelfingen.

    «More powerful, more economical and cleaner – the new modular family of engines from Mercedes-Benz offers the right powertrain for every vehicle,» says Prof. Dr Thomas Weber, 62, Member of the Daimler Board of Management with responsibility for Group Research at Daimler AG and Mercedes-Benz Cars Development. «The systematic optimisation of our high-tech engines plays a crucial role in the road map towards sustainable mobility. They also need to be designed with a view to all current and future requirements. A key success factor in this regard is the extensive electrification of the powertrain.»

    Systematic electrification: new six-cylinder in-line petrol engine M 256

    The new six-cylinder in-line petrol engine M 256 represents an outstanding example of electrification, including a 48 V electrical system. New, intelligent turbocharging, e.g. with an electric auxiliary compressor (eZV), as well as an Integrated Starter-Alternator (ISG) provide the guarantee of excellent drivability with no turbo lag. The ISG is responsible for hybrid functions, such as boost or energy recovery, while allowing fuel savings that were previously reserved for high-voltage hybrid technology. The bottom line is that the new six-cylinder in-line engine offers the same performance as an eight-cylinder machine while being much more fuel-efficient. The new petrol engine (internal code: M 256) launches next year in the new S-Class.

    Systematic electrification dispenses with the need for a belt drive for ancillary components at the front of the engine, which reduces its overall length. The narrow construction, together with the physical separation of intake/exhaust, creates space for near-engine exhaust aftertreatment. The 48 V electrical system serves not only high power consumers, such as the water pump and air-conditioning compressor, but also the Integrated Starter-Alternator (ISG), which also supplies energy to the battery by means of highly efficient energy recovery.

    An additional bonus is the unsurpassed refinement of the six-cylinder in-line engine. Output and torque are similar to the current eight-cylinder engine, i.e. over 300 kW (408 hp) and more than 500 Nm. In comparison with the previous V6, the CO2 emissions from the engine have been reduced by around 15 percent.

    At 500 cc, the new machine has the same displacement per cylinder as the premium diesel engine family unveiled last year as well as the family of four-cylinder petrol engines.

    Most powerful passenger-car diesel engine in the history of Mercedes-Benz: six-cylinder OM 656

    The new top-of-the-line engine in the premium diesel family is likewise a six-cylinder in-line machine. The characteristics of the OM 656 include the stepped-bowl combustion process, two-stage exhaust turbocharging and, for the first time, the use of CAMTRONIC variable valve timing. Its design features a combination of aluminium engine block and steel pistons as well as further-improved NANOSLIDE® coating of the cylinder walls. Although there is a significant increase in output compared with the previous OM 642 (over 230 kW/313 hp instead of 190 kW/258 hp), the new engine consumes more than seven percent less fuel.

    Like the already unveiled four-cylinder OM654, the new six-cylinder diesel engine OM 656 is likewise designed to comply with future emissions legislation (RDE – Real Driving Emissions). All the components of relevance for efficient emissions reduction are installed directly on the engine. The integrated technology approach of new stepped-bowl combustion process, dynamic multi-way exhaust gas recirculation and near-engine exhaust aftertreatment, combined for the first time with variable valve timing, opens the way for further reductions in consumption together with extremely low emissions. Thanks to the near-engine insulated configuration, exhaust aftertreatment has a low heat loss and extremely favourable operating conditions. This is reinforced by the CAMTRONIC switchable exhaust camshaft, which supports the consumption-neutral heating of the exhaust system.

    Number of cylinders to suit the requirements: new V8 biturbo petrol engine M 176

    Dynamic power delivery combined with high efficiency: the new biturbo (internal code: M 176) is one of the most economical V8 petrol engines in the world. Its special features include cylinder shutoff at part load as well as the positioning of the turbochargers in the V between the cylinder banks. From its 3982 cc displacement, the new V8 biturbo produces over 350 kW (476 hp) with a maximum torque of around 700 Nm from 2000 rpm. The new engine will consume over 10 percent less fuel than its predecessor, which is rated at 335 kW (455 hp). The new V8 will launch with this technology next year in the new S-Class.

    For lower fuel consumption, when operated at part load the new M 176 shuts off four cylinders simultaneously by means of CAMTRONIC valve timing. This reduces the pumping losses while improving the overall efficiency of the remaining four cylinders by shifting the operating point towards higher loads.

    Sporty specific output: new four-cylinder petrol engine M 264

    A two-litre four-cylinder engine with a specific output of around 100 kW: the new Toptype petrol engine from Mercedes-Benz (internal code: M 264) advances into output regions previously reserved for high-displacement six-cylinder machines. At the same time, it consumes significantly less fuel than a comparable six-cylinder engine. The engine’s special features include twin-scroll turbochargers, belt-driven 48 V starter-alternator (BSA) and electric 48 V water pump.

    The BSA is also responsible for fuel-saving hybrid functions:

    – Easy start: virtually imperceptible starting and acceleration of the engine
    – Boost in the engine-speed range up to 2500 rpm
    – Energy recovery up to 12.5 kW
    – Shifting of the load point: allows operation in a more favourable area of the engine map
    – Coasting with engine off.

    In the interests of high power output and a spontaneous engine response, Mercedes-Benz has opted for twin-scroll turbocharging. Unlike conventional systems, a twin-scroll turbocharger merges the exhaust gas ducts of cylinder pairs in the flow-optimised manifold. This turbocharging concept with systematic cylinder flow separation produces high torque in the low-rpm range together with high specific output. Further efficiency measures include intake CAMTRONIC and a friction loss reduction package.

    Even cleaner: particulate filter for petrol engines as standard

    Mercedes-Benz is the first manufacturer to opt for the large-scale use of particulate filters for petrol engines to further improve their environmental compatibility. After more than two years of positive experience in the field with the S 500, in 2017 further S-Class variants will be equipped with the new M 256 and M 176 petrol engines with this technology. The filter will then be gradually introduced in other new vehicle models, facelifted models and new engine generations, such as the M 264.

    The particulate filter for petrol engines reduces the emissions of fine soot particles. How it works: the exhaust-gas stream is supplied to a particulate filter system. The filter has a honeycomb structure with alternately sealed inlet and outlet channels. This forces the exhaust gas to flow through a porous filter wall, which traps the soot. The filter can be continuously regenerated under corresponding driving conditions.

    New Powertrain Integration Centre (AIZ): state-of-the-art test rigs

    With its new Powertrain Integration Centre (AIZ), in summer 2016 Mercedes-Benz took into service one of the automotive industry’s most advanced test facilities. A total of ten vehicle test rigs inside the all-new state-of-the-art building in Sindelfingen are used for such purposes as the fine tuning of engine and transmission – comfort, dynamics and agility are matched to each other. The highlights include test rigs with high-precision torque measurement directly at the wheels of the vehicle as well as a test rig with a climatic altitude chamber, which uses partial vacuum to simulate an altitude of up to 5000 metres at temperatures of down to -30°C, while the vehicle operates fully automatically on a chassis dynamometer.

    The new building at the Sindelfingen Mercedes-Benz Technology Centre (MTC) houses ten vehicle test rigs for tuning vehicles and their powertrains. The new building used 16,800 m3 of concrete, equivalent to the capacity of five Olympic swimming pools. There were also 2500 tonnes of reinforcing steel. The designers of the AIZ attached great importance to energy recovery, with 98 percent of the electric braking energy produced on the test rigs being fed back into the power network. Also, the air conditioning of the test rigs is energy-neutral for two-thirds of the year, which means that no power is consumed from the joint network. With all ten test rigs in continuous operation, this would be the same as supplying around 7500 households with electricity.

    #118600

    La plataforma MFA2 dispondrá de más modelos, 8

    Lo acaba de confirmar Britta Seeger en el salón estadounidense
    Asi que así podria quedar la gama:
    – A
    – A sedan
    – B
    – CLA
    – CLA Shooting brake
    – GLA
    – GLB

    Me quedaria uno ¿B 7 plazas? ¿SLA?

    http://www.carscoops.com/2017/01/mercedes-to-add-four-door-sedan-and-suv.html

    #118601

    Se ha confirmado un maybach suv.

    #118602

    [quote quote=»A.P.M.»]La plataforma MFA2 dispondrá de más modelos, 8

    Lo acaba de confirmar Britta Seeger en el salón estadounidense
    Asi que así podria quedar la gama:
    – A
    – A sedan
    – B
    – CLA
    – CLA Shooting brake
    – GLA
    – GLB

    Me quedaria uno ¿B 7 plazas? ¿SLA?

    http://www.carscoops.com/2017/01/mercedes-to-add-four-door-sedan-and-suv.html[/quote]

    Según Autopista el GLB es 7 plazas.

    #118603

    [quote quote=»RadiK-Alfa»][quote quote=»A.P.M.»]La plataforma MFA2 dispondrá de más modelos, 8

    Lo acaba de confirmar Britta Seeger en el salón estadounidense
    Asi que así podria quedar la gama:
    – A
    – A sedan
    – B
    – CLA
    – CLA Shooting brake
    – GLA
    – GLB

    Me quedaria uno ¿B 7 plazas? ¿SLA?

    http://www.carscoops.com/2017/01/mercedes-to-add-four-door-sedan-and-suv.html[/quote]

    Según Autopista el GLB es 7 plazas.[/quote]

    Al parecer, proponian 2 versiones, una de 5 y otra larga de 7 plazas
    Pero claro, solo Mercedes sabe lo que hay preparado. Bueno, y Autobild algo sabrá tambien 😀

    #118604
    #118605

    Osea que se llamara cls como hasta ahora y no cle como se especulaba, y que es lo de long wheel base?, modelos para china supongo…

    #118606

    A mi lo que me llama mucho la atención es lo que acompaña al G-Class, Facelift. Estaba seguro que sería un modelo nuevo, aunque muy similar…

    #118607

    A mí también me llama la atención lo de G facelift.

    Y también no leer nada de un nuevo CLA… ¿será que el A sedán ocupará ese hueco?

    #118608

    Y el Clase A 5 puertas? No saldrá hasta 2019? Es todo muy raro.

    #118609

    Rumorlogia: parece que Mercedes seguiria pensando en un utilitario
    Para ello, podria acortar la plataforma modular del A. Dice que deberia estar sobre los 20.000€. PEro tambien dice que puede ser algo dificil porque es una base cara, y que podria ahí intervenir las sinergias con otros grupos. Y entraria Renault-Nissan a escena.
    Dicen que podria ser un utlitario de 3 puertas

    noticia en alemán
    http://www.autobild.de/artikel/mercedes-kleinwagen-a-city-2022-vorschau-13730461.html

    Creo que llevan años habandose de esta posibilidad, pero creo recordar que Mercedes dijo que no entraria en ese estrato. Pero siguen los rumores…

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