“Charged” Mercedes-Benz A-Class Ended in an Accident at the Nurburgring

September 16, 2012 at 12:15

We know that the websites are only interested in posting good news about the auto concerns, but we will be honest and will post some real news from the live of a Mercedes-Benz company. Prototype, which is called “charged”, a hatchback Mercedes-Benz A-Class of the next generation was involved in an accident on the “Nordschleife” N?rburgring. The car lost control and flew to the bump, seriously damaging the left side of the car. It is reported by site Motorauthority.

Image of the 2009 Mercedes A-Class

Image of the 2009 Mercedes A-Class

The world premiere of the powerful “A-Class” is scheduled for a September in the motor show in Paris. Hot hatch will be equipped with the most powerful four-cylinder petrol engine in the range of “Mercedes” – 330-hp two-liter turbo engine, and is paired with a seven-speed robotic gearbox with two clutches. It is expected that the first “hundred” model will be able to get in 5.1 seconds.

Photo of a blue A-clss Mercedes

Photo of a blue A-clss Mercedes

As previously stated by representatives of “Mercedes”, the new product will have all-wheel drive system with electrohydraulic clutch Haldex, which promised to set up a rear-drive accent. According to employees, a hot hatch will be faster than their competitors in the corners with fully migrated suspension and extended track. Model will have a stabilization system with three modes and the ability to completely disable it.

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