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Latest technology inside the Mercedes Benz models you have the automated switching lanes assistant! Easily useable while speed control on and indicator in the direction you want to switch! 👌🏼
Totally genius I love it! 💪🏼
Can you GUESS the car by the sound and interior? 🤔
COMMENT your Guess below! 👇🏼
Wish you all guys a great start into the weekend! Have a great one and enjoy my friends 😊
P.S. Passenger and driver were safe with seatbelts on and no one else was harmed or damaged while taking this video! This Highway had no speedlimit! Please all drive safe and watch out for others!
Mercedes Benz ? by @mercedesbenzrheinruhr
Awesome spec on this #Ferrari488Pista ! Pista is Italian for track. The Pista is the next limited edition track focused mid engined V8 from #Ferrari !
I think this is one of the best looking cars. What do you think about the Pista?
All the hoes lose they mind when they see me stunting
Dope Boys lose they mind when they hear me coming
All the haters get to running when they hear that choppa
drumming, Blllluuupp, blllluup bumping #goalsnotdreams
1 17 hours ago
McLaren 600LT 🇬🇧
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Still pinching myself that this actually happened. Such a huge thanks to @shmee150 for letting us tag along on his trip through Death Valley and giving us the opportunity to shoot his GT in such an insane location; this has literally been a dream come true. Hope y’all like this car, because there is MUCH more to come from this!
Chrysler’s executives commissioned it in 1955 and it was designed by Giovanni Savonuzzi of Italy’s Ghia coachbuilding firm. The car was shaped to take a gas turbine, but it was never fitted with one: the Gilda toured the show circuit with a 1.5-liter OSCA four-pot, then was handed over to the Henry Ford Museum.
The Gilda (as it was known)—named after Rita Hayworth’s famous role in the 1946 film of the same name—is not a Chrysler in the way a 300 or a Hemi engine is, but it would certainly not exist without the company.
The subsequent owner had the ambitious idea to turn the Gilda in a fully functional car fifty years after it was first created. Respecting its highly original condition, he fitted a 70 bhp AiResearch jet engine under the rear deck. Computer simulations have revealed that propelled by just 70 bhp, the slippery Ghia Aerodynamic X would be capable of a top speed of 160 mph. We are unaware of any attempts made to try and match these figures in real life.