The second series was manufactured, from 1937 on, the regular production of the 260D based on the Mercedes-Benz W143, with a four-speed fully synchronized transmission. The chassis was based on contemporary Mercedes technology and had transverse leaf spring independent front suspension and swing axles at the rear. The brakes were hydraulic. A range of body types were made including saloons, landaulettes and cabriolets. After World War II, the production of diesel engined cars was resumed with the Mercedes-Benz 170D in 1949.
A surviving example of the car is displayed at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany.
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(Pagani Zonda)760 OLIVER Evolution
The OLIVER Evolution is based on the 760 RS model and specially built for a Pagani collector. Unlike other special edition Zondas, this 760 has a uniquely designed rear spoiler which was engineered by one of the world GT champions to generate the maximum downforce to give the ultimate grip on the circuit. The car was tested by the Toyota factory driver and GT500 champion Akira Iida on Fuji Speedway during the Pagani Raduno in Japan this year. Mr Iida commented the Zonda Oliver Evolution is the best handling and closest to the Zonda Evolution R road car he has ever driven. Pagani Zonda wallpapers#mclaren #Bentley #BugattiVeyron #ToyotaSupra #AudiRS3