(Mercedes Ponton) The first of the ‘Ponton’ models to go into production was the 1953 Mercedes-Benz W120, 1.8 L (110 cu in) four-cylinder, four-door sedan, available as the 180 petrol and the 180D diesel. In 1954 the Mercedes-Benz W180 six-cylinder executive / luxury model 220a was added, developed mostly by stretching the W120’s body by 170 mm (6.7 in), complemented by a new rear suspension. 100 mm (3.9 in) was needed to fit the longer straight six engine block, and 70 mm (2.8 in) longer rear doors benefited legroom in the passenger cabin. In 1956, the six-cylinder model was expanded into an entire range. The 220a was upgraded to become the 220S. A third saloon series, the Mercedes-Benz W105 was created by grafting the six-cylinder nose onto the shorter center and rear body of the four-cylinder. Fitted with a detuned version of the straight-six, it was sold as the model 219. Additionally, new two-door coupe and convertible bodies were offered for the 220S, on a shortened wheelbase.
In 1956, the four-cylinder model also received an all new, short-stroke 1.9 L (120 cu in) petrol engine option, the 190 (or W121 internally), and in 1957, the old 1.8 litre in the 180 was replaced by a detuned version of the 1.9 litre. In 1958, the base range was further completed by also offering a 1.9 litre diesel.
In 1958, the 220S models were upgraded with fuel injection, and became the Mercedes-Benz W128, or 220SE series. The models 180(D) and 190(D) received further updates in 1959 and 1961. chevrolet wallpapers, lamborghini, mitsubish wallpapers, Mercedes Ponton wallpapers, maserati wallpapers
(Nissan Pulsar)In October 2014, Nissan introduced the 1.6-liter DIG-T which develops 140 kW (188 hp). The 1.6 model was launched for sale in March 2015.
The Pulsar is built at Nissan’s Barcelona, Spain plant, instead of Sunderland, United Kingdom.
In Russia, the Tiida-badged version was being assembled in Izhevsk since January 2015 but the production lasted until December of the same year due to low sales.
The Pulsar was discontinued in Europe on 12 September 2018 due to poor demand, after its production ended in June of the same year. The C13 is still sold in China under the name of Nissan Tiida Nissan Pulsar wallpapers#LamborghiniMiura #FerrariFF #BugattiVeyron #PorscheCayenne #AudiRS3