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  Mercedes-Benz Vision R

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Country of origin:Germany
Produced in:2004
Introduced at:2004 Paris Motor Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Click here to download printer friendly versionThe Sports Tourer concept developed by Mercedes-Benz is becoming more versatile. At the Paris Motor Show the Stuttgart brand is presenting a study for this future-oriented touring car in two variants for the first time: the European version of the Vision R Grand Sports Tourer is now joined by the new Vision B Compact Sports Tourer. Mercedes-Benz is thereby underlining the potential of this vehicle concept for a new model family.

Design, dynamism, dimensions - these are the shared hallmarks of the Sports Tourers which make them individual and distinctive. The Sports Tourers are equipped with high-torque CDI diesel engines. In the Grand Sports Tourer Vision R a newly developed V6 power unit ensures effortless performance. It has an output of 160 kW/ 218 hp and already generates a maximum torque of 510 Newton metres from 1800 rpm.

The Grand Sports Tourer Vision R, which Mercedes-Benz is presenting in its European version with a wheelbase of 2980 millimetres in Paris, is designed as a 4+2-seater. The passengers have the benefit of comfortable, single seats and a high level of spaciousness. Tasteful appointments with fine leather and decorative trim of ash-wood and aluminium contribute to the feel-good atmosphere in the spacious interior.

Thanks to four-wheel drive, air suspension and the new V6 diesel engine, the large Sports Tourer has everything needed for dynamic driving pleasure. Equipped with the 7G-TRONIC seven-speed automatic transmission, the six-cylinder powerplant consumes less than nine litres of fuel per 100 kilometres. The exhaust emissions meet the EU-4 standards, and the additive-free particulate filter system developed by Mercedes-Benz also reduces soot emissions.

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