2002 Mercedes-Benz F400 Carving Concept

Highlighting Mercedes-Benz’s stand was an outrageous concept that leans in corners. Called the F400 active research vehicle, the concept uses “active camber control” to tilt the front wheels up to 20 degrees from vertical. Using custom-made tires, Benz says, the Carving system can provide 30 percent more lateral stability than a regular car and cornering forces of 1.28 g. That’s 28 percent better than most sports cars. The special tires, with a slightly rounded shoulder tread resembling a motorcycle tire’s, are a necessity. Talk about a trick system. Too bad Mercedes couldn’t have added “active attractiveness control” to the styling. Click here to read more.. »

Scribbled on October 3rd 2008 in Mercedes Benz F400, Mercedes-Benz
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