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Mercedes ML250 BlueTec Special Edition

Mercedes‘ new special edition for Australian customers is the model ML250 BlueTec Special Edition, which on the local market costs 90,400 Australian dollars. In short, the Mercedes ML250 BlueTec Special Edition, among others, boasts adaptive bi-xenon headlights, 20-inch alloy wheels, a system that warns the driver of the vehicle about the blind spot, a 360 ° camera system, a system that warns the driver that got out of its lane without the involvement of the turn signal and much more.
special edition for Australian customers is the model ML250 BlueTec Special Edition Under the hood is a 2.1-liter four-cylinder diesel engine with 150 kW/204Hp and 500 Nm, enough to accelerate to 60mph in 9.0 seconds. special edition for Australian customers is the model ML250 BlueTec Special Edition

Toyota Unveiled Camatte 57s, Folding Car

Toyota has used the upcoming Toy Fair in Tokyo to present a strange concept car that will actually be able to adapt. Before anyone thought to be confused with a thousand screws and springs in front of a complicated plan for concluding, we note that it is only a body panel assembly that will allow you to personalize this fun sports car. Toyota Camatte 57s is a Full-Sized Toy Car for Kids The name of this small electric car, aiming to attract the younger generation is “Camatte 57s” and the title number is the number of plates that must be attached to the outside of the car during assembly. This concept vehicle is designed so that children can ride it, so the whole control system is adaptable, and can manage and support the back seat from which the parent could help and control inexperienced driver while driving. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQlzbn-o5vs[/youtube] Toyota Camatte 57s Concept Electric Car