Mercedes-Benz 400 model (1924-1929)

The Mercedes 400 was a large automobile introduced by Daimler in 1924. Production continued till 1929 by which time Daimler had merged with Benz & Cie as a result of which the car’s name had changed to Mercedes-Benz Typ 400. Engine: Six Cylinder 3920 cc Power: 70PS (51KW) Before the mid-1926 year merger Daimler

The New Mercedes-Benz AMG GT3

The Mercedes-AMG GT3 is powered by an optimised AMG 6.3-litre V8 engine. The hallmarks of the 404 kW (550 hp), high-revving, naturally aspirated powerplant with dry sump lubrication are its high reliability and long service intervals. For maximum racing performance, the sequential six-speed racing transmission is mounted on the rear axle

Volkswagen Polo Mk1

The Volkswagen Polo Mk1 is the first generation of the Volkswagen Polo supermini. It was produced from 1975 until 1981. The original Polo, a rebadged version of the Audi 50, was introduced in 1975 on mainland Europe and was launched in the UK and the Isle of Man in 1976. The differences

Volkswagen GOLF MK7 Models

The Volkswagen Golf Mk7 is a compact car, the seventh generation of the Volkswagen Golf and the successor to the Volkswagen Golf Mk6. Golf Sportsvan / SV Based on the VW Sportvan concept shown at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show and sold as the Sportsvan in many markets. It uses the VW Group

Volkswagen GOLF MK6 Models

The Volkswagen Golf Mk6 (or VW Typ 5K or MK VI) is a compact car, the sixth generation of the Volkswagen Golf and the successor to the Volkswagen Golf Mk5. It was unveiled at the Paris Auto Show in October 2008. Volkswagen released pictures and information on August 6, 2008, prior

Volkswagen GOLF MK5 Models

The Volkswagen Golf Mk5 (codenamed Typ 1K) is a compact car, the fifth generation of the Volkswagen Golf and the successor to the Volkswagen Golf Mk4. Mk5 Jetta Volkswagen marketed the three-box sedan variant of the Mk5 Golf in 2004, as the Jetta in North America and Europe, replacing the "Bora" name

Volkswagen GOLF MK4 Models

The Volkswagen Golf Mk4[2] (or VW Type 1J) is a compact car, the fourth generation of the Volkswagen Golf and the successor to the Volkswagen Golf Mk3. Launched in October 1997, it was the best selling car in Europe in 2001 (though it slipped to second place, behind the Peugeot 206,

Volkswagen GOLF MK3 Models

The Volkswagen Golf Mk3 is a small family car, the third generation of the Volkswagen Golf and the successor to the Volkswagen Golf Mk2. It was launched in mainland Europe in August 1991,[2] in the United Kingdom in February 1992, and in North America in the spring of 1994. Variant For the first

Volkswagen GOLF MK2 Models

The Volkswagen Golf Mk2 is a compact car, the second generation of the Volkswagen Golf and the successor to the Volkswagen Golf Mk1. It was Volkswagen's highest volume seller from 1983 and remained in (German) production until late 1992. Golf Mark 2 The second-generation Volkswagen Golf (also known as the Typ 19E until