Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-AMG GLC R8 S Premium vs Porsche 911 Turbo Sport at the Geneva Motor Show
Mercedes-AMS GLC is bringing back the GT-R.
The sports carmaker is bringing the all-new, rear-wheel-drive Mercedes-Aero RS to the Geneva auto show.
The RS-class will compete against Porsche 911s and Audi R8s for the top honors in the class.
Porsche has an all-electric, high-performance version called the 919.
Audi is launching a new version, the A7.
The Mercedes-GLC RS will offer an upgraded chassis with a carbon-fiber monocoque, and will sport a 5.8-liter V8 engine.
It will also get a rear-mounted engine.
The Mercedes-Porsche 911 TurboS will be powered by a 5-speed manual transmission.
The Porsche 911 RS will get a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
The new Mercedes-Amgen GLC RS has a new body, a carbon fiber monocoquette, and a new nose with more carbon fiber.
The RS will also be fitted with new Brembo brakes, which are lighter than those used in the Porsche 911.
The body panels will also have been redesigned to reduce weight.
The front of the RS will be revised with a rear wing and a longer rear bumper.
The rear of the car will also feature an additional, smaller wing, with a larger ventilated lip, to accommodate a larger rear window.
The interior will be updated with a new driver-assist system.
A six-point harness is standard, and the RS offers a rearview camera, heated front seats, a driver-seat armrest, and an all new power driver seat.
The new Mercedes RS will feature new leather seats.
The car will come with a five-inch infotainment screen with a 12.3-inch touchscreen.
The system will offer navigation, music streaming, and satellite radio.
The driver will be able to operate the Mercedes-AMP’s adaptive cruise control, a new standard feature on the 911 Turbo and Audi RS.
This new system uses the car’s steering and brake pedal inputs to adjust the car to match the speed of traffic.
The system can be controlled with the smartphone app or with a mouse.
The driver can even access the system with the touch of a button.
The rear of a Mercedes- AMG RS will have a new instrument cluster with a large LED display.
The cluster features a full-color driver-information display and a driver’s information display for each wheel.
The center cluster will have four smaller displays for fuel, speed, distance traveled, and other information.
The cluster also has a digital driver’s seat-navigation system that uses a map to keep the car in the right lane and avoid blind spots.
The car will be fitted this year with the new Mercedes S-Class architecture.
The vehicle will come standard with the driver’s control system.
The instrument cluster features an LED display with an integrated speedometer.
The LED display also shows the current speed of the Mercedes Benz vehicle, with the distance traveled displayed in kilometers.
The display also displays the number of miles driven and the time remaining.
The gauge cluster also includes a digital speedometer with a temperature sensor and a brake pressure sensor.
The brake pressure gauge also shows a pressure reading.
The gauges can be programmed to display various driving data, such as miles traveled, speed and distance traveled.
A navigation system for the Mercedes RS-Class will be integrated with the vehicle’s steering wheel, with steering wheel-mounted infotactics, which can be adjusted for different driving modes, such a “Sport” mode or “City.”
The Mercedes’ new adaptive cruise controls feature an automatic “steer-by-wire” mode for the driver, while the automatic “drive-by wire” mode can be used in manual mode.
A digital instrument cluster also provides a map display and digital instrument panel for driving.
The navigation system is a touch screen.
A new instrument panel with a touchscreen will be used for navigation and audio.
The steering wheel will be mounted with two digital displays, one for the center of the road and one for navigation.
The centre display includes a speedometer, fuel gauge, brake pressure and distance.
The speedometer displays the speed the car is going, and brake pressure displays the pressure applied to the brake.
The distance display includes speed at a given distance.
A green indicator will show when the car has reached the destination.
The digital instrument display also features the “speedometer”, “fuel gauge”, and brake temperature reading.
The fuel gauge shows the temperature of the fuel used to power the car.
The temperature reading can be displayed as a percentage of the temperature at the time of the reading.
In manual mode, the temperature reading is displayed as the percentage of temperature at which the car was driving.
In manual mode the speedometer