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1984 Airborne S220
Well. S200 began to be outdated, nothing special. Airborne engineers wanted to see how the hatchback-looking coupe will sell in the 80's. Here's how the idea of newer, sportier model of S-class line, S220 began. It features turbocharged 6 cylinder engine that produced extreme amount of power, 260 PS (95 PS more than in S200!) and had bigger placement, that is 2,2 litre. The car wasn't selling very good, so developers almost instantly began to create an successor with bigger engine, S230. But we're at this model. Here are the photos:
1955 Airborne Monocoque
Well, I mentioned an monocoque revolution in-company. In fact, it was like that when the monocoque chassis was introduced, all ladder chassis in development, produced or planned were ceased along with most of cars with them. However, the idea of luxury cruiser for the US was saved and moved to a Airborne Monocoque. In fact, it's first in-company car with monocoque chassis, which set up new standards of safety, stiffness and reliability. With 300 HP and 125 mm wheels (still bugs -_-) it was pretty safe, unless you're mad and can't drive the car even when going on drag strip. From wheels topic, it also had 19" wheels. Default color for this one was one called Dark Green. Photos:
1961 Airborne Beta
Tornado doesn't have an successor oficially. But the Beta Mk1 can be taken as one with most things from the 1952 car. It was presented in 1961 as a production car. The car was an almost instant hit! At the first hour of presentation 6 thousand orders came. It had bigger tyres, but also more power, which was 352 PS, giving it possibility to compete with V8 cruisers when being smaller, lighter and having a good handling. The car was RWD and pretty cool looking. On some parts of it were used on the 1970 Supercoupe. Enjoy!
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