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Mercedes-Benz uses a cat to show off CLA’s aerodynamics

The latest TV commercial for the Mercedes-Benz CLA doesn’t star a celebrity or feature a ride across a stunning countryside. Instead, there’s a cat sleeping on the hood of a CLA 180. As the cat sleeps, it pays (almost) no heed to the wind pushing it across the top surface of the vehicle. The commercial, simply dubbed “Cat”, was made to play up the aerodynamic qualities of the CLA. According to the automaker, the CLA is the world’s most aerodynamic production car. With the most aerodynamic body design among serial cars at the moment, the CLA as such should allow for better efficiency, better performance, and a driving experience unlike… Continue Reading »

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Notable Aerodynamics On Mercedes-Benz CLA

The latest Mercedes-Benz CLA combines ground-breaking aerodynamics with a revolutionary design. This was revealed through the official website of Mercedes-Benz UK. The vehicle sets the standard among all car models of the luxury vehicle manufacturer with its notable aerodynamic design. In addition, the vehicle also serves the benchmark among all series production vehicle models around the world. A number of aerodynamic optimization measures resulted to the incomparable airflow of the Mercedes-Benz CLA. Among these measures are the modified front apron, specially-designed aero-alloy wheels, serrated wheel spoilers and its adjustable radiator shutter. The serrated wheel spoilers are positioned along the front as well as the rear wheel arches of the vehicle…. Continue Reading »

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Concept for a Trailer? The Mercedes Aero Trailer

For years, car companies have been using the aerodynamic technology in cars, however, no one has done anything for trailers yet. As of present, trailers are like oven toasters with wheels. Mercedes-Benz knows the need for a trailer designed with a front airdam, rear diffuser, rear end special design and lateral panels. Which are found in the Mercedes-Benz Aero Trailer. The three star brand also figures that the trailer can travel at 150,000km per year and the fuel consumption will be reduced by 5%. There’s one downside for this design though, with the rear end having a different design it will have to be half-meter past the length allowed by… Continue Reading »

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