Since its foundation in 2008, wheels are the absolute passion of the LOMA company in Baden-Wuerttemberg. Under creative leadership of Mario RADOSAVLJEVIC – by the way, a man with the reputation never to sleep and ever to be in contact – are manufactured forged aluminum wheels and exclusive aerodynamic hang-on parts. In order to be able to make all necessary tests in fields of racing sports and after market, the decision was a subsequent one to displace the company head quarter to Marbella – after “stopover” in the Catalan Barcelona. Near this place, the Circuito Ascari, which is popular also inside of German racing teams, is at the company’s disposition.
We live in an age where specialists try to optimize nearly everything that comes „off the peg“. That applies also for cars. Who is looking for the right tuning company for the latter ones will necessarily meet the IMSA GmbH at Brueggen on the Lower Rhine – namely in fields of premium cars. Here, power improvements are made in unimagined dimensions, and weight reducing aerodynamics optimizations are made with “surgical rigor” in absolutely precise handwork. Examples for can be found all over the world.
Prior Design is proud to announce the launch of its new widebody aero-kit for the Mercedes SLS AMG. Combining elegant, sport & raw racing look, the PD900GTWB Aero-Kit turns SLS into real monster!
Just rolled out the first GT’s to the dealers, wheelsandmore now presents, in time for the Geneva Motor Show, as first tuner in the world, already a refined version of the AMG GT + AMG GT S coupé.
The focus here is on the in Germany hand-crafted, 3-pieces forged wheels of the type 6Sporz² and the concave wheel F.I.W.E. with central locking optics. On the front axle in 9,0×21 inches with 245/30/21 and on the rear axle in handsome 11,5 inches with 305/25/21 tires.
Only three months after the S-Class sedan, MANSORY now presents its refinement program for the Mercedes sports Coupé at the Geneva Motor Show. Masculine body extensions, powerful 986 HP and artfully hand-crafted interior modifications characterise the S 63 AMG Coupé refinement program baptised by MANSORY with the name DIAMOND EDITION.
Mercedes-AMG will ring in the 2015 motorsport season at the beginning of March with the sonorous sound of the V8 engine: the new Mercedes-AMG GT3, with which the Mercedes-Benz sports car and high-performance brand is systematically expanding its motorsports presence, will be making its debut appearance at the Geneva Motor Show. Developed to comply with the FIA’s GT3 race rules, the racing car will compete in the world’s most hotly contested customer race series. Cutting-edge racing technology and spectacular design predestine the new challenger for victories. The new GT3 is based on the Mercedes-AMG GT, which is being launched in just a few days’ time. Following an intensive test phase, the new AMG racing car will be shipped to the first customer teams at the end of 2015.
With the new Mercedes-AMG GT model range, the Mercedes-AMG sports car brand is moving into a new segment. As the second sports car developed entirely in-house by Mercedes-AMG, the GT has everything you would expect from an authentic Mercedes-AMG, from the characteristic styling, thoroughbred motorsport technology to the optimum weight distribution.
Not many people pay attention to their car’s cooling system. Especially when a car has low mileage, there’s little to be concerned about, however, as the miles pile on things may start to happen. Lets take a look at what your coolant system does and things that you can do to make it last for years.
The primary job of an automobile’s cooling system is to remove the excess heat generates as you run your engine. As a result of combustion, the coolant temperature in a car can heat up to well over 200 degrees, and that energy has to go somewhere! That’s when the engine coolant starts working. The coolant absorbs engine heat and transfers it to the radiator where it is dissipated into the outside air.
As a car owner, you should know that a major factor that affects the reliability of your cooling system is the frequency of regular maintenance it receives -such as coolant changes and checks of hoses and belts. Motorists should consult their owner’s manual for specific recommendations about how often to flush the coolant system and change the coolant. A coolant removes dirt or sediment that has accumulated over the years.
Something that all drivers should know how is how to check the coolant level in their cars. It should be regularly checked at the reservoir and there are indicator lines that will show you what level it should be at. If you are unfamiliar with what your car’s coolant reservoir looks like, and how indicator level lines work, consult your owner’s manual. If the coolant is low in the reservoir, Reedman Toll Jaguar recommends a 50/50 mix of approved antifreeze and water should be added. By the way, when the coolant level is checked, do a visual inspection of hoses, belts for age-related cracks, and the radiator for any coolant leaks.
Drivers should always be aware of signs of trouble, particularly with older cars. Obvious signs of cooling system problems are the vehicle temperature gauge on the dash rising near the danger zone. If the temperature gauge does rise into the red zone, you can be almost certain that you have a cooling system problem of some sort. If see leakage of a green fluid inside your car, under the hood or on the ground under your car, you likely have a coolant leak and should consult a mechanic.
The coolant systems in today’s cars are very reliable and only need periodic maintenance. If you attend to the manufacturer’s maintenance schedule and perform a visual inspection periodically, your car’s coolant system should last for many, many years.