Nowadays, most, if not all, of Mercedes-Benz vehicles have a sporty claim. Things like aggressive styling, large wheels and particularly sporty drives are a must. But if you go back a few years, a Mercedes had only one purpose: to be a luxurious, comfortable vehicle. And this one 1972 Mercedes-Benz 280 SE is such a vehicle. But it was now on E-drive rebuilt. The battery and drive train come from a 2013 Nissan Leaf and so the classic remains especially for the pleasant Cruising designed. The acceleration from 0-100 km / h in 9,1 seconds is even relatively identical to the original. Actually a successful project in our opinion. Actually ... Because we cannot fully explain why the interior is equipped with a steering wheel cut off at the top.
digital instrument cluster, infotainment system & Co.
The other new features in the cabin in the form of the digital one instrument cluster, One Infotainment system, One Cruise Control, electrical power windows, Airbags, ABS, Power Steering and even one Backup camera are on the other hand cool. And also the idea that Vintage look keeping it outside is good. Only under the hood there is nothing left to be seen from the past few days. The electric drive unit sits where the engine was before, and that too new chassis is not visible from the outside. Incidentally, we find the hidden charging connection behind the license plate particularly cool. Apart from "all electric“Lettering and the lack of background noise, there is no indication of the extensive changes
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1972 Mercedes 280 SE (W 116) as an electric mod conversion!
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