The Mercedes-Benz Benz 4-Land Speed Record Car OW 1914 is a classic example of automotive performance and engineering from the early 20th century. The car was an open-wheel, four-cylinder racer, built to compete in the European Land Speed Record competition in 1914. It was powered by a Mercedes-Benz 7.1 liter engine, capable of producing around 140 hp and a top speed of 155mph. In its day, the Benz 4-Land Speed Record Car was a powerhouse amongst its peers, with its high power levels and lightweight construction giving it an edge over other performance-oriented racers. The car itself was relatively small compared to most modern racing vehicles, featuring a chassis that was just 9 feet in length and 5 feet wide. It was clad with a simple and lightweight aluminum body that tipped the scales at less than 1000 lbs. Its four-cylinder engine, fitted with a Roots-type supercharger, sat low and close to the center of the car, giving the Benz 4-Land an aggressive turbo look. Behind the engine was a three-speed transmission, connected to a four-wheel drive system. The Mercedes-Benz Benz 4-Land Speed Record Car OW 1914 was a revolutionary vehicle in terms of speed and performance. It was an impressive feat of engineering and a testament to the spirit of ambition and competition that endured throughout the early days of motor racing. The cars speed and power created a new benchmark for all future vehicles to strive for and set a standard for decades to come.
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