The Mercedes-Benz Flying Duchman Land Speed Rekord Car OW 1905 is the first automobile ever to achieve a land speed record of 120 km/h (75 mph). Introduced in 1905 as an evolution from the 1902 and 1903 models, the OW 1905 featured some of the most advanced technology of its time. An aerodynamically-driven performance machine, the OW 1905 featured a lightweight frame built out of aluminum, making it the lightest car on the market at the time. This combined with its powerful four-cylinder, 9 horsepower engine allowed the OW 1905 to climb rapidly up to its top speeds. The car is also equipped with four gears, a front-mounted radiator, an adjustable steering column, and solid rubber tires, further aiding its performance. Visually, the OW 1905 reflects its timeless pedigree, with a two-tone green livery, minimalistic spoked wheels, and a classic 'Mercedes' badge that demonstrate its timeless design. The interior is equally impressive, featuring an adjustable front seat, handcrafted leather accents, and a stylish, ergonomic dashboard unlike any other at the time. Soaring through the streets of Germany and into the history books, the Mercedes-Benz OW 1905 is the standard of engineering excellence, representing the best engineering of its time, and inspiring innovation and design today.
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