The Mercedes-Benz W128 220 Sedan of 1960 embodied the previous decades dignified style with its refined lines and classic contours. An elegant symbol of post-war success, the 220 sedan was more than just a car, it was a statement of sophistication. Designed by Friedrich Geiger, the 220 sedan had a long and sleek body that was both elegant and dignified. Its grille featured a chrome star logo while its headlights were symmetrical and mounted in the front wings. The bonnet and boot were beautifully sculpted, giving it a clean and classic look. The interior of the 220 was equally luxurious and comfortable. The seats were trimmed in leather or artificial leather and had foam cushions for optimal comfort. The dashboard featured wood veneers and aluminum trim for a timeless feel. Adding to its character, the dashboard was highlighted by an elegant analog clock. Under the hood, the 220 boasted a powerful 2.2-liter inline-6 engine. With a power output of 80 horsepower, it was capable of reaching a top speed of 119 mph. It was mated to a 4-speed manual transmission with a column-shift that provided crisp gear changes. The 220 sedan was an undeniable statement of success and sophistication. With its elegant exterior and luxurious interior, it was the perfect symbol of post-war prosperity. It was a timeless classic in every sense and a worthy symbol of the Mercedes-Benz legacy.
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