The 1955 Mercedes-Benz W196 Streamliner F1 Roadster is a classic Formula 1 racecar. The car was designed to be light weight, yet durable, with a streamlined aerodynamic shape to maximize performance. With a powerful 1150-horsepower, eight-cylinder in-line engine, this car produces a top speed of 240 mph. The frame of the car is made from lightweight alloy with a reinforced steel backbone, for excellent performance on the race track. The suspension features double wishbones on each corner, combined with torsion bar springs and telescopic shock absorbers for a smooth ride. To further enhance performance, the W196 has a four-speed manual transmission and a high-performance brake system, with ventilated discs and aluminum drums for quick stopping and pairing with four-wheel independent suspension. The exterior is painted a pearl white with distinctive stripes down the sides to give the car that classic Formula 1 look, while the interior is finely detailed with leather upholstery and plush carpeting. The W196 is an iconic Formula 1 racecar and one of the most sought after vehicles of its time.
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