The Mercedes-Benz W 25 was a single-seat racing car with free-standing wheels, which Mercedes-Benz built from 1934 to 1936 for the 750 kg formula. 750 kg formula meant that the car with wheels, but without tires, without fuel, oil and cooling water, could weigh a maximum of 750 kg. The chief designer was Hans Nibel. Other designers worked on the Max Wagner project, responsible for chassis tuning, Albert Heeb and Otto Schilling for the engine. The overall responsibility for the project was borne by Fritz Nallinger. The Mercedes-Benz W 25 had an inline eight-cylinder compressor engine with an initial 3.36 liter displacement (78 mm bore, 88 mm stroke), four-valve technology and an output of 354 hp (260 kW). To achieve the stated performance, the engine needed a mixture of 86 methyl alcohol, 4.4 nitrobenzene, 8.8 acetone and 0.8 ether. The car was further developed to the W 25 B with 4 liter capacity and 430 hp from 1935, with 4.3 liter capacity in 1936 and finally 4.7 liters. The fuel consumption of the engines was around 100 liters per 100 km. On our website you can download a drawing of Mercedes-Benz W25 OW 1934 in pdf svg png jpg ai eps formats Use it for 3d modelling different illustrations typography engineering and design projects All our drawings are made in high quality therefore they can be very helpful in your work study or research.
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