CHICAGO – Mercedes-Benz AG shows off it new F 400 concept car at the Chicago Auto Show this week, demonstrating future possibilities in active safety and handling dynamics. The F 400 features a new active system that actually tilts the wheels, varying the camber angle on the outer wheels between 0-20 degrees, depending on the road surface. In doing so, it provides 30% more lateral stability than a conventional fixed camber system, boosting the F 400’s lateral acceleration to 1.28g, more ...
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