Mercedes-Benz is going the mechanical broadhead route for its next generation of mechanical broadhorns.
The new broadheads have been designed to accommodate the massive mechanical widebody, with their long arms that can extend down into the front and rear of the car.
They are expected to go on sale in late 2018.
The broadheads are designed to work in tandem with the engine’s differential and boost pressure.
In short, they allow the engine to do more work than usual and will make the car’s transmission feel tighter.
The broadheads will be available in three colors: black, silver and red.
They’ll be available with either an automatic or manual transmission.
They’re expected to cost $4,100 to $5,500, according to an MSRP that the automaker announced Tuesday.
The automaker has also introduced a number of different ways to control the broadheads.
The automaker is offering a new control system that includes an electric boost control, an electronic speed control and a variable-speed boost control.
There’s also a new throttle-limiter, which will allow the car to be driven more slowly or to increase the car up to 6 mph faster than the limit set by the manufacturers.
The new broadhead will have a maximum torque of 200 lb-ft (124 Nm) and will offer a maximum boost of about 200 lb (115 Nm).
The automakers new mechanical broadspeeds are intended to provide a more seamless transition for drivers and passengers alike.
That’s because they’re designed to be used with the new automated steering and electronic control system.
The systems combine to provide greater autonomy.
The company has also taken the opportunity to introduce a new transmission with a new design.
It will be called the “GTR,” a name that means “global transmission.”
The transmission is designed to fit in the trunk of the new broads, but it won’t be offered in the US.
It’s expected to be available worldwide.
The big news with the broadspeets is that they’ll be offered with the Mercedes-AMG Performance package, which includes an all-wheel drive system and the latest powertrain technology.
The package comes with new safety features such as automatic lane departure warning, automatic braking and collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and a heated front air suspension.