Philips CD-I | History, Specifications & Models
The Philips CD-I or a Compact Disc Interactive was an intelligent attempt to build a multi-purpose home entertainment console. ...
Mercedes Benz c112 is a high-performance sports car. It is powered by a 6-liter V12 engine that developed 300 kW (408 horse power) and put torque’s 580 Newton meters on the crankshaft.
The c112 is the first car to give active suspension termed ABC (Active Body Control). Every wheel is created with a combination of spring and hydraulic servo cylinder. Sensors identify all vehicle movements – vertical displacement, roll and pitch. To remove the motion, computer estimate the data and control the active suspension elements correspondingly.
Mercedes Benz has a top speed of 193 mph. Some of the gadgets and technology which the Mercedes Benz C112 concept helped to build up included radar cruise control and tire-pressure monitors. C112 also featured traction control, computer controlled adaptive suspension and an electrically adaptable rear wing that raised the car’s stability at speed.