Classic Car Transport Chrysler ME Four-Twelve at the Detroit Auto Show


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At just 44.9 inches tall, 78.7 inches wide and 178.8-inches long, the two-seat, mid-engine ME Four-Twelve has a commanding presence as if just waiting for a challenge.
At this moment in history, speed is the drug that fuels the fire of the automotive industry.

If you don’t believe me, look at some of the cars introduced at the North American International Auto Show this year. Foremost among these is the Chrysler ME Four-Twelve.

Top speed is projected at a mind-blowing 248 mph. Equally astounding, 0-60 mph should be reached in a mere 2.9 seconds. If both these goals are achieved, the ME Four-Twelve will be the first ever production vehicle to accomplish this.

Not only is this new ME Four-Twelve fast on the road, it displays the auto makers desire to be lightning quick when going from drawing board idea to auto show platform, and then dealer showrooms across the country.

The ME Four-Twelve is projected to go from 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds, 0-100 mph in 6.2 seconds and the quarter mile in 10.6 seconds at 142.0 mph blowing away both Ferrari and Ford’s new supercar, the GT.

With the help of their in-house touring specialist AMG, a new V-12 engine produces 850 horsepower at 5,750 rpm and 850 lbs.-ft of torque between 2,500 and 4,500 rpm.

At just under 2,800 classic car transportlbs., the ME Four-Twelve is product of aluminum and carbon fiber. A seven speed transmission features double wet clutch technology to offer fast, efficient shifts.

Taking styling cues from both the ultra-exotic Bugatti Veyron and the mid-engine Acura NSX, the most exotic of North American automobiles makes a loud statement that Daimler Chrysler is serious about holding the title of automotive speed champion!. With both the Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR and ME Four-Twelve in their stable, the future of sports car supremacy seems safe in the hands of Daimler Chrylser for years to come.

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