Isdera Imperator 108i – 1984

Isdera Imperator 108i


 Isdera Imperator 108i – 1984


Marca : Isdera
Modello : Imperator 108i
Anno : 1984
Telaio N. : —
Motore N. : —
Esemplari prodotti : 30
Designer : Eberhard Schulz
Motore : 8 cilindri a V Mercedes
Cilindrata : 5.547 cc
Distribuzione : DOHC
Valvole Cilindro : 2
Alimentazione : —
Potenza : 390 CV a 5.500 giri/min
Top speed Km/h : 275


The Isdera Imperator 108i was a low-volume German supercar produced from 1984 to 1993. The Imperator 108i was born out of the Mercedes-Benz CW311 concept car from 1978. Eberhard Schulz, who formerly worked as a design engineer for Mercedes-Benz, headed an engineering company that designed the CW311 concept. With no interest in putting the CW311 into production itself, Mercedes-Benz allowed Schulz for produce the vehicle under his own brand, Isdera.

Implementing a fiberglass body upon a tubular steel spaceframe, the Isdera Imperator 108i was comparable to the Lamborghinis of its day. The original Imperator 108i featured 5.0 L (5,000 cc) Mercedes-Benz M117 V8 engine which gave the vehicle a top speed of 176 mph (283 km/h) and an acceleration of 0-60 mi (97 km) in 5.0 seconds. As Mercedes-Benz developed more powerful V8 engines, they were used in the Imperator 108i. Later engines included a 5.6 L (5,600 cc) Mercedes-Benz M117 V8, a 5.6 L (5,600 cc) AMG V8 and a 6.0 L (6,000 cc) AMG V8, with both AMG engines featuring advanced 32-valve cylinder heads.

Unusually, the Imperator 108i featured a rear-view periscope, creating a bulge on the roof. It also featured gullwing doors.

Fonte: Wikipedia



 

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