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Spectacular even with the doors open, the Life-Jet would be a traffic-stopper anywhere on the planet
Motorcyclists might miss the fresh air, but not when it rains!
The Life-Jet has a distinctive road presence
With two front wheels, the Life-Jet could outstop any motorcycle.
F 300, concept vehicle, Life-Jet, detail: front-wheel suspension, steering. Sophisticated construction: The F 300 Life-Jet front axle is equipped with a hydraulic system that inclines the wheels and body sideways when going around a corner.
F 300, concept vehicle, Life-Jet, engine compartment. The Mercedes-Benz A-class'es compact 1.6-l engine is situated between the passenger compartment and the rear wheel
F 300, concept vehicle, Life-Jet. The two roof halves of the F 300 Life-Jet can be removed in a few simple steps and deposited in the space above the rear wheel.
Loads of fun in the swervery
January 22, 2005 The Mercedes-Benz F 300 Life-Jet research project never saw the light of day as a showroom model, but it remains one of the most interesting and passion-invoking concepts ever displayed by the company (competing against a stellar cast). The three-wheeler research study, equipped with intelligent technology, blended the special thrill and cornering dynamics of a motor cycle with the safety and comfort of a saloon car - a combination for unrivalled driving enjoyment.
Read the full article: Mercedes-Benz F 300 Life-Jet: the three-wheeled driving machine
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