The Mercedes Benz 230SL Pagoda
The Mercedes Benz 230 SL Pagoda is another remarkable release from the esteemed German auto manufacturer. It appeared on the 1963 Motor Show taking place in Geneva and is characterized by a super chic sedan-like square appearance. The 230 SL Pagoda comes with a 2306 cc engine and the typical monocoque body plus chassis style and Super Light grille stylizing with big center tristar. It’s noteworthy to mention that the car is characterized by “dipping roof” and thus is titled as “Pagoda” which is completely opposite to previous SLs as they had their roofline curved downward from center. The 230 SL Pagoda is a sport tourer. Mercedes Benz 230 SL Pagoda has a bore of 82 mm and 72.8 mm of stroke. It comes with a power of 110 kW at the rate of 5500 rpm and a torque of 196 Nm at the rate of 4200 rpm. The fuel tank is 65 liters and the car has stabilized bar, coil springs and double wishbones as front suspension. The rear suspension has radius arms, coil springs and swing axle.