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1984 Mercedes-Benz Biturbo by Sbarro

Based on the six Sbarro Shahin Mercedes-Benz prototypes of 1983, the Biturbo was unveiled at the 1984 Geneva Auto Show as a revitalized version of the six concepts. The gull-wing doors, horizontal-lined front grille, dual sets of headlights, and white leather interior, were carry-overs from the previous designs. The windshield was tinted pink around the edges. The interior was also equipped with a telephone, air conditioning, and a high-quality audio system. Based on Mercedes-Benz 500 SEC mechanics and powered by a 350-horsepower 5.0-liter V8 engine, the Biturbo could reach a top speed of 171 miles per hour.


Engine & performance:

  • Position: front longitudinal

  • Type: Mercedes-Benz, V8

  • Capacity: 4973 cc

  • Power: 350 hp

  • Drive: RWD

  • Top speed: 274 km/h

Source: ConceptCarCentral; allcarindex

Images: Espera Sbarro