The Mercedes-Benz C112 is an experimental mid-engined sportscar unveiled in 1991 as a test bed, similar to the later versions of the Mercedes-Benz C111. It was basically a road-legal counterpart for the Sauber-built Mercedes-Benz C11 Group C prototype race car for the 1990 World Sports-Prototype Championship. In addition to gullwing doors, it sports a 6.0L V12 engine producing 408hp and peak torque of 428 lb-ft of torque. Even though Mercedes-Benz received 700 orders for the car it never went into production. Click here for more pictures of the C112. Continue reading for another video and additional information.
Active Body Control was designed to control the vehicle’s stability through a combination of active springs and hydraulics at each wheel, plus sensors that monitor the vehicle�s movements. The vehicle’s computer assesses the information from the sensors and adjusts the suspension accordingly.