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Mercedes-Benz 540K Streamliner 1938 Review

Mercedes presented the only Mercedes-Benz 540K Streamliner 1938 in front of everyone at the Tour d’Elegance in 2014 followed by an exhibition at the renowned Concours d’Elegance two days later. Though there was another center of attraction presented by the company, its all new S65 AMG Coupe 2015 but as they say, ‘Old is Gold’ and trust us it really is. So here we are to share the experience of the glorified moment when we first saw this classic Mercedes Benz 540K Streamliner 1938.


  • Engine: 5.4 Liter inline-8
  • Power: 180 hp
  • Top Speed: 115 mph
  • Curb Weight: 2700 Kg (6000 LBS)


The large chrome grill marks the entrance of Mercedes Benz 540K Streamliner 1938 with a headlight in front of it and two standing at each corners. The flowing body-work gets adored with the lightweight aluminum work. Apart from its grille another thing unique we noticed is the Mercedes emblem which here was painted over the aluminum body. Most of the exterior details Mercedes Benz 540K Streamliner 1938 and the underbody panel made us presume the roots of what automotive makers are following today to cheat the wind and make ride smooth and faster. With this and other more features we undoubtedly concluded it to be a model from history with brilliant aerodynamics. Apart from its engineered looks we also found ourselves amused with the trunk-mounted spare wheel, giving sign of the gleaming legacy most of us missed to live.


Mercedes Benz 540K Streamliner 1938 beneath its decent hood holds the powerful 5.4 Liter inline-eight engine delivering 180 hp and has the ability to take the arrows up above, marking top speed of Mercedes Benz 540K Streamliner 1938 at 115 mph. The rear wheel drive Mercedes Benz 540K Streamliner 1938 engine was paired to 4-speed manual transmission.

Mercedes-Benz 540K Streamliner 1938


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