|Real mass||846 kg (with driver: 921 kg)|
|474 bhp @ 6.000 rpm
699 Nm @ 3.750 rpm
6.000 rpm max.
Designed to meet Le Mans Grand Touring Prototype (LMGTP) regulations, the CLRs were intended to compete in sports car events during 1999.
It was the third in a series of sports cars raced by Mercedes, following the CLK GTRs and CLK LMs that had debuted in 1997 and 1998 respectively.
Like its predecessors the CLR retained elements of Mercedes-Benz's production cars, including a V8 engine loosely based on a design used in some models as well as bodywork based on the CLK and CL-Classes. The CLR's bodywork was lower in overall height than that used on the CLKs to produce less drag.
v3 modifications 08/02/2022:
v2 modifications 08/11/2021:
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