GWA Mercedes-Benz Ciento Once is a one-of-a-kind modern revival of the 1970 Mercedes-Benz Gullwing prototype C111, which back then broke all the records with its revolutionary Wankel diesel plant.

Never made it to the production line, Mercedes-Benz C111's modern crafted version is born by the creative designed Arturo Alonso, the GWA owner, which made some exclusive yet careful changes to the original design of the ride and updated it with stunning nowadays details.

The heart of the one-off beast is the M120 Mercedes V12 engine with 408 horsepower linked to a 6-speed Cima H type transmission and a special tuned exhaust unit.

Furthermore, the GWA Mercedes-Benz Ciento Once boasts a slightly shorter wheelbase (103 in) in comparison with the original prototype, maintains the weight of around 1,400 kg, has a upgraded suspension with coil-overs, as well as the same brake set as the Mercedes-Benz S55.

Another unmistakable highlight added by Alonso is the sleek set of GWA Type A wheels, 9x19-inch front and 9x20-inch wrapped in 265/35/19 and 295/30/20 rubber.

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