The 70 PS was a larger variant of the concurrent 60 PS, and was manufactured by the German automotive firm Benz & Cie from 1906 to 1909. It eventually became available as the 37/70 PS in 1909. Upon the end of its production, the vehicle was replaced by the 33/75 PS.

The automobile was fitted with a 9850cc four-cylinder engine capable of producing 70 bhp (51 kW) of output at 1300 rpm. Engine power was transferred from a cone clutch to a four-speed gearbox, and from there via chains to the rear wheels. The 37/70 PS had a top speed of 100 km/h. It weighed approximately 1850 kg and rode on a wheelbase of 3350 mm.

The 37/70 PS was offered as a double phaeton, landaulet, and saloon. A leaf-sprung chassis of the vehicle with wooden spoke wheels and pneumatic tires could be purchased for 30,000 goldmark during its production.

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