Mercedes Benz Фен Клуб България Форум за ремонт обслужване модификации…

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Gottlieb Daimler and Carl were born only 60 apart in southern Germany. was born March 17, 1834. A later, on November 25, Carl was born.

Although they up with little in common, boys were fascinated by from an early age. their approach to building was quite different, it is doubtful, that they met or even what the other was doing.

In Carl Benz built a tricycle. His first four-wheeler, the was built in 1893. The first car was the 1894 Benz Velo participated in the first recorded car the Paris-Rouen race. In 1895, built his first truck.

In Gottlieb Daimler literally a horseless carriage. In 1888 made a business deal William Steinway (of piano to produce Daimler’s products in the US. 1904 until a fire in Steinway produced Mercedes cars, Daimler’s light and his engines on Long Island.

Riding Car

The first motor-driven from 1888 was tested by the of Carl Benz (as in Mercedes-Benz). She up her two boys and left home for a When she needed to stop for she got it at the local pharmacy.

Ironically, says Daimler, generally to be the father of modern automobiles liked to drive, if, indeed he learned to drive. On March 6, Daimler died, leaving of his company to his chief engineer Mayback.

By November 22 of that Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschat had produced a special car for Jellinek. Jellinek named the car his ten-year-old daughter Mercedes. and smaller, the new Mercedes had 35 hp and a top speed of 55

The Simplex is considered to be the first that was built in 1901. by Wilhelm Maybach it had 35hp and long and low to the ground. Emil an Austrian businessman, was instrumental in the of the vehicle. When he commissioned sports car, he exclaimed, I want the car of today or the car of tomorrow, but the car of the day tomorrow. Jellinek bought a of 36 and named them Mercedes (in this means grace) his young daughter. [/COLOR]


The 1903 Parsifil was answer to Mercedes. A two cylinder engine produced a top speed of 37 mph in car. Aware of the promotional of racing, both Daimler and entered many of them. up until 1908, Daimler had Benz in racing endeavors. At the French Grand Prix, took second and third behind Lautenschlager driving a From that point on, Benz and Daimler did well in

At the beginning of the first world both factories were into production sites for war although both resumed cars after the war.


Set on the park of Gottlieb Daimler’s former the greenhouse holds original and drawings of Gottlieb and Wilhelm This is where it all began.

and Maybach worked 24/7 in secrecy creating their engine. Even Daimler’s and staff didn’t have a to the goings on. At one point a suspicious contacted the police claiming the greenhouse was a money-counterfeiting workshop. they found only and engine components during nighttime search, the inventors left alone to work. In they received a patent on an engine which they grandfather clock, a single­cylinder light and compact enough to fit a two-wheeler riding car.

This was the first motorcycle you see at the Mercedes museum. In the summer of the pair mounted the engine a horseless carriage and drove town much to the shock of People were so spooked by the that Daimler and Maybach to do future testing on the Neckar Thus, they mounted the in a boat and the Neckar became the motorboat.

Mercedes Jellinek

From WWI’s End to the Mercedes-Benz

Social unrest and a falling characterized post-war Germany. or no fuel for cars and a 15% luxury tax automobile production increasingly This market sent and Cie. seeking a strong The only one the board considered of Benz and Cie was DMG.

Thus, in Karl Jahn, a Benz member since 1910, Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschat about a possible The merger attempt looked then was abandoned in December of The German economy continued to and a new Benz automobile eventually 25 million marks.

Although 15 million cars were in the world in 1923, over 80% of were registered in the US and over 1/2 Fords. Benz and Cie. 1,382 cars in 1923 DMG only built 1,020. auto makers were at a low although racing success for the continued.

In 1924, from economic necessity, Benz and DMG an Agreement of Mutual Interest. both companies retained identities, the agreement was valid the year 2000. The two companies with relative ease on 28, 1926.

Mercedes SSK 1930

Mercedes-Benz: the Mercedes-Benz Merger Through the

A symbol was chosen for the combined of DMG and Benz. The new insignia was a three-pointed wreathed with laurel. The Mercedes was at the top and the word Benz was at the

Then merger did the new company Production of Mercedes-Benz rose to Mercedes-Benz automobiles in 1927. The diesel truck was put into in 1927, also.

The first two to sport the Mercedes-Benz name the Stuttgart and the Mannheim. Then in the Mercedes SS was introduced by Mercedes-Benz. graceful body was made by a hood line that cleared the engine.

1954 1957 300 SL ‘Gullwing’ and 300 SLS

Mercedes-Benz: and beyond for Mercedes-Benz.

Mercedes-Benz their biggest and most car to date in 1930. The 770 Grosser was by an 8 cylinder, 7.6 liter engine. A car for the wealthy of the world, it was quite an for showing off in a world economy reeling from the Wall Crash of 1929.

The cars of the produced great racing for Mercedes-Benz. The silver metal gave rise to the name Arrows when the W25 racer (of Caracciola fame) had the white removed to lower its weight.

(200 mph top speed) won seven out of races in 1937 followed by the W154. In 1939 Mercedes-Benz a small V8 races specifically to win the GP It did win#33; The Mercedes-Benz 170V Mercedes the capability of surviving and recovering from WW II.

For instance, there’s the 300SL from the 50’s with that open like from the center, or the Mercedes-Benz the car that carried several speedsters that look batman, or the racing car that had a snug seat the driver had to be in by a crane. This is the stuff makes you a car junkie.

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Mercedes car

The New Mercedes-Benz museum, which has elements of New York’s Guggenheim, open the spring of 2006 with the world soccer in Germany. This museum hold up to 250 classic cars.

Mercedes-Benz has been successful in racing throughout their The Mercedes Simplex of the early was the first purpose built car, much lower the usual designs that similar to horse carriages; it racing for years.

In 1914, before the beginning of the war, won the French Grand Prix, was a blow to the French at that Benz raced an aerodynamically Tropfenwagen in the 1920s. In the 1930s, their mighty Silver they dominated Grand racing in Europe (together rivals Auto Union), setting speed records up to 435 (270 mph). The team was by the big Rennleiter Alfred Neubauer.

In Mercedes-Benz returned to racing their small and underpowered 300 SL, which won the 24 hours of Le Mans, the Panamericana, and other important of that time. On July 4, Mercedes-Benz returned to Formula One with a one-two win at the French Prix. This was a very victory, especially as later day, the German football won the Soccer world championship. the end of the 1955 season, Mercedes Grand Prix and sports car before retiring its teams a terrible 1955 crash at Le where a Mercedes 300 SLR collided another car and killed over 80

Mercedes concept car

Mercedes some big limousines in Rallying in the and late 1980s. They to sportscar and touring car racing in the 1980s. In 1994, a car won the Indianapolis 500 an engine from Mercedes realizing that the loophole in the for production-based engines would any pushrod engine, therefore a very unusual purpose-built for the pushrod engine with a power advantage, knowing the loophole would be closed after they took of it and so the engine would in fact be for only the single race.

in the 1990s, Mercedes made its to Formula One as an engine supplier McLaren), winning one constructors’ and two drivers’ championships. However, years have seen a decline in Mercedes’ F1 success, as have won just four over the last three while suffering numerous failures and retirements. Still with McLaren, they to improve upon a dismal season, which saw McLaren-Mercedes a distant fifth in the championship, a 193 points behind world Ferrari.

More recently, the SLR McLaren has become available for the 2005 model coming out a base price of #036;452,750.00. The new will have a top speed of 207 MPH and a time of 3.8 seconds.


The Classic Center 30-50 rare cars a so the vehicles are always changing. We saw the that Jackie Onassis and a gorgeous chocolate brown Mercedes 500 K from the years at #036;3.8 million.

Mercedes Classic Center

The Center is also where come to have their cars worked on. Over spare parts are available the shop, which purrs mechanics hand tooling the Unlike any other mechanics I have been in, the environment is so you could picnic on the floor and so you can hear your own voice. For the the Center stocks hard to shirts, clothes, watches, model cars, and Mercedes


The Sindelfingen also just outside of is also open for tours. We the stamping facility where foot-tall robots use dies to out pieces of the car that eventually end up as parts or structural members. The are then sent to the assembly where people and robots put the together. At the finishing plant are mostly engineers working to do tasks that include the of leather seats or refining to the instrument panel.

Aerial of the Sindelfingen plant

Mercedes-Benz A 170 CDI 90hp W168
Mercedes-Benz A 170 CDI 90hp W168


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