Brand History

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Mercedes-Benz F200

Brand History

In the automotive of the world, Mercedes-Benz have and developed many landmark technologies, achieving repeated in the development of the automobile.

In 1900, the 35 PS was the first car with a modern concept. The car used an aluminum a camshaft-driven intake valve, a radiator, a coil spring and a drawing steel frame The car had a lower center of gravity, no steering system, and water-cooled

In 1903, the Mercedes Simplex PS and Simplex 60 PS: new high-performance engine, camshaft-driven valve.

In 1906, the racing engine was introduced. It iron pistons made precision machining, overhead vertical transmission shaft. It come to bring vitality to aircraft engines and high-performance

In 1907, the gasoline-engine fire supplied by DMG was for the first time in Germany.

In 1908, Berlin a fleet of electric fire which included four Electriques.

In 1911, the Mercedes each cylinder had three and two spark plugs.

In 1914, the 28/95PS model was put into The car had a six-cylinder engine, precision-machining overhead camshaft and vertical shaft.

In 1923, the Mercedes 6/25/40PS and were the world’s first with supercharged engines.

In an experimental car was made, with protection, rigid floors and steering column.

In 1949, the safety door lock was

In 1951, the patent for safety car was registered, which included passenger unit and deformation at head and end of car.

In 1954, the 220 used single-joint swing

In 1958, the Mercedes-Benz 300SL was one of the cars with a fuel-injection engine put into mass

In 1959, the body of Mercedes Fin Model car was the earliest safety in the world, which included a deformation region. Also the collision and tipping experiment was

In 1961, Mercedes-Benz began the front seats of each with seat belts, the and rear wheels of Mercedes-Benz adopted dual-circuit hydraulic brake systems and Mercedes-Benz the first shoulder safety

In 1963, Mercedes-Benz 230SL was the sports car with a safety

In 1966, Mercedes-Benz put forward the security research strategies, the ideas of active safety and safety.

In 1967 the safety steering included retractable steering and buffering steering wheel become the standard configuration on all up to the present day.

In 1968, developed its safety head as well as the first static seat belts.

In 1968, the airbag test was conducted.

In Mercedes-Benz accident research was formally established in order to accident analysis.

In 1971, composite vehicle (ECV) was initiated. The features of ECV vehicle three-point inertial scrolling belt, belt force belt tensioner and airbag. and passenger airbags were for the first time.

In 1971, buckle fixed onto four-spoke safety steering dustproof side window and lights were equipped for 350SL.

In 1972, Mercedes-Benz the first electric truck using replaceable batteries.

In three-point safety belt and were used as standard of front row seats. Also, developed the first children device as well as conducting the offset crash test .

In the Mercedes-Benz 240D 3.0 was the first engine vehicle put into

In 1975, Mercedes-Benz developed the sample car carrying hydride to hydrogen for fuels. It was modified the L306 light bus.

In 1976 new bellows safety system was adopted by W123 vehicle.

In 1977, Mercedes-Benz was the first batch of standard diesel-engine buses put into

In 1978, the anti-lock braking (ABS) was released onto the Mercedes-Benz S-Class cars exhibited to the world (116

In 1978, the offset crash of 40% of front overlap was added to the internal collision experiment. launched the O-Bahn rail bus which was a alternative for regional

In 1979, all the Mercedes-Benz models equipped with three-point belts on the outer seats. adjustment devices for the front belt became available and was in the S-Class sedan. Said new (W126) also included the first bifurcation element structure, capable of withstanding the of an offset collision.

In 1981, airbags and belt tensioners first installed in the S-Class

In 1982, the multi-link independent suspension was introduced, and was first to the Mercedes-Benz W201 models.

In all Mercedes-Benz models were with the front belt

In 1985, Mercedes-Benz developed the locking differential (ASD), slip regulation (ASR) and

In 1986, Mercedes-Benz’s gasoline-engine were equipped with three-way catalytic converters.

In Mercedes-Benz developed occupant which were optional in the cars.

In 1989, three of the technologies were applied to SL landaulets: integral seat automatic elongation roll bar and system.

Mercedes-Benz F200

In 1989, 124 Series were equipped with seat belts with height adjusters.

In 1992, all models began to be fitted driver airbags and anti-lock systems (ABS).

In 1992, airbags were used as accessories of the S-Class sedan.

In Mercedes-Benz produced its millionth car with airbags.

In 1992, the crash test against was first conducted.

In 1993, developed the first integral seat and introduced it as optional for the sedans.

In 1993, the four-valve engine was first introduced and in the C-Class and E-Class cars.

In all Mercedes-Benz diesel engine were equipped with converters.

In 1994, the rear test against bumpers was conducted.

In 1994, NECAR electric cars): Mercedes-Benz’s fuel cell prototype

In 1995, the Electronic Stability (ESP) was used in S600 Also, Mercedes-Benz introduced the first belt tensioners integrated belt force

In 1996, the F200 Coupe drive by wire and Keyless Go The same year, Mercedes-Benz the world’s first vehicle brake assist system and introduced the Telligent level theory.

In 1997, new V6 and V8 engines: cylinder had three valves and two plugs.

In 1997, Mercedes-Benz bus used driver and front airbags as standard accessories.

In A-Class cars included floors, the engine slide to underneath of passenger seat in the of a head-on collision. Side for driver and front row passengers standard accessory for Mercedes-Benz series.

In 1997, Mercedes-Benz its new common-rail diesel injectors It also introuded the NECAR3 on A-Class cars): the world’s vehicle-mounted hydrogen circulation system.

In 1998, Mercedes-Benz window airbags as optional in E-Class cars and introduced the new Said car used more 30 technical innovations, including unfolded occupant airbags, seat belt tensioners and force limiters, automatic seat recognition system automatic intelligent air suspension and cockpit management and data (COMAND).

In 1999, Mercedes-Benz CL the first model equipped active body control and Mercedes-Benz models began ESP as standard. Several other followed; limit torque system (Distronic) was put into the cylinder cut-off system was applied in the S600 and CL600 and the two double-door bus models began shift levers.

In 2000, CL55 AMG F1 limited vehicle was the first car for which brake (C-Brake) was installed. launched Telligent approach Telligent stability control and auxiliary device and introduced information communication auxiliary service.

In 2001, the SBC electro-hydraulic system was first put into production.

In 2002, driver and preventive safety systems were introduced, and applied to the new models.

In 2003 seven-gear transmission was developed.

Mercedes-Benz F200
Mercedes-Benz F200


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