• Stuttgart, Nov 22, 2022 - Chic, safe and sporty – with these demands in mind, Mercedes-Benz expands its model range on 8 December 1982 to include a new, more compact model series below the upper mid-size class and the full-size class.
  • Stuttgart, Nov 9, 2022 - Classic vehicles are becoming increasingly popular – and Mercedes-Benz classics lead the statistics by a clear margin. The group of vehicles with the star that can obtain a classic car certificate and thus registration with the coveted H (for historic) German licence plate is set to grow in 2023.
  • Stuttgart, Nov 28, 2017 - On 8 December 1982 Mercedes-Benz presented the W 201 model series. It is part of the successful history of the C-Class – the vehicles in this segment have borne this name since 1993.
  • Stuttgart, Mar 3, 2014 - The career of the current C-Class as a motorsport star began with the record-breaking drive completed by the 190 E 2.3-16 model in Nardò, southern Italy (13 to 21 August 1983). This was also the first major test for the new engine with four valves per cylinder and 136 kW (185 hp).
  • Stuttgart, Jan 17, 2014 - The decision makers at Daimler-Benz AG thought long and hard about introducing a compact model series below the executive segment in the 1920s and 1930s and then from the early 1950s onwards. Several projects were conceived, some of them very advanced, but for one reason or another they never came to fruition.
  • Stuttgart, Dec 13, 2013 - The 201 model series was of key importance for the introduction of new internal combustion engines and the testing of drive configurations – a tradition that all subsequent C-Class model series continued seamlessly.
  • Stuttgart, Aug 28, 2013 - The IAA International Motor Show in Frankfurt on the Main is one of the most important venues for outstanding world premières from Mercedes-Benz. In September 1963, the Mercedes-Benz 600 (W 100) opened the door to a new dimension in motoring: the representational vehicle set benchmarks with regard to technical features, safety, comfort, size, and power.
  • Stuttgart, Aug 9, 2013 - The Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.3-16 was a star of the year 1983 – and set no less than several records between 11 and 21 August on the high-speed track in Nardò. In just 201 hours, 39 minutes and 43 seconds it covered a distance of 50,000 kilometres. In addition to this achievement it also set two more world records over a distance of 25,000 kilometres and nine records in its class. For the vehicle and above all for the then new four-valve engine, this provided impressive proof of the reliability over an extreme long distance.
  • Stuttgart, Nov 5, 2012 - At the end of November 1982, Mercedes-Benz presented the 190 and 190 E models from the W 201 model series to the press. The compact and technologically groundbreaking saloon supplemented the Mercedes-Benz passenger car product line with a third model series, alongside the mid-range series and the S-Class.
  • Stuttgart, Feb 7, 2005 - <b>March 8-18, 1990</b> The 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II celebrated its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1990.