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Brake pads after stress test: Counterfeit (left) and original (right)
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Mercedes-Benz Classic at the Classic Days 2022 in the “Green Park” in Düsseldorf. The Mercedes Simplex Vision. Exterior shot from the left from 2019. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: D579164)
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Mercedes-Benz Sprinter with ex-factory navigation for trailers and oversized vehicles.
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Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster (W 198). The vehicle was the brainchild of US importer Maximilian E. Hoffman. Genre photo with an aircraft of the US Air Force. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archives: 88F463)
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Summer holiday programme “Rocket Bunny Meets Turbo Tiger” as half-day workshops in the Mercedes Benz Museum from 2 to 26 August 2022. After a tour of discovery through the permanent exhibition, the participating children draw and craft their very own cars of the future.
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Mercedes-Benz 750-kilogram formula racing car W 125, 1937. In the »Cars« series, the American pop artist Andy Warhol uses eight selected Mercedes-Benz models to document the history of the automobile – from the Benz Patent Motor Car of 1886 to the C 111-II research car constructed in 1970.
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Two thirds of the study participants would choose financing option instead of buying the electric vehicle directly // Mercedes-AMG EQE 53 4MATIC+ (combined electrical consumption (provisional, WLTP): 23.2–20.3 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions (WLTP): 0 g/km; Electrical range (provisional, WLTP): 444–518 km); exterior: opalite white bright; interior: AMG nappa leather black;Combined electrical consumption (provisional, WLTP): 23.2–20.3 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions (WLTP): 0 g/km; Electrical range (provisional, WLTP): 444–518 km*
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The Open 2022: Nearly 300,000 spectators celebrate the 150th "The Open" anniversary in St. Andrews, Scotland.
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Mercedes-Benz is enhancing its “MBUX Voice Assistant” with a new Mercedes me service – the “Tourguide” acoustic travel guide.
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ENGLISH: MB Vans Graphik Sales Figures 2022-Q2
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“Urban Culture at the Mercedes-Benz Museum”, 13 July to 14 August 2022. Performance of “Cannon Fodder – The Improv Theatre” in 2021. The improvisation show will be part of the event series again this year.
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Mercedes-Benz Museum, special exhibition “55 YEARS AMG – CHANGING THE GAME” from July 2022. Campaign motive for the jubilee. Vision AMG, Mercedes-AMG ONE (combined weighted fuel consumption: 8.7 l/100 km; combined weighted CO₂ emissions: 198 g/km; combined weighted electrical consumption: 32 kWh/100 km) , Mercedes-AMG 4-door coupé and AMG 300 SEL 6.8 (from left to right).
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“Only the best!” 20 years of Mercedes-Benz Classic Magazine, Issue 1/2022, cover of the English-language edition.
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Mercedes-AMG EQE 53 4MATIC+ (combined electrical consumption (provisional, WLTP): 23.2–20.3 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions (WLTP): 0 g/km; Electrical range (provisional, WLTP): 444–518 km); exterior: spectral blue; interior: AMG nappa leather black/balao brown
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MW75 Active Noise-Cancelling Wireless Headphones x Mercedes-AMG
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Limited "Santoni for AMG" Collection to celebrate 55 years of Mercedes-AMG
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Carlotta, the Mercedes-Benz Museum’s mascot (middle) and Emma and Gottlieb, the mascots of the Forscherfabrik Schorndorf, will be present at the Museum‘s Children’s and Family Day 2022. Photo from the classic car meeting „Classics & Coffee“ at the Mercedes-Benz Museum, 18 July 2021.
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CHIO Aachen 2022 am 30.06.22 in Aachen, Thomas Hellmann, Team Deutschland
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Mercedes-AMG C 43 4MATIC Estate | fuel consumption combined: 9,2-8,8 l/100 km | CO₂-emissions combined: 209-199 g/km*. Exterior: spectral blue; interior: black with grey stitching
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Mercedes-AMG C 43 4MATIC Estate (combined fuel consumption 9.2-8.8 l/100km, combined CO2 emissions 209-199 g/km) Exterior: high-tech silver; Interior: black nappa leather with grey stitching
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The Mercedes-Benz plant in Bremen started production of the all-electric EQE a few months ago. Already in May 2019, the EQC (combined power consumption: 21.5 kWh/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined: 0 g/km) was integrated into ongoing series production at the Mercedes-Benz plant in northern Germany.
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Mercedes-Benz compact Saloon from the 201 model series. Studio photo from the front left. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: B43419)
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Life gets big! The international campaign for the new Mercedes Benz T-Class
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The cutting-edge Mercedes-AMG ONE hypercar with E PERFORMANCE hybrid drive (fuel consumption weighted, combined: 8.7 l/100 km; combined weighted CO2 emissions: 198 g/km; combined weighted electrical consumption: 32 kWh/100 km)[1] makes its dynamic public debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed as part of an incredible 55 years of AMG celebration. Joined by the ultimate in performance luxury from AMG, including the new AMG GT Track Series and GT 63 S E PERFORMANCE (fuel consumption weighted, combined WLTP: 7.9 l/100 km; CO2 emissions weighted, combined WLTP: 180 g/km; power consumption weighted, combined WLTP: 12.0 kWh/100 km)[2], the AMG ONE will be seen in action for the first time as it makes its way up the iconic Goodwood hill climb. With the extraordinary Vision AMG design study, Mercedes-AMG offers a glimpse of the all-electric future of Driving Performance. Also making the trip up the famous hill will be the VISION EQXX. [1] The figures for fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are provisional and were determined internally in accordance with the "WLTP test procedure" certification method. Confirmed values from the technical service or an EC type approval or certificate of conformity with official values are not yet available. Differences between the stated figures and the official figures are possible.
[2] The figures shown are the WLTP CO2 figures measured according to Article 2 No 3 Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153.. The fuel consumption figures were calculated on the basis of these figures. The electricity consumption was determined on the basis of Regulation 2017/1151/EU.
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VISION EQXX breaks own efficiency record on 1,202 km summer road trip from Stuttgart (Germany) to Silverstone (UK) on a single battery charge
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The partnership with ZYNC leverages and maximises the inherent benefits of the advanced UI/UX of Mercedes-Benz infotainment systems, such as the MBUX Hyperscreen.
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Mercedes-Benz EQE 350+;  AMG Line; Edition1;  Exterior: alpine grey; Interior: nevagrey/reflexblue; (combined electrical consumption (WLTP): 18,7-15,9 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions (WLTP): 0 g/km)
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Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S „Edition 55“ | fuel consumption combined: 12,6 – 12,2 l/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 286 – 276 g/km | interior | AMG night package | obsidianschwarz metallic
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Paul Gao
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Mercedes-Benz Museum, open-air cinema on the outdoor stage.
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Mercedes-AMG 55 years marketing campaign “55 years – changing the game”  | Vision AMG | Mercedes-AMG ONE (combined weighted fuel consumption: 8.7 l/100 km; combined weighted CO2 emissions: 198 g/km; combined weighted electrical consumption: 32 kWh/100 km [1 ] [1 ]The figures for fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are provisional and were determined internally in accordance with the "WLTP test procedure" certification method. Confirmed values from the technical service or an EC type approval or certificate of conformity with official values are not yet available. Differences between the stated figures and the official figures are possible)  | Mercedes-AMG 4-door coupé | AMG 300 SEL 6.8
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Mercedes-Benz 300 SL racing sports car (W 194), Mercedes-Benz 300 SL racing sports prototype “Hobel” (W 194 II) and Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster (W 198), from left to right. Photo from Pebble Beach Automotive Week 2021. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: D752780)
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Magical Garage @Studio Odeonsplatz by Mercedes-Benz Munich (EQE 350+ | WLTP: Stromverbrauch kombiniert: 18,7–15,9 kWh/100 km ; CO₂-Emissionen kombiniert: 0 g/k)
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THE CREATOR RG-HR-Z52 ("White Marble", Limited Edition, natural horn and ultralight, rose gold-plated titanium)
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Classic car meetings this summer at the Mercedes-Benz Museum: “Classics & Coffee” (Sundays: 24 April until 9 October 2022) plus “AFTERWORK” (Thursdays: 9 and 23 June plus 14 July until 15 September 2022).
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Mercedes-AMG ONE  (combined weighted fuel consumption: 8.7 l/100 km; combined weighted CO2 emissions: 198 g/km; combined weighted electrical consumption: 32 kWh/100 km)  [The figures for fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are provisional and were determined internally in accordance with the "WLTP test procedure" certification method. Confirmed values from the technical service or an EC type approval or certificate of conformity with official values are not yet available. Differences between the stated figures and the official figures are possible]
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The new Mercedes-Benz GLC - In off-road mode, the GLC with 360-degree camera offers a “transparent bonnet”: The central display shows a virtual view under the front of the vehicle, including the front wheels and their steering position. This is extremely helpful: it enables the driver to recognise obstacles such as large stones or deep potholes in their path at an early stage.
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Mercedes-Benz at two important industry trade fairs: IFAT Munich and GPEC Frankfurt am Main
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With the particularly extensively equipped special model E 63 S 4MATIC+ Final Edition as a Saloon (fuel consumption combined 12.3-11.9 l/100 km, CO2emissions combined 281-270 g/km), Mercedes-AMG bids farewell to the successful W/S 213 performance model series.
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Groundbreaking Mercedes-Benz eCampus Stuttgart-Untertürkheim; Jörg Burzer (Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Group AG, responsible for Production & Supply Chain Management), Michael Häberle (Deputy Chairman of the General Works Council of Mercedes-Benz Group AG and Chairman of the Works Council at the Mercedes-Benz Untertürkheim site), Markus Schäfer (Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Group AG, Chief Technology Officer, responsible for Development and Procurement), Frank Deiß (Chairman Mercedes-Benz Drive Systems, Head of Production Powertrain Mercedes-Benz Cars and Plant Manager, Mercedes-Benz Untertürkheim),, with trainees of Untertürkheim plant.
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