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F1 Edition Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E PERFORMANCE (Fuel consumption weighted, combined WLTP: 7,9l/100km; Power consumption weighted, combined WLTP: 12 kWh/100 km; weighted, combined CO2-emissions WLTP: 180g/km g/km)
Mercedes-Benz and Sila achieve breakthrough with high silicon automotive battery. Left: Markus Schäfer, Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Group AG, Chief Technology Officer responsible for Development and Procurement. Right: Gene Berdichevsky, Co-founder and CEO, Sila
World premiere of the new Mercedes-Benz GLC
CLA 45 S 4MATIC Coupé 55 Edition (WLTP: combined fuel consumption 8,9-8,5 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions 203-194 g/km)
All-electric for the emergency services: Mercedes-Benz at RETTmobil 2022 - eSprinter KTW
S-Class (BR223) with DRIVE PILOT: LiDAR – Laser Beams for 3D Environment
"The Flip" is an automotive masterpiece with an expressive design and a far-reaching message. The one-off vehicle, named WILL.I.AMG, is a visible symbol of the goals of Mercedes-AMG and to boldly drive forward new ideas, push boundaries and dare to do the impossible.
Mercedes-Benz Vans at UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in Nové Město na Moravě
Mercedes-Benz Museum, Collection Room 3: The Gallery of Helpers. Bonnet and cab of a Mercedes-Benz LF 3500 turntable ladder DL 22 from 1952, in the background, a Benz motor fire engine from 1912. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archives: D668035)
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupé and Cabriolet; special model “Night Edition”
BMW Group and Mercedes-Benz Mobility intend to sell their car-sharing joint venture SHARE NOW to Stellantis
The new Mercedes-Benz T-Class – Exterior, limonite yellow metallic
Mercedes-Benz Group AG – Annual Meeting 2022, Stuttgart
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11,111,111 visitors to the Mercedes-Benz Museum since its opening in May 2006: on 28 April 2022, Class 8 of the Schönbein-Realschule from Metzingen together with the teachers Ribanna Reinold and Katharina Henning passed the special milestone. Students are signing the guestbook of the Mercedes-Benz Museum.
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
The new Mercedes-Benz T-Class – Exterior, rubellite red metallic
Mercedes-Benz VISION EQXX, design sketch interior
Classic car meetings this summer at the Mercedes-Benz Museum: “Classics & Coffee” (Sundays from 24 April until 9 October 2022) plus “AFTERWORK” (Thursdays: 9 and 23 June plus 14 July until 15 September 2022).
AMG is celebrating its 55th birthday - and customers can take part with exclusive special edition models. A 35 4MATIC 55 Edition compact sedan (WLTP fuel consumption combined: 8,8-8,3 l/100 km, CO₂-emissions combined: 201-188 g/km)
Motor Klassik Award 2022, winner in the “Best Brands: Genuine Spare Parts” category: Mercedes-Benz Classic Genuine Spare Parts. Photo of a spark plug holder from the tool kit of the Mercedes-Benz SL, model series 198 (Coupé and Roadster). (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: 18C1011_01)
Mercedes-EQ. EQS 450+, Electric Art Line, diamond white bright
VISION EQXX – Successful MissionXX Roadtrip
Mercedes-Benz Awake Campaign, a cooperation with „Hochschule Fernsehen und Film München“ (University TV and Film Munich)
Racing driver Heinz-Harald Frentzen, born 55 years ago on 18 May 1967. Photo from the 480-kilometre race in Donington (Great Britain) on 2 September 1990. The driver team Jochen Mass / Heinz-Harald Frentzen (starting number 2) takes second place with a Mercedes-Benz Group C racing sports car C 11. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: A90F1523)
The EQE in the wind tunnel. It achieves a very good Cd value of from 0.22 thanks to its one-bow design and extensive aerodynamic measures
Ola Källenius, Chairman of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Group AG
Mercedes-Benz Cars aims to slash CO2 emissions
Mercedes-Benz aims to be a leader in both electric driving and vehicle software. To accelerate this development, the company has invested more than 200 million euros in the Electric Software Hub at the Mercedes Technology Centre (MTC) in Sindelfingen. Numerous software, hardware, system integration and testing functions are brought together under one roof. With this step, Mercedes-Benz is intensifying its approach of cross-functional collaboration. f.l.t.r.: Magnus Östberg, Chief Software Officer of Mercedes-Benz AG; Sabine Kohleisen, Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Group AG, responsible for Human Resources and Labour Director; Markus Schäfer, Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Group AG, Chief Technology Officer responsible for Development and Procurement; Thomas Strobl, Deputy Minister President of the State of Baden-Württemberg, Minister of the Interior, for Digitalisation and Local Authorities Baden-Württemberg; Ergun Lümali, Dep. Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Chairman of the Works Council of Mercedes-Benz Group AG; Michael Bauer, Head of Production Mercedes-Benz Sindelfingen Plant and Site Responsibility
Mercedes-Benz Vans increases eVans deliveries by 133% in Q1 2022
Mercedes-AMG SL 43 Roadster | fuel consumption combined: 9,4-8,9 l/100 km | CO₂-emissions combined: 214-201 g/km* exterior: hyperblue metallic; interior: leather nappa style crystal white.
The 2022 Masters: Mercedes-Benz brand ambassador Bernhard Langer in front of the G-Class. This was designed in Langer's honor by the tape artist Leah Abucayan.
Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV
Mercedes exhibition stand at the Paris Motor Show in December 1902, jointly operated by C. L. Charley and Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft. The auto show was described in the press at the time as the “Mercédès Show”, because most manufacturers had adopted key features of the Mercedes 35 hp dating from 1901 for their models. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archives: 1972M177)
Limited Edition MAYBACH by Virgil Abloh
Mercedes-Benz is simplifying electric mobility: from June 2022, there will be a new tariff system for the approximately 300,000 charging points in the Mercedes me Charge network in Europe.
Mercedes-Benz: 60 years plant Düsseldorf
XIII Targa Florio, 2 April 1922. Welcome of the successful Mercedes racing cars at the Untertürkheim plant. Left to right: Mercedes 6/40/65 PS (driven by Paul Scheef), Mercedes 115 PS Grand Prix racing car (driven by Christian Lautenschlager), Mercedes 28/95 PS with supercharger (driven by Max Sailer), Mercedes 28/95 PS without supercharger (driven by Christian Werner) and Mercedes 115 PS Grand Prix racing car (driven by Otto Salzer). (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archives: Z2273)
Mercedes-Benz wins landmark road monitoring programme in the Netherlands: vehicle data and advanced software tools push efficiency and safety to a next level with large-scale digital infrastructure agreement.
The new Mercedes-Benz T-Class – Exterior