Technology


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    Vision SLA, interior, passenger compartment, dashboard
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    Vision SLA, engineering, engine compartment
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    Vision SLA, outdoor shot, stationary shot, side view
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    Vision SLA, driving shot
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    Mercedes-Benz vans: The Mercedes-Benz Vito and Sprinter vans offer benchmark standards in terms of efficiency, safety equipment and environmental compatibility.
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    Mercedes-Benz Atego with BlueTec 4: The Atego with its emissions-reducing Euro-4-compliant BlueTec engine - the SCR technology employed with BlueTec 4 already reduces particulate and other emissions significantly – is a fitting response to the present debate concerning fine particulate emissions. By virtue of in-engine improvements, BlueTec engines also consume between three and five percent less diesel fuel.
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    BlueTec versions of Atego, Axor and Actros construction-site vehicles: As October 1, 2006 – the date on which the Euro 4 emission standard comes into force for all newly registered commercial vehicles – draws closer, DaimlerChrysler is giving centre stage to the emission and fuel consumption-optimised BlueTec versions of its Atego, Axor and Actros construction-site vehicles. During the course of the coming year, Mercedes-Benz will successively extend the BlueTec line-up in all of its truck series and will thus be able to offer a full range of long-distance haulage, short-radius distribution, construction-site and special-purpose vehicles. The base technology at the heart of the four and six-cylinder engines that drive the Atego and Axor is absolutely identical to that used in the V6 powerplants which have been performing highly impressively in 5,000 Actros 1844 to 2548 long-distance haulage trucks for over 6 months.
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    Role model: Despite its boxy, cube-shaped body, the boxfish is streamlined and can maneuver well even in tight spaces — something cars need to be able to do as well. (Mercedes-Benz bionic car)
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    Inside: The concept car’s interior also reminds you of the boxfish, whose silhouette inspired the cockpit design. The two monitors for the rearview cameras have no natural basis, however. One monitor is located in the center console, the other in the left A-pillar paneling. (Mercedes-Benz bionic car)
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    Role model: Despite its boxy, cube-shaped body, the boxfish is streamlined and can maneuver well even in tight spaces — something cars need to be able to do as well. (Mercedes-Benz bionic car)
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    Smoothly streamlined: A 1:4 scale clay model was tested in a water tunnel in order to further optimize the computer-calculated shape of the unusual “boxfish car.” (Mercedes-Benz bionic car)
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    Interim form: Still a fish, or already a car? The body calculated by Mercedes-Benz engineers according to the SKO method resembles the bony frame of the boxfish. (Mercedes-Benz bionic car)
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    Interim form: Still a fish, or already a car? The body calculated by Mercedes-Benz engineers according to the SKO method resembles the bony frame of the boxfish. (Mercedes-Benz bionic car)
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    Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 320 BLUETEC
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    Press conference: Dieter Zetsche presents the BLUETEC technology of Mercedes-Benz to the world´s press at the Detroit Auto Show 2006.
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    Press conference: Dieter Zetsche presents the BLUETEC technology of Mercedes-Benz to the world´s press at the Detroit Auto Show 2006.
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    Innovative: In 2006, BLUETEC diesel technology and the world premiere of the GL-Class were the focus of the presentation at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
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    Mercedes-Benz Vision GL 420 BLUETEC
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    Mercedes-Benz Vision GL 420 BLUETEC
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    Mercedes-Benz Vision GL 420 BLUETEC
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    Mercedes-Benz Atego, Actros and Axor BLUETEC
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    Mercedes-AMG Motorsport, DTM Retro Game
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    car-to-car communication systems - Radio system sends danger warnings from vehicle to vehicle: Mercedes-Benz expects road safety to also be enhanced even further in the future by car-to-car communication systems, which are now undergoing a major testing campaign in Germany. Car-to-car communication systems utilize WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) radio technology, which enables them to rapidly transmit warnings in time to prevent accidents. Among other things, such systems can be used to warn drivers of fog, black ice, and other dangers right around the next bend. The vehicles serve as transmitters or receivers of information, which they can also forward to other vehicles like a relay runner passing a baton. The critical situations themselves are registered by existing onboard safety systems such as ABS and ESP®. In the future, it may also be possible to have vehicles communicate with roadside beacons in order to optimize traffic flows and prevent the formation of traffic jams.
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    car-to-car communication systems - Radio system sends danger warnings from vehicle to vehicle: Mercedes-Benz expects road safety to also be enhanced even further in the future by car-to-car communication systems, which are now undergoing a major testing campaign in Germany. Car-to-car communication systems utilize WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) radio technology, which enables them to rapidly transmit warnings in time to prevent accidents. Among other things, such systems can be used to warn drivers of fog, black ice, and other dangers right around the next bend. The vehicles serve as transmitters or receivers of information, which they can also forward to other vehicles like a relay runner passing a baton. The critical situations themselves are registered by existing onboard safety systems such as ABS and ESP®. In the future, it may also be possible to have vehicles communicate with roadside beacons in order to optimize traffic flows and prevent the formation of traffic jams.
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    car-to-car communication systems - Radio system sends danger warnings from vehicle to vehicle: Mercedes-Benz expects road safety to also be enhanced even further in the future by car-to-car communication systems, which are now undergoing a major testing campaign in Germany. Car-to-car communication systems utilize WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) radio technology, which enables them to rapidly transmit warnings in time to prevent accidents. Among other things, such systems can be used to warn drivers of fog, black ice, and other dangers right around the next bend. The vehicles serve as transmitters or receivers of information, which they can also forward to other vehicles like a relay runner passing a baton. The critical situations themselves are registered by existing onboard safety systems such as ABS and ESP®. In the future, it may also be possible to have vehicles communicate with roadside beacons in order to optimize traffic flows and prevent the formation of traffic jams.
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    car-to-car communication systems - Radio system sends danger warnings from vehicle to vehicle: Mercedes-Benz expects road safety to also be enhanced even further in the future by car-to-car communication systems, which are now undergoing a major testing campaign in Germany. Car-to-car communication systems utilize WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) radio technology, which enables them to rapidly transmit warnings in time to prevent accidents. Among other things, such systems can be used to warn drivers of fog, black ice, and other dangers right around the next bend. The vehicles serve as transmitters or receivers of information, which they can also forward to other vehicles like a relay runner passing a baton. The critical situations themselves are registered by existing onboard safety systems such as ABS and ESP®. In the future, it may also be possible to have vehicles communicate with roadside beacons in order to optimize traffic flows and prevent the formation of traffic jams.
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    car-to-car communication systems - Radio system sends danger warnings from vehicle to vehicle: Mercedes-Benz expects road safety to also be enhanced even further in the future by car-to-car communication systems, which are now undergoing a major testing campaign in Germany. Car-to-car communication systems utilize WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) radio technology, which enables them to rapidly transmit warnings in time to prevent accidents. Among other things, such systems can be used to warn drivers of fog, black ice, and other dangers right around the next bend. The vehicles serve as transmitters or receivers of information, which they can also forward to other vehicles like a relay runner passing a baton. The critical situations themselves are registered by existing onboard safety systems such as ABS and ESP®. In the future, it may also be possible to have vehicles communicate with roadside beacons in order to optimize traffic flows and prevent the formation of traffic jams.
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    Mercedes-Benz launches BLUETEC initiative in Europe: E 300 BLUETEC with exceptionally clean diesel technology
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    BLUETEC - hybrid - DIESOTTO - fuel cell: Modular technologies for tomorrow’s clean premium motor car: Under the motto “Fascination and Responsibility” Mercedes-Benz will be showcasing a unique range of new, extremely economical and clean models based on intelligently combined drive technologies at the 2007 International Motor Show in Frankfurt.
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    BLUETEC - hybrid - DIESOTTO - fuel cell: Modular technologies for tomorrow’s clean premium motor car: Under the motto “Fascination and Responsibility” Mercedes-Benz will be showcasing a unique range of new, extremely economical and clean models based on intelligently combined drive technologies at the 2007 International Motor Show in Frankfurt.
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    BLUETEC - hybrid - DIESOTTO - fuel cell: Modular technologies for tomorrow’s clean premium motor car: Under the motto “Fascination and Responsibility” Mercedes-Benz will be showcasing a unique range of new, extremely economical and clean models based on intelligently combined drive technologies at the 2007 International Motor Show in Frankfurt.
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    BLUETEC - hybrid - DIESOTTO - fuel cell: Modular technologies for tomorrow’s clean premium motor car: Under the motto “Fascination and Responsibility” Mercedes-Benz will be showcasing a unique range of new, extremely economical and clean models based on intelligently combined drive technologies at the 2007 International Motor Show in Frankfurt.
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    Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 300 BLUETEC and 350 CGI
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    Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 300 BLUETEC and 350 CGI
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    Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 300 BLUETEC and 350 CGI
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    Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 300 BLUETEC and 350 CGI
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    Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 300 BLUETEC and 350 CGI
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    Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 300 BLUETEC and 350 CGI
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    Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 300 BLUETEC and 350 CGI
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    Mercedes-Benz E-Class, E 300 BLUETEC
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