Mercedes-Benz Cars

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  • Stuttgart, May 9, 2017 - It was twenty years ago that Mercedes-Benz presented the M-Class in Tuscaloosa (Alabama/USA). Following the traces of the legendary G-Class, the precursor to today's GLE successfully marked the brand's entry into the Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) segment. At the same time, both vehicles provided the basis for the present, extensive Mercedes-Benz product portfolio in this market segment, which also includes the GLA, GLC and GLS apart from the G-Class and GLE.
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  • Stuttgart, Feb 22, 2016 - The S-Class model series 140 is a superlative Mercedes-Benz. 25 years ago it was premiered at the 1991 Geneva Motor Show. Its developers concentrated on maximum comfort, for example through generous dimensions and double glazing for optimised acoustic insulation. Plus there were numerous systems supporting the driver. In addition it was the brand's first series-production passenger car to be available with a twelve-cylinder engine.
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  • Stuttgart, Feb 2, 2016 - The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is a success story with a great tradition. One of its forebears is the Mercedes-Benz 170 V, which was presented to the world public in February 1936. Driving comfort, downsizing and lightweight construction: these were just some of the features of this car, which also impressed with its new four-cylinder engine and spacious interior despite compact dimensions.
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  • Stuttgart, Nov 30, 2015 - New findings make it possible for the Mercedes-Benz 190 SL to take part in the present-day Mille Miglia: the right to participate is reserved exclusively for models which were represented in the original road race that was held from 1927 to 1957 – and a 190 SL took part in the demanding "1000 Miles" from Brescia to Rome and back in 1956. That year's race featured a total of 15 Mercedes-Benz vehicles, six of them works cars: three "Ponton" Type 220 special touring cars and three 300 SL "Gullwing" models.
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  • Stuttgart, Sep 29, 2015 - The Targa Florio was the decisive contest in the 1955 World Sports Car Championship. Under tremendous pressure to succeed in this, the final race of the season, Mercedes-Benz finished first and second with the 300 SLR, just enough to win the World Championship. This was a triumph that allowed the Mercedes star to shine more brightly than ever before.
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