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  • Stuttgart, Apr 12, 2021 - 160 vehicles and a total of 1,500 exhibits are presented in the varied permanent exhibition of the Mercedes-Benz Museum. The “33 Extras” are a particular highlight: they can bring the history of personal mobility and motoring culture to life using details that are often surprising.
  • Rome, Apr 11, 2021 - After a disappointing first race of the weekend, the Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team hit back with a win in the second race: Stoffel Vandoorne won the E-Prix in Rome, taking his second ever Formula E win
  • Rome, Apr 10, 2021 - Stoffel Vandoorne and Nyck de Vries out of luck in action-packed debut for the Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team on the streets of Rome, as both drivers are forced to retire
  • Stuttgart, Apr 9, 2021 - One of the greatest talents of inventor Gottlieb Daimler was finding new areas of application for his engine. He invented the motor cycle, then went to the motorised trolley car, a motorised firefighting hose and then, almost inevitably, to the truck in the year 1896.
  • Brackley, Apr 9, 2021 - The Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team today announced the next step in the evolution of its technical leadership structure for the years ahead.
  • Stuttgart, Apr 8, 2021 - Fifty years ago, in April 1971, Mercedes-Benz initiated a new chapter in the fascinating history of the SL sports car: the 350 SL was the brand’s first SL with a V8 engine and the first model in the R 107 model series to bear the “R” abbreviation for “roadster” for the first time.
  • Stuttgart / Tokio / Victoria, Apr 8, 2021 - FUSO has launched Daimler Trucks’ first series-produced e-Truck in Australia. Recently, a launch event was held in Melbourne to showcase the pioneering eCanter light-duty vehicle.
  • Stuttgart, Apr 7, 2021 - While the Mercedes-AMG Customer Racing Teams were enjoying further successes around the world, the Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team was gearing up for its first competitive visit to Rome
  • Stuttgart/Rems-Murr district, Apr 7, 2021 - In the fight against the corona virus pandemic and in a bid to speed up the vaccination campaign in the Rems-Murr district, the head of the district's council, Dr Richard Sigel has joined forces with Baden-Württemberg's Ministry for Social Affairs and drawn up a unique concept within the State of Baden-Württemberg which will see a mobile doctor's practice being used directly in the towns and villages of the district.

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