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MERCEDES-BENZ

German Brand of automobiles luxury buses and trucks of the company Daimler AG. Mercedes Benz is the car manufacturer more ancient of the world. The symbol of the three-pointed star, designed by Gottlieb Daimler, symbolizes the capacity of their engines to be employed on land, sea or air. The known symbol currently appeared for the first time in 1937.

The company was created around 1881, when Daimler and Benz invented the internal combustion engine for automobiles. The first car with this engine was launched in 1886, it had only three wheels and one gear, maximum speed of 17 km/h and 0.9 horses. The engine was running with gasoline, a few years later they brought out a new version of this model, with four wheels and two gears, reaching a top speed of 20 km/h.

At the beginning of the TWENTIETH century, the automobile Daimler were led by a distributor in austria named Emil Jellinek, who wrote down the car under the name of his daughter, Mercedes, leaving this name as the name for the cars produced later.

The companies “Daimler Motorengesellschaft” and “Benz & Cie” began to cooperate with each other in 20 years. Merged permanently in 1926 and established the “Daimler-Benz AG”. Despite the fact that it is focused on land vehicles, Mercedes-Benz also built engines for boats and airplanes, and even zeppelins.

Mercedes-Benz cars were noted for their high degree of quality and their attractive designs. The company has cultivated an image of technical superiority, quality and service in their designs. It has been famous for their models of limo, luxury cars, and sports. Their productions have been known by the creation and introduction of the most advanced technologies, including injection engine and the ABS system, among other things.

In 1998 Daimler-Benz, parent company of Mercedes-Benz, merged with the american Chrysler Corporation, creating DaimlerChrysler, the third group automobile in the world. Fusion was launched in 2006, the van R and the sporty GL. In 2007 the merger on DaimlerChrysler fails, and sold Chrysler Corporation.

In the Hall the Automobile of Frankfurt of 2007, Mercedes-Benz introduced the hybrid vehicle Mercedes-Benz F700.

In 2010, Daimler signed an agreement with Renault, where both companies will share technologies and future developments.