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The world’s first all-wheel-drive passenger car comes from Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft in 1907

* 100 years ago: The “Dernburg-Wagen” features all-wheel-drive and even all-wheel steering

* Highly sophisticated design by Paul Daimler

* Everyday use in the colony of German South-West Africa, today’s Namibia

The first all-wheel-drive car for everyday use was built by Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG) in 1907. The “Dernburg-Wagen”, as it was known, even featured all-wheel steering. It is called after the then Secretary of State Bernhard Dernburg who drove many a kilometer in it in Africa the following year.

In fact the all-wheel-drive history of the company began slightly earlier, in 1903, when Paul Daimler laid the foundations for this technology with a first design draft. The first all-wheel-drive vehicle appeared in 1904, and was quickly followed by others. Since then, the watchword has been that all-wheel drive is the best technology when it comes to better traction and safe, assured progress. Over the decades it has been successfully used in all kinds of Mercedes-Benz vehicles, both passenger cars and commercial vehicles, and from vans to heavy-duty trucks. Some of these models, for example the G-Class or the Unimog, have gained a legendary worldwide reputation, and are to be found virtually everywhere on earth. All-wheel drive also scores heavily in day-to-day driving on normal roads, however, as the Mercedes-Benz saloons with 4MATIC demonstrate.

The Dernburg vehicle of 1907
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Mercedes-Benz design study: Concept Ocean Drive design study – the most comfortable and elegant modern-day convertible

Detroit, Dec 20, 2006
At the North American Auto Show Detroit, Mercedes-Benz is adding to its reputation as a pioneer and design trendsetter among premium carmakers with the presentation of its Concept Ocean Drive four-door convertible. This study is a one-off creation by Mercedes-Benz which revives the tradition of large luxury convertibles. Not having to work to a design brief or production specifications left the designers free to get on with the job of developing the world’s most comfortable and elegant convertible.


The Concept Ocean Drive is an aweinspiring jewel on wheels. As a four-door convertible, it belongs in a luxury genre that has almost disappeared from our roads. Like the luxury convertibles of years gone by, this showpiece from Stuttgart features the maximum in elegance, lifestyle sophistication and exclusiveness. To put it another way, it represents automobile culture at its most attractive and desirable.

The one-off special has an all-new body with an almost classic flavour and with clearly defined lines and vibrant two-tone paintwork which are exceptionally charismatic. Although on one level the Concept Ocean Drive displays the restraint of an elite and aristocratic automobile, it is also an open invitation to go on a “top-less” cruise along the world’s finest ocean promenades. Luxurious, exotic materials have been crafted with consummate skill to create a showpiece of unparalleled perfection.
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Last 203 Series C-Class Sedan Rolls off Assembly Line in Sindelfingen

* Approximately 630,000 C-Class sedans produced at Sindelfingen plant

* Best-selling Mercedes-Benz C-Class in company’s history


Stuttgart/Sindelfingen, Dec 14, 2006
With only a few weeks left to go until the world premiere of the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class, the last 203 series sedan is rolling off the assembly line today at the Sindelfingen plant. The milestone vehicle, an iridium silver C 230 sedan, is destined for a customer in the U.S. The production of the last car of the series provided Vice President and Manager of the DaimlerChrysler plant in Sindelfingen: “Since the series was launched in 2000, the employees at the Sindelfingen plant have produced about 630,000 units of the sedan for customers all over the world,” he said. “Every single vehicle is an expression of their expertise and their attention to detail. I would like to thank all of the employees for making the C-Class what it is today: one of the most popular automobiles in the upper mid-range segment.”

As the successor of the 202 Series, the W 203 sedan continued the success story of its predecessor by becoming the best-selling C-Class in the company’s history.

From prechamber to BLUETEC

* Diesel technology from Mercedes-Benz: A history of innovations

* From stationary engine to refined automotive drive

* BLUETEC: The diesel technology of the future


The diesel engine draws much of its appeal from the history of the Mercedes-Benz brand. It “learned to walk” in the motor vehicle at Benz & Cie. – at the beginning of the twentieth century, design engineer Prosper L’Orange developed a vehicle propulsion unit from Rudolf Diesel’s engine, and in 1923 the world’s first diesel truck originated in Mannheim. Finally, in 1936 Mercedes-Benz built the world’s first diesel passenger car. Since that time there has been an unending succession of innovations to every aspect of the compression-ignition engine in the vehicles of the Stuttgart-based brand.

BLUETEC is the latest innovation for low emission levels and is going to further advance the powerful but low-emission drive towards the future. These high-tech vehicles, which make good ecological sense and are blessed with attractive driving qualities, provide an answer to the questions of the vehicle concepts of tomorrow. In the modular BLUETEC system, Mercedes-Benz has put together a technology package for coming vehicle generations.
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In the Axor all the way to Beijing

* Over 13 000 kilometres from Paris to the Chinese capital

* An Axor truck supplied the “E-Class Experience” with diesel

* The truck fitted with Blue-Tec diesel technology proves totally reliable even under extreme conditions

Stuttgart, Nov 27, 2006
Two continents, seven time zones, 13 605 kilometres with variations in of over 2 000 metres – the vehicles taking part in the “Paris – Beijing 2006” rally had to get through a marathon programme between 21 October and 17 November 2006. An Axor 1833 L truck drove ahead of the main convoy. The main function of this truck and its crew: to refuel the entire fleet of cars with diesel fuel.


“E-Class Experience” was the name of the adventure in which participants set off from the French capital and drove all the way to the Chinese capital. The main aim of the event was to demonstrate the high level of reliability and the low con-sumption of engines fitted with state-of-the-art diesel technology. To this end, DaimlerChrysler sent 33 teams driving Mercedes E 320 CDI models and three E 320 Blue-Tec on this journey.

One of the logistical challenges to be overcome was ensuring a reliable supply of fuel. More than 100 000 litres of fuel were consumed over this record distance. Diesel of the highest quality had to be provided at all 23 stage finishing points along the route heading east from Berlin. The tour organisers found the solution in a cooperative venture with Aral and the Hamburg-based freight forwarding company Hoyer.
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New Mercedes-Benz Sprinter launched at the Ludwigsfelde plant

* Symbolic launch of production today

* A total of €300 million invested in the expansion of the Ludwigsfelde plant

* Existing 1,500 jobs safeguarded; additional 500 to be created

* New Sprinter donated to non-profit youth project

Stuttgart/Ludwigsfelde, Jun 23, 2006
The first new Mercedes-Benz Sprinter officially rolled off the line today in Ludwigsfelde. DaimlerChrysler CEO and Mercedes Car Group head Dr. Dieter Zetsche, the premier of the state of Brandenburg, Matthias Platzeck, and managing director of DaimlerChrysler Ludwigsfelde GmbH Dr. Heinrich Weiß all pushed the red button that symbolically marked the launch of Sprinter production at the plant, which is located south of Berlin.

“Ludwigsfelde successfully brings together the competitive advantages Eastern Germany offers the automotive industry,” said Zetsche. “This is the place where highly qualified, hard-working, loyal personnel are writing a new chapter in the long and successful history of car manufacturing – here at the bridgehead to the markets of Eastern Europe.”

Brandenburg’s premier, Matthias Platzeck, expressed his approval of what he called DaimlerChrysler’s “exemplary corporate policy.” He said that the Group has “used qualification programs to give formerly jobless people the opportunity to enter regular employment. The Group’s extraordinarily high number of trainees also demonstrates its tre-mendous commitment to the eastern states of Germany and the great contribution it is making to create opportunities for the young people in this part of the country.” Platzeck went on to say: “The rapidly growing region of Berlin-Brandenburg offers DaimlerChrysler a fruitful business environment. The state government of Brandenburg is doing its utmost to support the creation of networks and clusters, such as the supplier network ‘automotive BerlinBrandenburg.’”

The new Sprinter will be produced at the two German plants for the model in Düsseldorf and Ludwigsfelde. A completely new manufacturing line containing state-of-the-art automated production equipment was constructed for the model at the Ludwigsfelde plant, where flatbed vans and chassis are built. The Ludwigsfelde expansion also included new paint and body shops.

DaimlerChrysler invested a total of €1.8 billion in the development of the new model series. Top priority is being placed on exemplary workmanship and long-term production quality. A considerably greater proportion of sheet metal components are now galvanized as compared to the previous model. Meticulously seamed seals, application of stone chip primer in vulnerable areas, and undersealing likewise help to ensure long life and value retention. In addition, the Ludwigsfelde plant is now employing a new corrosion protection process known as RoDip (rotation dipping): In each pre-treatment bath, including the cataphoretic dip bath, the vehicle bodies are rotated a full 360 degrees on their transverse axes. This ensures uniform all-over coating of all sheet metal parts and cavities.

The new Sprinter is expected to continue the success story of its predecessor model, of which more than 1.3 million units were built in just 11 years. Stepped-up production volume for the new Sprinter has made it possible to divide manufacturing activities between Düsseldorf and Ludwigsfelde.

“We invested more than €300 million in Ludwigsfelde for production of the Sprinter, and this enabled us to safeguard jobs,” said Zetsche. “In fact, we’re not only safeguarding the approximately 1,500 existing jobs at our plant, but also those at supplier companies in the surrounding area. And we are strengthening the significance of the region around Ludwigsfelde as a production location for the future as well, especially since we’re also creating around 500 new jobs at DaimlerChrysler Ludwigsfelde – jobs that the region urgently needs.” The Ludwigsfelde plant is already working in two-shift operations, and plans call for a third shift to be introduced.

DaimlerChrysler Ludwigsfelde GmbH has a large proportion of trainees working at its plant: The company is currently training around 200 young men and women, 30 of whom are being trained on behalf of cooperation partners. Over the last 15 years, DaimlerChrysler Ludwigsfelde GmbH has trained more than 1,000 people at the plant, and more than 90 percent of the trainees were subsequently taken on by the company in recent years.

During the ceremony to mark the production launch, Zetsche handed over a new Sprinter – an Arctic White twin-cab flatbed truck – to a cabinetmaking shop for young people in the district of Teltow-Fläming. The shop, part of a project supervised by social workers, provides 20 training positions for teenagers and young adults who have been unable to obtain a regular training position or job.