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Mercedes Engine History
In 1886, Karl Benz founded Benz Motorwagen and patented it as the first ever motor vehicle, however, in 1901, the Diamler Motoren Gesellschaft made Mercedes. The slogan of the Mercedes-Benz is 'The Best or Nothing'; Mercedes-Benz is one of the Germany's big three luxury automakers in conjunction with Audi and BMW. The first Mercedes-Benz was a petrol powered car and after one year in the result of engineer Wilhelm and Mr Daimler's adoption of Stagecoach with a petrol engine. First Mercedes-Benz model was marketed in 1901 by the Daimler-Motoron-Gesellschaft, however, the formal production of vehicles with the name of Mercedes-Benz was started in 1926 as a result of a merger of Karl Benz Company and the Daimler Gottlieb company. These companies made a new entity named as Daimler-Benz and they produced more than seven hundred models till 1930. During the Nazi period in Germany, these cars were the most popular and Adolf Hitler was known to have driven several models with bulletproof wind shields. Most of those models were sold to private buyers in the auctions however one of them can be sought at War Museum in Ottawa Ontario. Mercedes-Benz is famous for their second to none innovative technologies and safety measures that they introduced in their automobiles and established their brand image across the globe. It is the most aged brand on the globe that is still operating in executive class and luxury segments of auto market. The logo of Mercedes-Benz with the three pointed star shows the Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft and it has also included the merger of Daimler and Benz. Mercedes-Benz has different subsidiaries as it is the part of Daimler AG Company. It includes Mercedes-Benz and Smart car production. It has Mercedes-AMG that has the status of majority owned division of Mercedes-Benz since 1998 and it was integrated into the Daimler Chrysler in 1999 and got the status of Mercedes-AMG from 1999. Mercedes-Benz was engaged with the McLaren in limited production of sports cars from 2003 to 2009. The ensuing Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren was an expansion of the partnership by which Mercedes engines are used by the Team McLaren-Mercedes Formula One, which was then little bit owned by Mercedes. McLaren came to an end of the manufacturing process of the SLR in 2009 and went on to build up its individual car that was successfully launched in 2011. Maybach is the ultra luxury brand of Daimler AG and is under the Mercedes-Benz cars division until 2013. The Mercedes-Benz exclusively stopped the production of Maybach in 2013 due to the significant decrease in the sales.