Mercedes-Benz

  • Stuttgart, Oct 29, 2020 - Reconstruction, economic miracle and a new desire for travel: the Mercedes-Benz L 6600 heavy-duty truck and the Mercedes-Benz O 6600 bus, equipped with the same drivetrain, were the ideal vehicles for all this and more from 1950 right into the mid-1960s.
  • Stuttgart, Sep 22, 2020 - 65 years ago, in 1955, Mercedes-Benz presented a versatile talent bearing the star in the midst of the strongest economic growth phase of the Miracle on the Rhine: the L 319 van and compact O 319 minibus perfectly met the demands of assistance services as well as traders in all sectors.
  • Stuttgart, Dec 5, 2019 - Its impressive overall design concept made the Mercedes-Benz O 321 H/HL bus ─ which was unveiled 65 years ago ─ a resounding success. And the production figures provide solid proof of this:
  • Stuttgart, Apr 22, 2009 - A false start that turned out well in the end. The history of the 300 engine series, launched in 1949 for light and medium-duty commercial vehicles, was certainly not without drama.
  • Stuttgart, Jun 30, 2008 - In the impressive bus development history of Mercedes-Benz, the O 322 is an important link between two outstanding vehicle generations.
  • Stuttgart, Apr 1, 2008 - Four different models for between six and sixteen passengers, engine output ratings from four to ten horsepower: the first bus series was launched by Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft in May 1898. The automotive pioneer thus became the world’s first supplier of a complete series of motorized buses.
  • Stuttgart, Mar 3, 2008 - It was a question of making the best of scarce resources in factories which had been destroyed during the war. But as early as March 1948, Daimler-Benz succeeded in “re-editing” the Mercedes-Benz O 4500 bus.
  • Stuttgart, Feb 1, 2008 - Wide doors, high windows, clear passenger information, plenty of interior space and comfortable seats; an ergonomically designed cockpit for one-man operation and quiet, clean engines. Nowadays these are the features that characterize the familiar appearance of modern regular service buses. When the O 307 inter-urban bus entered series production in February 1973, attributes such as these were anything but the norm.
  • Stuttgart, Jul 25, 2006 - In Sindelfingen on August 27, 1991 Mercedes-Benz unveiled the O 404, a touring coach the like of which the world had never seen.
  • Stuttgart, Apr 26, 2005 - <b>June 1925</b> Until June 1925 bus bodies had been mounted as a matter of course on conventional truck chassis which featured straight frames. This had meant quite a climb for the passengers. The new “low-floor” bus ushered in a new era.
  • Stuttgart, Apr 26, 2005 - <b>June 1, 1930</b> Wood had been the preferred material of coachbuilders. But then, from 1930, Daimler-Benz introduced the steel skeleton design step by step.
  • Stuttgart, Apr 18, 2005 - <b>May 18, 1965</b> One for all – probably the aptest description of the Mercedes-Benz O 302. Urban regular-service bus, country bus, touring coach – this bus with the three-pointed star was a jack of all trades.
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