Cooperation project “Electric High Speed” between the Mercedes-Benz design department and the University of Applied Sciences in Munich, Faculty of Design, 2016 and 2017. Design students developed design studies for wheel-driven, high-speed record-breaking cars with an electric drive. The would-be automobile designers found particular inspiration in the body shapes of the historic Mercedes-Benz record-breaking cars of the 1930s. Photo of the project work headed by Prof. Othmar Wickenheiser.

D478675 Inspiring to the present day: Caracciola’s 432.7 km/h on a public road on 28 January 1938: A Mercedes-Benz record for practically all time
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    18C0022_02
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    Cooperation project “Electric High Speed” between the Mercedes-Benz design department and the University of Applied Sciences in Munich, Faculty of Design, 2016 and 2017. Design students developed design studies for wheel-driven, high-speed record-breaking cars with an electric drive. The would-be automobile designers found particular inspiration in the body shapes of the historic Mercedes-Benz record-breaking cars of the 1930s. Photo of the project work headed by Prof. Othmar Wickenheiser.
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    Jan 24, 2018
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