Events

London to Brighton Veteran Car Run 2022. The Mercedes-Benz Classic team receives the "Concours d'Equipe 2022" award for the Mercedes-Simplex 28/32 hp of 1904.
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London to Brighton Veteran Car Run 2022. The Mercedes-Simplex 28/32 hp of 1904 in front of Buckingham Palace in London.
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London to Brighton Veteran Car Run 2022. The Mercedes-Simplex 28/32 hp of 1904, driven by Marcus Breitschwerdt, Head of Mercedes-Benz Heritage.
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London to Brighton Veteran Car Run 2022. Finish in Brighton, interview with Marcus Breitschwerdt, Head of Mercedes-Benz Heritage.
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London to Brighton Veteran Car Run 2022. Mercedes-Simplex 28/32 hp of 1904 driving through London.
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London to Brighton Veteran Car Run 2022. The Mercedes-Simplex 28/32 hp of 1904 in front of the Royal Automobile Club in London.
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Mercedes-Simplex 28/32 hp touring car, year of construction 1904. Studio shot from the front right. (Photo signature of the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archives: D147476)
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Mercedes-Simplex 28/32 hp touring car, year of construction 1904. Studio shot with driver’s seat and cockpit from behind. (Photo signature of the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archives: D147487)
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Mercedes-Simplex 28/32 hp touring car, year of construction 1904. Contemporary cutaway drawing from the left. (Photo signature of the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archives: Mercedes Simplex_28 32_HP_5137)
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Legend Room 1: Pioneers – The Invention of the Automobile, 1886 to 1900, with the work by Robert Rauschenberg, “Riding Bikes” 1998. Special exhibition “Moving in Stereo”, highlights of the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection, 27 October 2022 to 11 June 2023. The exhibition at the Mercedes-Benz Museum shows 150 works by 90 international and national artists from 20 countries. Picture credit: Robert Rauschenberg, “Riding Bikes”, 1998, © VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2022. The use of the photo is permitted within the scope of topical editorial reporting on the above-mentioned exhibition “Moving in Stereo”.
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Legend Room 3: Times Of Change – Diesel and Supercharger, 1914 to 1945, with the work by Jan van der Ploeg, “Mobile”, 2010. Special exhibition “Moving in Stereo”, highlights of the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection, 27 October 2022 to 11 June 2023. The exhibition at the Mercedes-Benz Museum shows 150 works by 90 international and national artists from 20 countries. Picture credit: Jan van der Ploeg, “Mobile”, 2010. The use of the photo is permitted within the scope of topical editorial reporting on the above-mentioned exhibition “Moving in Stereo”.
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Legend Room 3: Times Of Change – Diesel and Supercharger, 1914 to 1945 with the work by Cao Fei, „My Future Is Not A Dream“, 2006. Special exhibition “Moving in Stereo”, highlights of the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection, 27 October 2022 to 11 June 2023. The exhibition at the Mercedes-Benz Museum shows 150 works by 90 international and national artists from 20 countries. Picture credit: Cao Fei, „My Future Is Not A Dream“, 2006. The use of the photo is permitted within the scope of topical editorial reporting on the above-mentioned exhibition “Moving in Stereo”.
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Legend Room 4: Post-war Miracle, 1945-1960 with the work by Tobias Rehberger “Aus Wien”, 2014. Special exhibition “Moving in Stereo”, highlights of the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection, 27 October 2022 to 11 June 2023. The exhibition at the Mercedes-Benz Museum shows 150 works by 90 international and national artists from 20 countries. Picture credit: Tobias Rehberger “Aus Wien”, 2014. The use of the photo is permitted within the scope of topical editorial reporting on the above-mentioned exhibition “Moving in Stereo”.
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Legend Room 5: Visionaries – Safety and the Environment, 1960 to 1982, with the work by Ulrike Rosenbach, „Art is a Criminal Action, 1972“. Special exhibition “Moving in Stereo”, highlights of the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection, 27 October 2022 to 11 June 2023. The exhibition at the Mercedes-Benz Museum shows 150 works by 90 international and national artists from 20 countries. Picture credit: Ulrike Rosenbach, „Art is a Criminal Action, 1972/96, © VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2022. The use of the photo is permitted within the scope of topical editorial reporting on the above-mentioned exhibition “Moving in Stereo”.
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Legend Room 5: Visionaries – Safety and the Environment, 1960 to 1982, with the work by Ugo Rondinone, Nr. 214, „VIERUNDZWANZIGSTERJULIZWEITAUSENDUNDNULL“, 2000. The exhibition at the Mercedes-Benz Museum shows 150 works by 90 international and national artists from 20 countries. Picture credit: Ugo Rondinone, Nr. 214, „VIERUNDZWANZIGSTERJULIZWEITAUSENDUNDNULL“, 2000. The use of the photo is permitted within the scope of topical editorial reporting on the above-mentioned exhibition “Moving in Stereo”.
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Legend Room 7: Silver Arrows – Races and Records, with the work by Nam June Paik, “Nam Sat”, 1997. Special exhibition “Moving in Stereo”, highlights of the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection, 27 October 2022 to 11 June 2023. The exhibition at the Mercedes-Benz Museum shows 150 works by 90 international and national artists from 20 countries. Picture credit: Nam June Paik, “Nam Sat”, 1997. The use of the photo is permitted within the scope of topical editorial reporting on the above-mentioned exhibition “Moving in Stereo”.
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C 2, Gallery of Carriers with the work by Wu Hao, „Watermarks Project: Wuhan“, 2015. Special exhibition “Moving in Stereo”, highlights of the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection, 27 October 2022 to 11 June 2023. The exhibition at the Mercedes-Benz Museum shows 150 works by 90 international and national artists from 20 countries. Picture credit: Wu Hao, „Watermarks Project: Wuhan“, 2015. The use of the photo is permitted within the scope of topical editorial reporting on the above-mentioned exhibition “Moving in Stereo”.
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Collection 5. In the foreground work by Vincent Szarek, „Moving in Stereo“, 2004. In the background from right: Robert Longo, „Untitled“ (engine), 1995, Dieter Blum, „Mercedes-Benz“, 1989, David Hockney, “The Steering Wheel #3”, 1982, Jean Tinguely „Do-it-yourself-sculpture“, 1961. The exhibition at the Mercedes-Benz Museum shows 150 works by 90 international and national artists from 20 countries. Picture credit: in the foreground: Vincent Szarek, „Moving in Stereo“, 2004, in the background from right: Robert Longo, „Untitled“ (engine), 1995 © VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2022. Dieter Blum, „Mercedes-Benz“, 1989, David Hockney, „The Steering Wheel #3“, 1982, Jean Tinguely „Do-it-yourself-sculpture“, 1961, © VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2022. The use of the photo is permitted within the scope of topical editorial reporting on the above-mentioned exhibition “Moving in Stereo”.
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C 5, Gallery „Moving in Stereo“, Jean Tinguely, “Meta-Maxi”, 1986. Special exhibition “Moving in Stereo”, highlights of the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection, 27 October 2022 to 11 June 2023. The exhibition at the Mercedes-Benz Museum shows 150 works by 90 international and national artists from 20 countries. Picture credit: Jean Tinguely, „Meta-Maxi“, 1986, © VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2022. The use of the photo is permitted within the scope of topical editorial reporting on the above-mentioned exhibition “Moving in Stereo”.
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 Rare opportunity: In summer 2022, the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, USA, shows the exhibition „Andy Warhol: Cars – Works from the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection“ with world famous artistic renderings from the „Cars“-series of pop artist Andy Warhol together with the corresponding original cars including the Mercedes-Benz C 111. Graphic rendering of the exhibition.
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Experimental vehicle Mercedes-Benz C 111 on the test track in Stuttgart-Untertürkheim. Photo from 2010. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: 10C440_113)
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Mercedes-Benz C 111 experimental vehicles in the Mercedes-Benz Classic collection. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: 19C0841_003)
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Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance 2021. The coveted title of “Best of Show” went to one of only two 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540 K “Autobahnkurier” (“Motorway Courier”) models ever built, from the Keller Collection, Petaluma, California. The vehicle here is at the Tour d’Elegance.
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Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance 2021. The coveted title of “Best of Show” went to one of only two 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540 K “Autobahnkurier” (“Motorway Courier”) models ever built, from the Keller Collection, Petaluma, California.
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Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance 2021. Numerous well-maintained Mercedes-Benz vehicles are an annual fixture at the famous Monterey Car Week event.
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Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance 2021. Numerous well-maintained Mercedes-Benz vehicles are an annual fixture at the famous Monterey Car Week event.
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Monterey Car Week 2021. A drive with post-war Mercedes-Benz classics along the Californian coast.
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Monterey Car Week 2021. A drive with post-war Mercedes-Benz classics along the Californian coast.
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Mercedes-Benz Classic at the Classic Days 2022 in the “Green Park” in Düsseldorf. Benz Patent Motor Car from 1886, authentic reconstruction. Photo from Classic Days Schloss Dyck 2017. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: D523010)
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Mercedes-Benz Classic at the Classic Days 2022 in the “Green Park” in Düsseldorf. Benz Patent Motor Car from 1886, authentic reconstruction. Studio shot from the back left in 2020. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: D604394)
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Mercedes-Benz Classic at the Classic Days 2022 in the “Green Park” in Düsseldorf. Mercedes-Simplex 40 hp from 1902. Driving shot from the Mercedes-Benz Classic Insight “Dream Cars” in September 2020. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: D690394)
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 Mercedes-Benz Classic at the Classic Days 2022 in the “Green Park” in Düsseldorf. Mercedes-Simplex 40 hp from 1902. Photo at the engine start of Le Mans Classic 2022 on 30 June 2022. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: D786646)
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Mercedes-Benz Classic at the Classic Days 2022 in the “Green Park” in Düsseldorf. Mercedes-Benz SSKL Avus racing car with streamlined body (W 06). Driving shot during Monterey Car Week in California on 15 August 2019. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: D612725)
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Mercedes-Benz Classic at the Classic Days 2022 in the “Green Park” in Düsseldorf. Mercedes-Benz SSKL Avus racing car with streamlined body (W 06). Exterior shot from the right during Monterey Car Week in California on 15 August 2019. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: D612658)
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Mercedes-Benz Classic at the Classic Days 2022 in the “Green Park” in Düsseldorf. Mercedes-Benz 300 SL racing sports car (W 194) with chassis number 5. Driving shot of Le Mans Classic 2022 on 29 June 2022. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: D786219)
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Mercedes-Benz Classic at the Classic Days 2022 in the “Green Park” in Düsseldorf. Mercedes-Benz 300 SL racing sports car (W 194) with chassis number 5. Exterior shot from the front left of Le Mans Classic 2022 on 2 July 2022. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: D787231)
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Mercedes-Benz Classic at the Classic Days 2022 in the “Green Park” in Düsseldorf. The Mercedes Simplex Vision. Photo from the Design Essentials III in Nice 2019. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: D579658)
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Mercedes-Benz Classic at the Classic Days 2022 in the “Green Park” in Düsseldorf. The Mercedes Simplex Vision. Exterior shot from the left from 2019. (Photo index number in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Archive: D579164)
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Mercedes-Benz Museum, special exhibition “55 YEARS AMG – CHANGING THE GAME” from July 2022. Campaign motive for the jubilee. Vision AMG, Mercedes-AMG ONE (combined weighted fuel consumption: 8.7 l/100 km; combined weighted CO₂ emissions: 198 g/km; combined weighted electrical consumption: 32 kWh/100 km) , Mercedes-AMG 4-door coupé and AMG 300 SEL 6.8 (from left to right).
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Carlotta, the Mercedes-Benz Museum’s mascot, will be present at the Museum‘s Children’s and Family Day on 10 July 2022. Photo from 2021.
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