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Transcript of Mercedes Benz
Engineer industrial designer and industrialist born in Schorndorf started to develop an internal-combustion engines. He invented the high-speed petrol engine and the first four-wheel automobile.
was a German engine designer and car engineer, generally regarded as the inventor of the gasoline-powered automobile.
A wealthy banker-sportsman Emil Jellinek of Vienna was much impressed by the success of the Daimler motor in racing competition. He purchased controlling stock interest in Daimler in the early 1890's and put nearly unlimited funds at the disposal of Gottlieb and Daimler's two sons, Paul and Adolph. It was Jellinek who encouraged Daimler in his idea to create what was to be the most powerful car of its day, a 35 h.p. Monster.
In 1900 the 4-cylinder Daimler was completed and the car was christened in honor of Emil Jellinek's beautiful daughter, Mercedes. The new car was an immediate sensation..
The German luxury car-manufacturer has been around for more than a century, having elegantly drifted the both smooth and rough curves of automobile history..
By the time the 80's came, the world had already grown concerned with the effects of CO2 emissions and overall car pollution.
By the early 1990's, their diesel car range had completely switched to four-valve intake/exhaust systems and carburetors were dropped in favor of fuel injection systems. A few years later, Mercedes – Benz moved into developing superchargers which it did through the release of the C 230 Kompressor.
Mercedes-Benz is also guilty of breaking a number of speed records, among which ramming the 200 km/h barrier is probably the most notable..
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Juan Carlos Calvo Mora