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A Look at the Mercedes S-Guard

Being a political figure or head of state can cause somewhat of a headache, especially if that person has made several enemies along the way. The worst kind of headache that these people could get is a bullet or piece of shrapnel lodged in their skulls, if they ever survive the shot or blast aimed at them. So, Mercedes-Benz has made sure that these individuals could get the best protection available to a luxury automobile by offering its signature armored vehicles such as the ML-based M-Guard and the G-Class-based G-Guard. In addition to these, the famous German marque officially revealed the Mercedes S-Guard recently according to Auto Express. Travel Safe in Style The new version of the… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz Officially Launches Its New Aeroacoustic Wind Tunnel

Mercedes-Benz recently opened its new aeroacoustic wind tunnel at the development center of the company in Sindelfingen, the official website of Mercedes-Benz revealed. The wind tunnel is the latest addition to the Mercedes-Benz Technology Centre where the company has invested over €230 million. The center also features a climate tunnel and driving simulator center. The company is currently working on a technology center for vehicle safety in the same location. Mercedes-Benz Cars Head Dr. Dieter Zetsche said the launch of the aeroacoustic wind tunnel shows that Sindelfingen is the heart of the automobile industry. European Commissioner for Energy Günther Oettinger was present in the official inauguration of the facility. The… Continue Reading »

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State-of-the-art driving simulators up and working

Ever been to Daimler’s Sindelfingen base. Well, you should, because that’s where the company’s latest technological breakthrough sits—brand new driving simulators. If you’re wondering who got first dibs on these babies, it’s none other than two of the company’s officials (who also happen to be working for the German government) Thomas Weber, a board member, and Peter Frankenberg, who is also Science Minister of the Baden-Wurttemberg state. Yes, we know you could have had tons more fun than they had, but it doesn’t matter. Right now these driving simulators are the cream of the crop in the automotive industry. So you’re going to have to be a high level official… Continue Reading »

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