Latest Mercedes-Benz News

Exploring the Best Software of CAD for Mercedes Car Modeling

3D car modeling is an integral part of the development process of Mercedes-Benz cars. They serve as an avenue for visualizing the end products that automakers want to achieve. As the automotive industry continues to evolve, manufacturers and designers are adopting and utilizing technological advancements for effective production. Automobile companies are ditching traditional manufacturing procedures for their high costs and limitation of production time. Car design is a complex process that requires the use of advanced tools and techniques to create high-quality and innovative designs. In this new era, CNC machining plays an important role in the prototyping and manufacturing of automotive parts. It allows car manufacturers to create a… Continue Reading »


2018 Mercedes-Benz X-Class Pickup Recalled Due to Software Issue

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz X-Class pickup is being recalled due to software concerns. The problem stems from the onboard tire pressure monitoring of the vehicle. According to CarAdvice, 57 units of the X-Class are subject to recall. The recall was announced after the vehicles displayed the software error code RY2. The issue prevents the instrument cluster of the pickup from displaying a low tire pressure warning. With that, the driver will not be alerted if the pressure of the tires is below the minimum recommended level. The problem could lead to an uneven tire wear, which could impact the driving performance of the X-Class. The steering and braking would be compromised in this… Continue Reading »


3 Million Mercedes Diesel Cars Recalled For Emissions Software Update

If you bought a Mercedes-Benz diesel car in UK sometime in the last six years, you’re bound to be affected by this new announcement from the German automaker. About three million Mercedes diesel cars are being recalled to improve their emissions performance. The announcement is still a backlash from the Volkswagen diesel scandal that put European cars into strict scrutiny. Germany’s Daimler promised that the reduction of nitrogen oxide output will be shouldered by the company and owners won’t have to spend a single cent for it. The estimated total cost for Mercedes would be around €220 million. Daimler is smartly implementing the rule to comply with the Euro 5… Continue Reading »


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