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Mercedes-Benz is a German car manufacturer in various Asphalt games.

Overview

Mercedes-Benz is a global automobile marque and a division of the German company Daimler AG. The brand is known for luxury vehicles, buses, coaches, and lorries. The headquarters is in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg. The name first appeared in 1926 under Daimler-Benz.

Mercedes-Benz traces its origins to Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft's 1901 Mercedes and Karl Benz's 1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen, which is widely regarded as the first gasoline-powered automobile. The slogan for the brand is "the best or nothing". Under Daimler AG, Mercedes-Benz has three subsidiaries: Mercedes-AMG (for high performance vehicles), Mercedes EQ (for electric vehicles), and Mercedes AMG Petronas, the Formula One team. Mercedes first entered Formula One in 1954, and they did so with the staggering W196, driven by Juan Manuel Fangio, at the 1954 French GP. He won, and it was a Mercedes 1-2. But after a tragic accident at Le Mans that year, when dozens of spectators were killed as a car left the track, Mercedes withdrew from racing together. It wasn't until joining forces with the mighty McLaren that Mercedes finally returned to F1 as an engine supplier. Mercedes powered McLaren driver Mika Hakkinen to his first career victory in 1997, but it was the year after, when Hakkinen drove the MP4-19, they first tasted championship success. But after years as an engine supplier, the hunger to return as a full factory outfit was overwhelming. During the 2012 Chinese Grand Prix, Mercedes won as a constructor for the first time since 1955. Since then, Mercedes has become one of the greats, and its subsidiary, Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains, still supplies engines, but for the ROKiT Williams F1 Team and SportPesa Racing Point F1 team. As of the 2019 Russian Grand Prix, one of Mercedes' drivers, Lewis Hamilton, broke Michael Schumacher's record of most Grands Prix led.

 

Vehicles

Year Model Image Appearances
1999 CL (C215) Mercedes CL Asphalt Urban GT 2
2001 SL (R230) Mercedes SL Asphalt Urban GT 2
2004 CLS (C219) Mercedes CLS Asphalt Urban GT 2
2004 SLK (R171) Mercedes SLK Asphalt Urban GT 2
2004 SLR McLaren (C199) AUGT2 SLR Asphalt Urban GT 2
2007 C 350 (W204) Mercedes C Asphalt 7: Heat
2007 SLR McLaren Roadster 722 S (R199) A8 722 stats (S KMH) Asphalt 8: Airborne
Asphalt Street Storm Racing
2009 E 550 Coupe (C207) Mercedes E Asphalt 5
2009 C-Klasse DTM (W204) Mercedes DTM Asphalt 6: Adrenaline
Asphalt 3D
2009 SLR Stirling Moss (C199) Mercedes SLR Asphalt 6: Adrenaline
Asphalt 3D
2010 Biome Mercedes Biome Asphalt 8: Airborne
Asphalt Nitro
2012 Silver Lightning AN Silver Lightning Asphalt 8: Airborne
Asphalt Nitro
2012 Ener-G-Force Concept AX EGF stats (S) Asphalt Xtreme
2012 Zetros 1833 (4x4) AX Zetros stats (S) Asphalt Xtreme
2014 U4023 AX Unimog stats (S) Asphalt Xtreme
2016 GLC 250 4MATIC (C253) Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe price Asphalt 8: Airborne
2017 G500 4×4² AX 256 stats (S) Asphalt Xtreme
Vehicle Manufacturers in the Asphalt series
Canada BRP - Felino - HTT
United States of America BXR Motors - Cadillac - Chevrolet - Chrysler - Confederate - DMC - Dodge (SRT, Ram Trucks) - Ecosse - Equus - Exotic Rides - Falcon - Fisker - Ford - GMC - H&H - Harley-Davidson - Hennessey Performance - Hummer - Jeep - Kepler - Lightning Motorcycle - Lucra - Meyers - Mosler - Plymouth - Polaris - Pontiac - Rezvani - Saleen - Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus - Shelby - SSC - Tesla - Trion - VLF
France Alpine - Bugatti - Citroën (DS Automobiles) - Peugeot - Renault - SMG
Germany 9FF - Apollo Automobil GmbH - Artega Automobile - Audi - BMW - Mercedes-Benz (Mercedes-AMG) - Opel - Porsche - RUF - Volkswagen
Italy Alfa Romeo - Aprilia - Ducati - Ferrari - Fiat (Abarth) - Icona - Lamborghini - Lancia - Maserati - MV Agusta - Pagani - Perlini - Pininfarina - Spada Vetture Sport
Netherlands Donkervoort - Savage Rivale - Spyker - Vencer
Sweden Husqvarna Motorcycles - Koenigsegg - NanoFlowcell - Rinspeed - Saab - Volvo - Zeus Twelve
United Kingdom Arash - Ariel - Ascari - Aston Martin - Bentley - Caterham - Ginetta - Jaguar - Land Rover - Lotus - MG Motor - McLaren - Mini - Morgan - Rage Motorsport - Rolls-Royce - Triumph - TVR - Vauxhall
Rest of Europe Arrinera - KTM - Marussia - Rimac - Sbarro - SEAT - SIN Cars - Spania GTA - Tramontana - Weber - Zenvo
Middle East Devel - ONUK Competition Development - W Motors
Japan Honda (Acura) - Kawasaki - Mazda - Mitsubishi - Mitsuoka - Nissan (Infiniti/NISMO) - Subaru - Suzuki - Toyota (Scion) - Yamaha
Rest of Asia DC - Geely - Hyundai - Kia - Vanda Electrics (Dendrobium Motors)
Australia FPV - Holden
Mercedes-Benz / Mercedes-AMG
1990s CLK GTR - CL (C215)
2000s SL (R230) - CLS (C219) - SLK (R171) - SLR McLaren (Standard - 722 - Stirling Moss) - C 350 (W204) - C 63 AMG (W204) - E 550 Coupe (C207) - ML 63 AMG (W164) - C-Klasse DTM (W204) - SL 65 AMG Black Series (R230)
2010s #1 McLaren MP4-25 - Biome - SLS AMG (Standard - Electric Drive - Black Series - GT Final Edition) - Silver Lightning - SLK 55 AMG (Standard - Special Edition) - Ener-G-Force - Zetros 1833 - CLA 45 AMG RS - AMG C-Klasse DTM '14 - UNIMOG U 4023 - M-B AMG S 65 Coupé - Mercedes-AMG GT (Standard - S - #1 M-B AMG GT3) - GLC Coupe - AMG C 63 Touring Car '16 - G500 4×4
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