khodrocar_Contemporaneously, Karl Benz built a car himself. Benz was a seminal character in the history of the automobile, inventing and patenting the speed regulation system, the ignition using sparks with battery, the spark plug, the carburetor, the clutch, the gear shift, and the water radiator.
In 1895, he developed and started selling the Benz Patent-Motorwagen, the first automobile to move entirely under it’s own power. It was produced and sold by his company, Benz & Cie.
Benz and Daimler found themselves in head-to-head competition around 1902 but the intervention of World War I and the completely tanked German economy following that created serious troubles for both companies by the early 1920s.
They merged the two companies in 1926, as Daimler-Benz, with all of the automobiles produced to be called Mercedes-Benz in honor of the most important of the Daimler cars, the 1902 Mercedes 35 hp (which is what originally started giving Karl Benz heart burn about his competitor), named "Mercedes” after the daughter of Daimler chief engineer Emil Jellinek.
Also of note in this transaction is that the original agreement was only valid until 2000!
Partly driven by economics, and likely also driven be the foregoing to some extent, in 1998 Daimler-Benz AG bought the American automobile manufacturer Chrysler Corporation, and formed DaimlerChrysler AG. When the Chrysler Group was subsequently sold off to Cerberus Capital Management and renamed Chrysler LLC in August 2007, the name of the parent company was changed to simply Daimler AG within two months.
Although France has the title of the world's first car, the innovation and improvement of the automotive industry, which turned it into a modern means of transport, was born in Germany. Innovation and improvement in the automotive industry are mainly the result of Carl Bens and Gottlieb Daimler's efforts, which simultaneously and independently become rivals. The first was a father who was a locomotive driver, and the other was a son of a nano. Both came from middle-class families, and in the nineteenth-century German society with a heavily clustered hierarchy, they received an engineering degree. Daimler Fazerand was an arsh of the family and soon became interested in the engine category.
Before joining Deutz as the first manufacturer of four-stroke engines, he traveled to England to pursue his interest in locomotives before he became a technical director of Deutz. Prior to leaving Deutz, Daimler, with the company's senior designer, Wilhelm Miebach, managed to build the first four-stroke engine, but Daimler's cooperation with the company did not go up much. Their business at Deutz was good until they started producing their own engines, but then faced with the hostility of shareholders and were forced to leave the company.
Daimler, two years after leaving Deutz in 1882, in collaboration with Wilhelm Miebach, designed a lightweight, high-performance, high-speed motor. They devoted themselves all their time to designing and producing fewer and fewer engines, and in the end, their satisfaction in 1885 was to build a 370-watt engine, mounted on a bicycle, at a speed of 12 km / h It was moving. Years of Yad, Daimler, and Mihbak were introduced at the Paris International Fair in order to introduce their first product, but more than the engine itself, the attention of experts and the general public attracted and welcomed the specific features of the engine.
French automobile companies Pannard and Armand Peugeot were the first Daimler customer to obtain Daimler engines license in France. Daimler and Maybach started their car production from 1895 and eventually developed the Phoenix model with a 4-cylinder linear motor. Daimler died in 1900 and took over from Daimler's Automobile Department. At the same time, the name of Emile Jellink became a key figure in the history of Daimler Group. He was a wealthy businessman, adventurer and diplomat who loved car racing. After Daimler's death, Wilhelm Miebach built an excellent and custom-made car for Glink and to take part in the tournament, France.
It was the first modern racing model that was lightweight and highly efficient with high-speed motor. Jellink, who won the race with a great deal of racing, picked up the Mercedes name for her car, and later decided to trade in Daimler cars in Riviera, France.
He was able to record many inventions from the very beginning, and after several years of continuous work, Carl Benz succeeded in building his first engine. Eventually, he founded his company Benz and C in 1883. But this was not all Carl Benz's quest to achieve the dream of mechanical transfer in the future. He devoted himself all his time and savings to a tricycle with four-stroke four-wheel drive, which ended in 1885. This vehicle was the first gasoline in the world to be named Benz Patent Motorwagen as one of the greatest inventions in the world. Since then, Carl Friedrich Benz has become known as the father of the automotive industry.
After the production of the 25 series of this tricycle, the adventure of 1888 and 1889 starts in the year 1900, reaching 603 units, making Benz the largest automaker of that time. But this is not a joy to Benz for a long time. In 1901, Daimler Cars entered the Mercedes market, and Mercedes Benz cars became fashionable.