Wilhelm Maybach - 'The King of Design' as the french hailed him, is credited for the creation of the the first ever 'genuine' car in the history : The 35 hp Mercedes of 1901

Wilhelm Maybach - 'The King of Design' as the french hailed him, is credited for the creation of the the first ever 'genuine' car in the history : The 35 hp Mercedes of 1901

Wilhelm Maybach (1846-1935) Ingeniero

Wilhelm Maybach (1846-1935) Ingeniero

Memorial Day: 9. Februar 1846: Wilhelm Maybach's Geburtstag - Classic - Mercedes-Fans - Das Magazin für Mercedes-Benz-Enthusiasten

Memorial Day: 9. Februar 1846: Wilhelm Maybach's Geburtstag - Classic - Mercedes-Fans - Das Magazin für Mercedes-Benz-Enthusiasten

The origins of today's Mercedes-Benz brand can be traced back to the 1886, when Karl Benz (lower left) built his Benz Patent Motorwagen; four years later, in 1890, Gottlieb Daimler (upper left) founded Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft with Wilhelm Maybach (upper right) in which its most famous automobile, the Mercedes, was named after Emil Jellinek's (lower center) daughter Mercedes (lower right); in 1926, the two companies merged to become the company we know today

The origins of today's Mercedes-Benz brand can be traced back to the 1886, when Karl Benz (lower left) built his Benz Patent Motorwagen; four years later, in 1890, Gottlieb Daimler (upper left) founded Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft with Wilhelm Maybach (upper right) in which its most famous automobile, the Mercedes, was named after Emil Jellinek's (lower center) daughter Mercedes (lower right); in 1926, the two companies merged to become the company we know today

Daimler Motorkutsche 1886 LSide MBMuse 9June2013 (14796978610) - Wilhelm Maybach - Wikipedia

Daimler Motorkutsche 1886 LSide MBMuse 9June2013 (14796978610) - Wilhelm Maybach - Wikipedia

In 1885, the so-called riding car which is today regarded as the world's first motorcycle. It was built in Gottlieb Daimler's workshop as a test unit to prove the suitability of Daimler's and Wilhelm Maybach's gas or petroleum engine for everyday use.

In 1885, the so-called riding car which is today regarded as the world's first motorcycle. It was built in Gottlieb Daimler's workshop as a test unit to prove the suitability of Daimler's and Wilhelm Maybach's gas or petroleum engine for everyday use.

The girl after whom the Mercedes car are named !!!

The girl after whom the Mercedes car are named !!!

"The best or nothing at all." German engineer and businessman #GottliebDaimler was born #OTD in 1834. Photo shows Gottlieb Daimler with his son Adolf who is driving the stagecoach which Gottlieb and Wilhelm Maybach built in 1886. It was the the first four-wheeled vehicle to reach 10 mph. Both were founders of the Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft in 1890, forerunner of #DaimlerBenz.

"The best or nothing at all." German engineer and businessman #GottliebDaimler was born #OTD in 1834. Photo shows Gottlieb Daimler with his son Adolf who is driving the stagecoach which Gottlieb and Wilhelm Maybach built in 1886. It was the the first four-wheeled vehicle to reach 10 mph. Both were founders of the Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft in 1890, forerunner of #DaimlerBenz.

This day in history - March 3, 2009 - the uber-luxurious Maybach Zeppelin sedan went on sale for over a half million dollars. Maybach only made 100 Zeppelins total, a reincarnation of the Zeppelin auto built in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The original Zeppelin was made by a company founded by German auto industry pioneer Wilhelm Maybach. Have any of our fans ever seen one?

This day in history - March 3, 2009 - the uber-luxurious Maybach Zeppelin sedan went on sale for over a half million dollars. Maybach only made 100 Zeppelins total, a reincarnation of the Zeppelin auto built in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The original Zeppelin was made by a company founded by German auto industry pioneer Wilhelm Maybach. Have any of our fans ever seen one?

Memorial Day: 9. Februar 1846: Wilhelm Maybach's Geburtstag - Classic - Mercedes-Fans - Das Magazin für Mercedes-Benz-Enthusiasten

Memorial Day: 9. Februar 1846: Wilhelm Maybach's Geburtstag - Classic - Mercedes-Fans - Das Magazin für Mercedes-Benz-Enthusiasten

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