Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart More than 120 years of innovative automobile history is displayed here on three floors. You can see the first automobiles in the world by Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler, of course the first Mercedes and a further 80 milestones which make up the myth of Mercedes. Detailed information is offered to you at the entrance with an audio guide system which you can receive free of charge in 5 languages. Among other things, you can see important racing cars like the "Blitzen Benz" with which Bob Burman set a sensational world record with 228 km/h in 1911 at Daytona Beach. You will find limousines and sports cars from the twenties and thirties. Prestige and performance, luxury and comfort characterize the vehicles from this period. Examples are the emperor's car and the compressor sports car with the 500 K special roadster as a highlight. Also observe the 260 D, the first serial diesel car in the world and the 170 V, the most sold Mercedes Benz before the war. The "silver arrow" also wrote many glorious chapters of the Mercedes Benz racing history after the war. The Mercedes Benz 300 SL coupe with its wing doors became a legend. Based on the racing car from 1952, it was produced serially in 1954.turkeyarena.com Let yourself be fascinated by the milestones of technology, future-oriented design and the unique history of motor vehicles.