Mercedes-Benz TV: Classics – a way of life.
Young, successful, Mercedes-Benz. The German car manufacturer gave a businessman from Los Angeles an unusual business idea. JG Francis has made a career of restoring Mercedes-Benz classic cars. Inspired by Carl Benz's saying "The best or nothing", the mechanic from California, now has an unconventional lifestyle that revolves almost exclusively around classic cars. Read more on http://mb.mercedes-benz.com/en/article/36/California+Cool
Mercedes-Benz TV: Car 69.
The Peking-Paris rally is regarded as one of the most demanding classic car rally events. It has only taken place five times since 1907. With their 1958 model 219 "Ponton", Dirk and Alexandra demonstrated that even a classic Mercedes-Benz can handle any challenge.
Mercedes-Benz TV: Preview of the future E-Class technology.
Mercedes-Benz is taking a further major step along the road to accident-free and autonomous driving: Drivers can expect to enjoy a new dimension of safety, comfort and stress relief in the future E-Class, which is being launched next spring. Numerous innovations in the new driver assistance package will enable semi-automated driving on freeways, highways and in city traffic, allow the car to be moved into and out of tight parking spaces from outside using a smartphone app, and facilitate autonomous braking to mitigate dangerous situations. Find more information on http://mb4.me/cvHGn4ct Experience the world of Mercedes-Benz: http://benz.me/international/ Subscribe to Mercedes-Benz on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MercedesBenzTV
Mercedes-Benz TV: Susie Stoddart and the new SLS AMG GT3.
Susie Stoddart collected her first DTM points during the 2010 season. It has been a long journey - in our film, Susie recalls the tough early stages of her racing career in Scotland and her first hard race on the track against other drivers. Her father encouraged her not to give up. An emotional and touching film about a strong woman who never lost her motivation on the track.