W. Maybach

W. Maybach

Wilhelm Maybach (1846-1935) Ingeniero

Wilhelm Maybach (1846-1935) Ingeniero

Emil Jellinek, was a wealthy European entrepreneur who sat on the board of Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft. He specified an engine designed there by Wilhelm Maybach and Gottlieb Daimler for the first 'modern' car.Jellinek required naming the engine after his daughter,Mercedes Jellinek.

Emil Jellinek, was a wealthy European entrepreneur who sat on the board of Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft. He specified an engine designed there by Wilhelm Maybach and Gottlieb Daimler for the first 'modern' car.Jellinek required naming the engine after his daughter,Mercedes Jellinek.

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

For Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach, the riding car was an early test vehicle for their small high-speed internal combustion engine, the so-called Grandfather Clock.

Daimler Riding Car.

For Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach, the riding car was an early test vehicle for their small high-speed internal combustion engine, the so-called Grandfather Clock.

For Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach, the riding car was an early test vehicle for their small high-speed internal combustion engine, the so-called Grandfather Clock.

Daimler Riding Car.

For Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach, the riding car was an early test vehicle for their small high-speed internal combustion engine, the so-called Grandfather Clock.

The girl after whom the Mercedes cars are named - Mercedes Jellinek. She was the daughter of Austrian automobile entrepreneur Emil Jellinek who specified an engine designed  by Wilhelm Maybach and Gottlieb Daimler[ for the first 'modern' car.

The girl after whom the Mercedes cars are named - Mercedes Jellinek. She was the daughter of Austrian automobile entrepreneur Emil Jellinek who specified an engine designed by Wilhelm Maybach and Gottlieb Daimler[ for the first 'modern' car.

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.

#tbt Wilhelm Maybach at the helm of the Daimler Stahlradwagen in 1889.  #daimler #classicmercedes #maybach #engineering #pioneering #throwback #bwphoto #instacars #antique #vintage #mbcar #cargram #instaold

#tbt Wilhelm Maybach at the helm of the Daimler Stahlradwagen in 1889. #daimler #classicmercedes #maybach #engineering #pioneering #throwback #bwphoto #instacars #antique #vintage #mbcar #cargram #instaold

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

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

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