Stuttgart-based Daimler is a German maker of cars, buses and trucks. The company had a bumper year in 2015, with its operating profit jumping by 36 percent and group revenue up 15 percent.
Once again, the solid annual earnings were driven largely by decent growth at its Mercedes-Benz division. This page collates the latest DW content on the company.
An electric Smart is not the first thing you think of when you hear the name Daimler or Mercedes Benz. But when it comes to e-mobility, these cute little Smarts belong to the future. While Daimler has recognized the trend - it's Tesla and others that are making the headlines.
Renault is going electric! The Dieselgate scandal and global public concern over climate change have pushed carmakers to radically overhaul their product range. Volkswagen and Daimler promised to provide electric versions of all their models. Now Renault says half of its models will be electric in just a few years' time.
Before the Frankfurt Motor Show opened, car company bosses were read the riot act by the chancellor. Now the show is open to the public, but it is still much too early to speak of a turning point, says Henrik Böhme.
How would you like to own a car driven by none other than Britain's Queen Elizabeth and pimped out to her taste? A Daimler driven by the monarch has been sold at an auction at the Imperial War Museum - and it boasts quite a few special features.