Mercedes-Benz is a multinational division of German auto and truck maker Daimler. It's one of the best-known car brands worldwide.
The company is headquartered in Stuttgart in southern Germany and has gone from strength to strength under its motto "The best or nothing." This page collates the latest DW content on the iconic carmaker.
Lewis Hamilton flies through a thrilling final lap to seal pole position in Baku. The Mercedes driver was in scintillating form, with German driver Sebastian Vettel forced to make do with a place on the second row.
A leading consultancy warns a hard Brexit would push up the price of German cars in Britain - putting tens of thousands of German jobs at risk. But British-built cars would also get more expensive - leaving consumers there worse off.
Lewis Hamilton closed the gap on championship leader Sebastian Vettel with a pole to flag victory in a Mercedes one-two in Canada. Vettel suffered damage to his Ferrari after a poor start but battled back to fourth.