Ageless Beauty with A Magnificent Body!
A design masterpiece will instill in us a sense of the amazement and fulfilment. It is a blend of ecstasy, form, shape, and consistency. We get an amazing feeling of bewilderment and the notion that we are in presence of magnifisence. Mercedes-Benz's slogan is "The best or nothing." Mercedes-Benz is one of the most recognized automotive brands worldwide.
For most young people who first fall in love with a car, their first automobile love affair, it is all about imagination - to idealize a master genius in art and design and beauty. It is a language without a written textbook for learning, it is a feeling deeply hidden in our soul undiscovered until experienced for the first time. The beauty of this fasinating design and its recognition exists inside all of us.
I once asked my grandfather why he loved his 1960 Buick Le Sabre Convertible so much? He replied, "Because the imagination knows no limits, the beautiful design of the 1960 Le Sabre offers us mortals a chance to become immortal, taking you from an ordinary life to an extraordinary existence.".
Throughout time and various design offers, some critics described Mercedes Benz as a vehicle without shape and contour but to most this automobile offered a classy and ageless design and hence why almost every vehicle was an amazing success. The reputation is now branded as one of the most luxurious cars designed by a master visionary capable of materializing a sporty, elegant, vision while expanding the imagination of enthusiasts.
Branding that has resulted in the success of this classy legend is due to its powerful contours, and some argue that the design visions of this car manufacturer have been touched by timeless charm, while it is very well known for its reliability and durability, as proof of excellent German engineering.
From its original days, Mercedes designers tried to evoke some sort of feeling in car owners and potential buyers, whether it is curiosity, awe, or inspiration. Always attempting to offer innovation in style, technique, balance, and harmony. Few car manufacturers were ever able to achieve the elusive elements essential to design a masterpiece. Although the roots of the name first appeared in 1926 under Daimler-Benz, but the traces of its design concepts go all the way to 1901 Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft's Mercedes and to Karl Benz's 1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen, which is widely regarded as the first gasoline-powered automobile.