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Mercedes-Benz 130

From 1931 to 1939, Daimler-Benz AG produced three cars (Mercedes-Benz 130, 150 and 170 H) with rear engine as well as a few prototypes. The production numbers remained quite low for each of these models, especially compared to the production of classical front-engine Mercedes cars.

Development and prototypes (W17/W25D)[edit]

At the beginning of the 1930s, inspired by modern streamlined shapes, there were attempts to move car engines from the forward compartment to the rear of the car. Such a move allows a reduction in the volume of the front compartment. At the same time, the voluminous rear provides a lot of space above and behind the rear axle. Moreover, when engines are rear mounted, the drive shaft is eliminated. The most famous such development was with the 1930s Tatra cars under the leadership of Hans Ledwinka.

In 1930, Daimler-Benz entrusted Hans Nibel with the development of a small rear-engined car, starting from the same principles. In 1931, working with Max Wagner, the type W17 or 120(H) was created, a two-door, equipped with four seats, vertical front and rear wheel arches, and a four-cylinder boxer engine in the rear with a displacement of 1200 cc and a power of 25 hp (18.4 kW). There were also attempts with transverse four-cylinder inline engines. In 1932/1933 Mercedes built a prototype with a front similar to the later VW Beetle, and a longer tail.[1] The front wheel of the type W25 D or 175 is slanted or tilted backwards, the tail fin attached to the middle of the hood divides the oval rear window, so it anticipated the small oval two piece rear window of the Beetle known as "pretzel form". The "D" referred to the three-cylinder diesel engine OM 134 with an output of 30 hp (22 kW), but due to high noise level, this vehicle was again rejected. From this type, 12 test cars were assembled

Mercedes-Benz 130 (W23)[edit]

The Mercedes-Benz 130H was a low-production automobile built in Germany in the 1930s.[2] It was presented in February 1934 at the Berlin Car Show.

Conceived by Hans Nibel, chief engineer of Mercedes Benz,[2] the 130H was inspired by Edmund Rumpler's Tropfenwagen. It followed on the Rumpler-chassis Tropfenwagen racers, which ran between 1923 and 1926.[3]

Created in 1931 by Nibel, it had the 1.3 liter sidevalve[4] four-cylinder engine mounted at the back, hence the "H", from German heck (rear),[2] With the fan between the rear coil springs,[5] it drove a transmission with three forward speeds, plus a semi-automatic overdrive which did not require the use of a clutch.[4] (A similar idea was adopted by Cord for the abortive 810 in 1935.)[6] The backbone chassis owed something to Hans Ledwinka,[4] and suspension was independent at all four corners.[4] Daimler-Benz put the 130H in production in 1934.[2] Due to its suspension,[4] handling proved poor,[2] although perfectly adequate on German roads at the time,[4] while its ride quality was superior to anything in Germany.[4]

The motor had a power of 26 PS (19 kW) and was able to propel the small two-door sedan at a speed of 92 km/h. The synchronised four-speed gearbox (which would be called later 3 + E by VW) is accommodated in front of the rear axle, the balance being provided by coil springs. The front axle was equipped with two transverse leaf springs.

The car was sold as a sedan, an open-top sedan or a convertible (with and without cabrio cover and without side windows), each being fitted with two doors. Due to its extreme unbalance (⅔ of the mass on the rear axle), the car had very awkward handling. Because of the low sales volume, the model was discontinued in 1936.

Nibel followed the 130H with a more powerful 150H, with chassis designed by Daimler's Max Wagner.[2]

Mercedes-Benz 150 (W30)[edit]

The Mercedes-Benz 150H was a prototype sports racing automobile built in Germany in the 1930s.[2] It was derived in 1935 from the 130 with only two seats and a more powerful engine, with 1498 cc and a power of 55 PS (40 kW). The top speed of the car was 125 km/h.

Conceived by Hans Nibel, chief engineer of Mercedes-Benz,[2] the 150H was inspired by Edmund Rumpler's Tropfen-Auto. It followed on the Rumpler-chassis Tropfenwagen racers, which ran between 1923 and 1926,[3] and was based on the backbone chassis of earlier 130H.[2]

Created in 1934 by Nibel and chassis engineer Max Wagner.[2] the 150H was a two-seat sports roadster.[2] It featured transverse leaf spring front and coil-sprung swing axle rear suspension. A water-cooled 1,498 cc (91.4 cu in) OHC four-cylinder engine, producing 55 hp (41 kW), was mounted in back, hence the "H", from German heck (rear).[2] The radiator was behind that, above the transaxle, with a squirrel-cage blower[2] (reminiscent of the VW Type 1) feeding both radiator and carburetor.[2] The roadster featured disc wheels, DuVal-style windshield, side-mounted spare (fastened with straps), and three headlights, the third mounted at the lip of the hood above the bumper.[7]

The car was only offered as a Sport Roadster. The gas tank, which in the case of the Mercedes-Benz 130 was installed over the engine, was transferred to the front compartment, and therefore there was no room for luggage there. The practicality of the 150 was therefore very limited, and the price of the car was quite high at 6600 RM ; as a comparison the Mercedes-Benz 170 V had a price of 5500 RM. The car was discontinued in 1936 due to poor sales.

Six 150Hs were built as coupes,[8] "with low-drag lines that eerily presaged the VW Beetle".[2] They were raced in several rallies, demonstrating much better handling than the 130H, before Nibel and Wagner turned to Grand Prix cars. Only twenty were produced before the 150H was abandoned in 1936.[2]

The last remaining 150 Sport Roadster has been fully restored mechanically by the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center USA in Irvine, California in 2010.[9]

Mercedes-Benz 170 H (W28)[edit]

Mercedes-Benz 170 H (1936)
Mercedes-Benz 170 H (1936)

In 1936, in parallel to the classical front-engine Mercedes-Benz 170 V, Daimler-Benz AG introduced the Mercedes-Benz 170 H which had the same engine as the 170 V, with an architecture derived from the one of the 130, its predecessor. The 170 H was powered by a four-cylinder 1697 cc engine with a power of 38 PS (28 kW). The "H" stood for "Heckmotor", or rear engine.[10]

The car was significantly more expensive than the 170 V (two-door sedan 170 V - 3750 RM, 170 H - 4350 RM) but offered much less room in the trunk, a much louder engine and poor handling (though it handled better than the 130). It was however more comfortably equipped and was therefore considered as a "finer" car, but sold less well than the 170 V. Apart from the sedan, there was still a convertible sedan. Production stopped in 1939 due to the War and the low demand.

Forty years later a company spokesman suggested that the car's relative lack of commercial success was caused by the rear mounting of the engine and the resulting absence of the "characteristic Mercedes-Benz tall radiator".[11] The same spokesman was at pains[weasel words] to highlight the similarity of the car's overall architecture and some of its detailing to that of the later highly successful Volkswagen Beetle: it was pointed out[by whom?] that Dr Porsche, creator of the Volkswagen, had been chief engineer at Daimler-Benz between 1923 and 1928[12] when the little rear-engined Mercedes-Benz sedans were under development.[11]

Because these cars, unlike front-engined sister models, were not widely used, and also not suitable for conversion to wood gas generator, they were not confiscated by the Wehrmacht. Therefore, an above-average number of models survived in private hands without damage due to the war, but most were used to exhaustion in the early post-war years. Today, these cars remain among the rarest and most sought-after Mercedes-Benz models.

In addition, engineer Karl Schlör from the Krauss Maffei company used the 170H chassis to build a pod-like streamliner called the Schlörwagen (nicknamed "Egg" or "Pillbug").[13] In wind tunnel tests done before the Second World War, it demonstrated the astonishing drag coefficient of only 0.113.[14] It was displayed at the 1939 Berlin Auto Show; its fate is unknown.[15]

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  • Oswald, Werner: Mercedes-Benz Personenwagen 1886-1986, Motorbuch-Verlag Stuttgart 1987, ISBN 3-613-01133-6
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Class1920s 1930s 1940s
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Small carW23 (130)W28 (170H)
Small family carW15 (170)W136 (170V)
Family carBenz 10/35W02 (8/38 PS, Stuttgart 200)W21 (200)W143 (230)
W11 (10/50 PS,Stuttgart 260)W153 (230)
W138 (260 D)
Large family carBenz 16/50 W03,W04,W05 (300,320,350)W10 (350,370,370S,380S) / W19 (380S)W18 (290)W142 (320)
W22320A
Large car15/70/100 PS (400)W08 (460, 500)
W31 (Typ G4 - 3 axle off-road)
Luxury car24/100/140 PS (630)W07 (770)W150 (770)
SSKW22 (380SSK)W29 (500K) / W24 (540K)
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Mercedes-Benz C-Class

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The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is a series of compact executive cars produced by Daimler AG. Introduced in 1993 as a replacement for the 190 (W201) range, the C-Class was the smallest model in the marque's line-up until the W168 A-Class arrived in 1997. The C-Class is built at Mercedes-Benz factories in Sindelfingen and Bremen, Germany as well as numerous satellite factories in other countries. The first C-Class (W202) sedan was produced on 1 June 1993 and the first second generation (W203) rolled off the assembly line on 18 July 2000. The C-Class has been available with a 4MATIC (i.e., four-wheel drive) option since 2002. The third generation (W204) was launched in 2007 while the latest generation C-Class (W205) came out in 2014.

Though initially available as a sedan and a station wagon, the W203 series in 2000 debuted a fastback coupé (SportCoupé) version that, when facelifted, became the Mercedes-Benz CLC-Class. The CLC-Class remained in production until 2011 when a new W204 C-Class coupé replaced it for the 2012 model year.

W202 (1993–2000)[edit]

Motor vehicle

Main article: Mercedes-Benz C-Class (W202)

Pre-facelift Mercedes-Benz W 202 sedan

In October 1986, three years into Mercedes-Benz W201 (190)'s production run, work began on a successor. Design work began in 1987, with the final design by Murat Günak selected in 1989 and the production design by Olivier Boulay delayed in January 1990, finally being patented on 19 December 1990.[1][2][3][4] Rough prototypes went into testing in 1989, with first production design prototypes commencing trial in 1990. In May 1993, the first generation W202 C-Class was introduced as a replacement for the 190. The C-Class sedan was the company's entry-level model up until 1997 when Mercedes launched the A-Class. Styling themes were carried over from the previous W201 series, but the new series had a smoother and rounder design than the last generation of compact Mercedes, with styling cues from the W124 E-Class (short, high trunk and taller tail lights), W140 S-Class (front end), and R129 SL-Class (headlights).

During the 1996 and 1997Formula 1 season, the C36 AMG served as the sport's Safety Car.[5]

W203 (2000–2007)[edit]

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Main article: Mercedes-Benz C-Class (W203)

Pre-facelift Mercedes-Benz C 180 K sedan

In 1994, development began on the W203 C-Class. Design work commenced in mid-1994, with the final design being approved in December 1995 by the executive board.[6] Design patents were filed on 20 April 1998 and 4 March 1999.[7][8] Testing began in 1997, with development concluding in 2000. The second generation C-Class was introduced in March 2000. The sedan debuted with a range of inline-four and V6 petrol engines and inline-four and -five diesels, later W203's received the V6 diesel. Most of the engines were carried over from the W202, but the C320 was exclusive, offering 160 kW (215 hp; 218 PS). The diesels now featured common raildirect fuel injection and variable geometry turbochargers. A six-speed manual gearbox was optional on some of the range, With exception to the C320 and C32 AMG. Notably (post 2005), for the first time, the number designations were no longer equivalent to the engine displacement, more specifically in the Mercedes C200 (1.8-litre), C240 (2.6-litre) and C200 CDI (2.2-litre).

W204 (2007–2014)[edit]

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Main article: Mercedes-Benz C-Class (W204)

Pre-facelift Mercedes-Benz C180 Kompressor sedan

DaimlerChrysler introduced the W204 C-Class on 18 January 2007[9] and displayed it in the 2007 Geneva Auto Show. Sales started on 31 March 2007 in almost all European countries. The new family had an extended wheelbase and tracks, a stiffer body/shell and a design inspired by the W221 S-Class with some influences from the C219 CLS-Class. The C-Class received a facelift in 2011 for the 2012 model year including new LED taillights, a revised dashboard and instrument cluster layout, and a revised front fascia and headlights. The W204 platform continued into 2015 with the C-Class coupe.

W205 (2014–2021)[edit]

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The current generation W205 C-Class was launched at the 2014 North American International Auto Show. It is the first car to use the all-new Modular Rear Architecture (MRA) platform, which it shares with the contemporary Mercedes-Benz E-Class and S-Class models. The new structure is significantly lighter using aluminium and high strength steel extensively throughout the body, resulting in a 100-kilogram (220 lb) weight decrease.[10]

The car was officially unveiled on 16 December 2013.[11] W205 production commenced on 4 February 2014 at the Bremen plant.[12] Production is also undertaken at Mercedes-Benz plants in East London (South Africa), Iracemápolis (Brazil) and Tuscaloosa, Alabama (United States). European sales began in March 2014, while the vehicle went on sale in North America in September 2014.

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class 205 chassis spawned four C-Class bodystyles; Sedan (W205), Wagon (S205), Coupe (C205), and Cabriolet (A205).

The W205 Mercedes-Benz C-Class received a new look, which made its debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, including exterior changes and new engines.[13]

W206 (2021–present)[edit]

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The W206 C-Class was unveiled on 23 February 2021.[14] In China, the C-Class was launched in a long-wheelbase version (V206).

Production and sales[edit]

Calendar year Production (sedan/estate/coupe)US salesChina sales
2001 51,210[15]
2002 64,025
2003 65,982[16]
2004 69,251
2005 60,658[17]
2006 50,187
2007 63,701[18]
2008 72,471
2009 52,427[19]16,000[20]
2010 313,500 (250,600 / 62,900)[21]58,78527,220[22]
2011 69,314
2012 413,193 (-/-/48,145)81,697[23]
2013 88,251
2014 316,79275,065[24]
2015 443,90986,080[25]
2016 490,200[26]77,167
2017 77,447
2018 60,409

On 10 December 2009, Daimler announced the production of the C-Class will be concentrated at the Bremen plant with additional production in the United States for the domestic market.[27]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

General[edit]

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  • —————— (2001). Alles über die Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse: Limousine, T-Modell und Sportcoupé [Everything about the Mercedes-Benz C-Class: Sedan, Wagon and Sport Coupé]. Technik transparent series (in German) (2nd ed.). Stuttgart: DaimlerChrysler. ISBN .
  • —————— (2007). C-Klasse: Vom Baby-Benz zum Bestseller – 25 Jahre Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse [C-Class: from Baby-Benz to Bestseller – 25 years of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class] (in German). Bielefeld, Germany: Delius Klasing. ISBN .
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Workshop manuals[edit]

  • Ahlstrand, Alan (2008). Chilton Mercedes C-class 2001–07 Repair Manual. Chilton Total Car Care Series. Somerset, UK: Haynes. ISBN .
  • Ahlstrand, Alan; Haynes, John H. (2008). Mercedes-Benz C-Class 2001 thru 2007. Haynes Service and Repair Manual Series. Newbury Park, CA: Haynes. ISBN .
  • Etzold, Hans-Rüdiger (2010). Mercedes C-Klasse: Typ W 202 Diesel von 6/93 bis 5/00. So wird's gemacht, Band 89 (in German) (6th ed.). Bielefield, Germany: Delius Klasing. ISBN .
  • —————————— (2018). Mercedes C-Klasse: Typ W 202 von 6/93 bis 5/00. So wird's gemacht, Band 88 (in German) (13th ed.). Bielefield, Germany: Delius Klasing. ISBN .
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  • —————————— (2018). Mercedes C-Klasse: Typ W 204 von 3/07 bis 11/13. So wird's gemacht, Band 146 (in German) (5th ed.). Bielefield, Germany: Delius Klasing. ISBN .
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