Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft (DMG) (Daimler Motors Corporation) was a German engineer and later automobile manufacturer, in operation from 1890 until 1926. Founded by Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach .
Austro-Daimler was an Austrian automaker company, from 1899 until 1934. It was subsidiary of the German Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG).
In 1928 the Puch merged with Austro-Daimler into the new Austro-Daimler-Puchwerke.
In 1934 , Steyr merged with Austro-Daimler-Puch to form Steyr-Daimler-Puch.
In 1902 an automobile that would later be called the Mercedes 35 hp was created by Maybach to the order of the successful Austrian merchant Emil Jellinek who became fascinated by both the Phoenix engine and race cars. Jellinek's pursuit of higher speed brought him to Stuttgart personally, to Wilhelm Maybach's office where he also met with Paul Daimler, son of Gottlieb. In June 1902, after DMG realized that they had already conceded their Daimler trademark to Panhard & Levassor for the whole of France, they decided to name all their cars Mercedes after the engine and began to produce the Mercedes series. The great demand for the car soon had DMG operating at full-capacity.

The Panzerwagen was designed under the supervision of Paul Daimler, the son of the famous Gottlieb Daimler and chief engineer of the Osterreichisches Daimler Motoren AG. Factory specifications included four wheel drive and a particular fully armored, fully enclosed curved body made of 3 to 3.5 mm (0.12-0.14 in) thick metal. Its other peculiarity was a dome-shaped rotating turret with 4 mm (0.16 in) of armor. The turret housed one or two machine-guns. Two versions were built, one with twin apertures and a half-open rear and the other, fully enclosed, with just a single machine-gun port. It was propelled by gasoline 4-cylinder, water-cooled, 4.41 liter engine that produced 35 hp at 1050 rpm. The driving compartment was not separated from the fighting compartment. Both the driver and co-driverТs seats were adjustable in height, and could be raised to see from over the rooftop. The field of view from inside the vehicle was quite limited, with no side slits and just two small front windows with shutters. The 4?4 chassis necessitated shafts and differentials at the front and rear. While the Austro-Daimler Panzerwagen showed some ability for climbing moderate slopes, off-road capabilities were average.
1907 Daimler Dernburg Wagen .
Waffen Revue Austro-Daimler ZUG Maschinen .
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