Wednesday, May 22, 2013

For all those car lovers out there....

When you think about Germany, three main things come to mind : Automobile, sausage and beer. As I can't experience the latter, I'll just share my wonderful experience exploring automobiles in Germany.

Germany is well known for building fast cars, with brilliant engineering and amazing design. Oh and Germany is also the birthplace of the first patented automobile, Karl Benz’s Patent Motorwagen of 1886. Famous car brands in Germany would be Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Volkswagen, Porsche, Audi just to name a few. The list could go on and on and on..Anyways, in this post I'm gonna share about two cities that are famous for their automobiles production, namely Stuttgart and Munich. While Stuttgart is well-known for Mercedes-Benz, people would be talking about BMW in Munich. These two major brands are part of the "German Big 3" luxury automakers along with Audi.

Mercedes-Benz Museum
Be amazed at this museum which offers a variety of cars and their chronological history. You'll be taken 125 years back when the Mercedes-Benz legend was born with the pioneering invention by Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz.

Students get a discount of 4 euros for the entry ticket.

Muka sorunk2 excited ni..

The invention of the Automobile

Birth of the Brand

 Modern geela lift ni..teruja cam back to the future plak..

Gallery of Voyagers

Gallery of Carriers

Times of Change : Diesel and Supercharger

Post-war Miracle : Form and Diversity

Visionaries : Safety and Environment

New Start : The road to Emission-free mobility

Silver Arrows : Races and Records

Fascination of Technology : Hands on Exhibition

Cars Exhibition

 Exterior of Mercedes-Benz Museum

 Mercedes-Benz Arena

BMW Welt
BMW welt is an exhibition of cars and motorcycles under the production from BMW. It's really nice cuz you get to see a variety of automobiles and you also have the opportunity to get the feel of siting in the cars.

Pergh kalau dapat kereta ni..memang ar..memang ar..

BMW Museum
I didn't get the chance to visit the museum. Saving it for my next visit to Munich.. :)

 Vroom Vroom...

Till the next post
Tschüss und mach's gut!

1 comment:

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