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Exclusive Interview with our MD & CEO Manu Saale on Connected Cars
Autocar Professional

July 01, 2020

From economics at LSR to IT in Mercedes-Benz
The Times of India

April 29, 2020

Safe Roads Summit: Mercedes-Benz Unveils Experimental Safety Vehicle
BW Auto World

November 22, 2019

Buzzing now: Engineering Research
The Economic Times

November 15, 2019

India engineers bring gestures to Mercedes
The Times of India

June 12, 2019

India captains place big bets on new-age tech as digitization drives business
Mint

January 3, 2019

Industry captains place big bets on new-age tech
Mint – Mumbai

December 28, 2018

Indian Hands Turning Wheels of Global Auto Cos
The Economic Times – Mumbai

July 21, 2018

We have to reinvent what we invented 132 years ago – Ola Källenius
The Hindu – Bengaluru

June 3, 2018

Indian students showcase innovative ideas at Daimler Hackathon
Autocar Professional – Bengaluru

January 25, 2018

Big Interview: Setting A Class Apart
Financial Chronicle

January 13, 2018

There is a piece of Indian in every Mercedes vehicle – Manu Saale
Financial Chronicle – Bengaluru

December 11, 2017

Safe Roads expo highlights child safety and vulnerable road users in India
Autocar Professional – New Delhi

November 27, 2017

Shared mobility, electric re-defining industry, Daimler chief Dieter Zetsche says
Times of India – Bengaluru

October 6, 2017

No switch to turn on emission-free driving
Economic Times – Bengaluru

October 6, 2017

MBRDI files over 250 Patents in 2 years
Times of India – Pune

March 11, 2017

‘More and more software based technologies are emerging, so the future looks bright for India’, says Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber, Advisory Board, Daimler AG
Times of India – Hyderabad

March 9, 2017

‘As Cars Use More Software, India’s Importance Is Growing’, says Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber, Advisory Board, Daimler AG
Times of India – Bangalore

March 9, 2017

There is a little bit of India in every Mercedes : An interview with our MD & CEO, Manu Saale
Commercial Vehicle Forum, LinkedIn

February 14, 2017

Safe Roads:
Autocar | Shifting Gears | Yash News

November 18, 2016

MBRDI turns 20:
Economic Times | Drive Spark

November 13, 2016

Hack.Bangalore: Our first Open Hackathon:
Automotive World | Auto News Press | Fly Wheel | Automotive India News

October 24, 2016

MBRDI exclusively pilot key areas in crash test research!
Autocar Professional – Kolkata

September 6, 2016

Mercedes-Benz takes ‘Safe Roads’ awareness campaign to Kerala
Autocar Professional – Kochi

August 31, 2016

‘Driving autonomous vehicles in India is the ultimate test’, says Daimler CIO, Mr. Jan Brecht
The Hindu – Bangalore

July 25, 2016

German Chancellor Dr. Ms. Angela Merkel visits Bangalore
The Times of India – Bangalore

October 4, 2015

Daimler AG to set up end-to-end financial services center
Business Line – Bangalore

February 11, 2015

Mercedes-Benz to hire 1000 more in India
The Times of India – Bengaluru

November 14, 2014

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