Cargiant celebrates Mercedes-Benz [infographic]

To say it’s been an interesting 12 months for Mercedes would be quite an understatement. Not only did the automotive giant win the Formula 1 Championship with Louis Hamilton at the helm, but Germany also emerged victorious from the FIFA World Cup, a team Mercedes have been proud sponsors of for many years.

Although Cargiant aren’t the first brand to notice such feats, they have just dedicated the debut infographic from their latest creative campaign ‘Cargiant Celebrates’ to the Deutsch manufacturer. Mercedes-Benz is certainly one of the world’s most recognised brands, but from high-tech concept cars to iconic advertising campaigns, there’s no other company that continues to push the boundaries of modern day motoring.

Taking inspiration from Mercedes’ history, this infographic by Cargiant details everything from the historic SSK model (designed by visionary engineer Ferdinand Porsche), to recent awards and events. If you’ve got a spare £150,000, you might want to check out the upcoming Mercedes-Maybach too!

Don’t forget to check back with GMotors in March, when we’ll be exclusively revealing the next infographic from the Cargiant Celebrates series. Cargiant also offer a huge variety approved used Mercedes, and they compare prices against the UK used car market to ensure that you’ll benefit from the lowest possible prices!

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