Mercedes Benz 1933

(W 15) 170
(W 02) Stuttgart 200 - end of prod. (1929-33 - 6452 ex.)
(W 11) Stuttgart 260
(W 10) Mannheim 370, 370K, 370S, 380S
(W 19) Mannheim 380S - end of prod. (1932-33 - 20 ex.)
(W 08) Nürburg 460, 460K, 500
(W 06) SS, SSK, SSKL
(W 07) 770
(W 21) 200 - Berlin (February)
(W 18) 290 - Berlin (February)
(W 22) 380 - Berlin (February)

 

170

(W 15) 170 (R6 cyl, 1697 ccm, 32 PS; wb: 2600 mm)
  Limousine
  Cabriolet C
  Sports-Roadster
  Special Convertible A - new model
  Combinationswagen
  L 300 - commercial


170 Limousine


170 Cabriolet C


170 Sport-Roadster


L 300

 

Stuttgart

(W 02) Stuttgart 200 (R6 cyl, 1988 ccm, 38 PS; wb: 2810 mm) - end of prod. (1929-33 - 6452 ex.)
(W 11) Stuttgart 260 (R6 cyl, 2581 ccm, 50 PS; wb: 2810/3080 mm)
(W 11L) Stuttgart 260 lang - new model (1933-33 - 50 ex.)
(W 37) L 1000 (R6 cyl, 2581 ccm, 50 PS; wb: 3250 mm) - commercial


Stuttgart 200

In March the range was extended to include a long version of the 260 with a 270 mm longer wheelbase. 50 vehicles were produced until October, almost all of them in the pullman saloon form. The 200 was end of prod. in April, shortly after the new swing-axle 200 (W 21) had been launched. Nevertheless, a final batch of 50 vehicles was built between July and September.


Stuttgart 200


Stuttgart 200


260 Tourer

 

Mannheim

(W 10) Mannheim 370 (R6 cyl, 3663 ccm, 75 PS; wb: 3200 mm)
(WK 10) Mannheim 370K (R6 cyl, 3663 ccm, 75 PS; wb: 3025 mm) - end of prod. (1930-33 - 243 ex.)
(WS 10) Mannheim 370S (R6 cyl, 3663 ccm, 78 PS; wb: 2850 mm) - end of prod. (1930-33 - 195 ex.)
(W 10) Mannheim 380S (R8 cyl, 3820 ccm, 80 PS; wb: 3200 mm) - end of prod. (1932-33 - 94 ex.)
(W 19) Mannheim 380S (R8 cyl, 3820 ccm, 85 PS; wb: 3200 mm) - end of prod. (1932-33 - 20 ex.)

 

Nürburg

(W 08) Nürburg 460 (R8 cyl, 4622 ccm, 80 PS; wb: 3670 mm) - end of prod. in December (1928-33 - 2892 ex.)
(W 08) Nürburg 460K (R8 cyl, 4622 ccm, 80 PS; wb: 3430 mm) - end of prod.
(W 08) Nürburg 500 (R8 cyl, 4918 ccm, 100 PS; wb: 3670 mm)

 

 

SS, SSK, SSKL

(W 06) SS (27/170/225 PS) (R6 cyl, 7065 ccm, 170/225 PS; wb: 3400 mm) - 2 ex.
(W 06 III) SSK (27/170/225 PS) - 0 ex.
(WS 06) SSK (27/180/250 PS) (R6 cyl, 7065 ccm, 180/250 PS; wb: 2950 mm) - 1 ex. - end of prod. (1928-33 - 10 ex.)
(W 06 RS) SSKL (27/240/300 PS) (R6 cyl, 7065 ccm, 240/300 PS; wb: 2950 mm) - 1 ex.


SS Sport-Cabriolet

 

770 "Großer Mercedes"

(W 07) 770 (R8 cyl, 7655 ccm, 150 PS; wb: 3750 mm) - 4 ex.

 

200

(W 21) 200 (R6 cyl, 1961 ccm, 40 PS; wb: 2700 mm) - new model
  Limousine
  Cabriolet C
  Special Roadster

The 200 (W 21) is replacing the Stuttgart 200 in Mercedes Benz family, which with its rigid-axle chassis is no longer up with the times. Basically it is a more powerful and more spacious version of the succesfull 170. A 5 mm wider bore give the engine a displacement of two litres with a power output of 40 hp - 8 hp more than in the 170. The wheelbase is 100 mm longer. The technical concept with all-independent suspension, the choice and design of bodies is more or less the same as for the 170.


200 Cabriolet C

 

 

290

(W 18) 290 (R6 cyl, 2867 ccm, 60 PS; wb: 2880 mm) - new model
  Limousine
  Cabriolet B
  Cabriolet C
  Cabriolet D

Third new model in the range (and second introduced in Berlin) is the 290 powered by 2.9 litre unit developed from the 2.6-litre engine from the Stuttgart 260 with vacuum-operated overdrive. Like the others it has all-independent suspension with the front combininng transverse leaf spring konwn fron the smaller 170 and two coil springs. A wide choice of bodies is offered, consisting of the four-door saloon and Convertible variants B, C and D. The saloon can be had with optional Sindelfingen retractable roof.


290 Limousine


290 Cabriolet D


290 Cabriolet C

 

380

(W 22) 380 (R8 cyl, 3820 ccm, 90 PS; wb: 3140 mm) - new model
(W 22) 380 (R8 cyl, 3820 ccm, 90/120 PS; wb: 3140 mm) - new model
(W 22) 380 (R8 cyl, 3820 ccm, 90/140 PS; wb: 3140 mm) - new model
(W 22) 380 (R8 cyl, 4019 ccm, 90/144 PS; wb: 3140 mm) - new model
  Limousine
  Cabriolet A
  Cabriolet B
  Cabriolet C
  Sport-Roadster
  Tourenwagen


380 Cabriolet A

Unveiled in February at the International Motor and Motorcycle Show in Berlin, the 380, just like the "Grand Mercedes", is available with or without supercharger. Initially design with in-line 8-cylinder side-valve engine it was launched as modern overhead-valve with or without supercharger (M 22) developing 90 or 90/120 bhp. This unit was soon replaced by more powerfull M 22 K unit later enlarged to 4.0 litre (M 22 I). The suspension is patented fully independent with fours coil springs and the brakes are vacuum power-assisted. The engine/transmission unit, radiator, steering and front seats on the two-seater models are set towards the rear to provide long-nose sporty look. The choice of bodies comprise a four-door saloon, Convertibles A, B and C, a roadster and an open tourer.


380 Limousine


380 Cabriolet A

 

W 25 (R8 cyl, 3660 ccm; wb: 2725 mm) - new model

Victories:

Entries:

  24h Le Mans 17.06.1933 Entrant: Result:
#1 (7000cc) Fourcret / Fourcret dns

Drugie miejsce (Von Brauchitsch) w Eifelrennen (D).


The directors, the engineers and the workers of the racing department with the new Mercedes-Benz W 25 750-kg formula racing car