A piece of history
In 1961 Mercedes-Benz presented the mid-sized 190 and 190 D
models. Their bodies, with the tailfin styling, were distinguished
by crumple zones, a sturdy passenger compartment, and a
spacious interior. The tailfins, fin-like ridges to the left and right of
the trunk, came into vogue in the USA in the 1950s and also
rubbed off on European automobile design.
Experience a piece of automotive history when visiting Outletcity Metzingen at the entrance to Schwenkel Areal.