• 18 February 1925
  • A trademark application is lodged with the Patent Office for the Mercedes three-pointed star encircled by a laurel wreath – a combination of the DMG and Benz & Cie. trademarks. The Mercedes-Benz logo follows on 25 April. The two trademarks are entered in the register on 3 September 1926 and 7 October 1927 respectively.
  • 31 May - 9 June 1925
  • DMG takes part in the 1925 German Long-Distance Flight Trials with four light planes equipped with the new Mercedes F 7502 engine. In addition to two Daimler L 20, two twin-engine Daimler L 21 aircraft, designed by Hanns Klemm on the basis of the L 20 specifically for the competition, take to the air in Berlin-Tempelhof. In one of these planes, Bruno Loerzer finishes first in Group A. Second and third places go to Martin Schrenk and Hans Guritzer in the L 20.
  • May 1925
  • The first series of 12 Mercedes F 7502 aeroengines is completed at the Untertürkheim factory. DMG developed the 20 hp / 15 kW air-cooled two-cylinder horizontally opposed engine specifically for the Daimler L 20 light plane.
  • June 1925
  • Benz & Cie. introduces the 2 CNa and 2 CNb model ranges, heralding the arrival of the new "low bus" design. A low-level frame offset above the axles reduces the vehicle's entry height and improves its driving characteristics.
  • 1925
  • A works vocational school made up of three classes is set up at Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft in Stuttgart as an extension of the apprenticeship facility and provides training for an average of 200 trainees at a time.