The first joint Daimler-Benz range is presented at the Berlin Motor Show. The 8/38 hp 2-litre (W 02) and 12/55 hp 3-litre (W 03) cars celebrate their world premiere. The K model, successfully involved in touring car racing since July, is also presented. This special short-wheelbase car (K for "kurz" or "short"), developed on the basis of the 24/100/140 hp model, is introduced into the standard product range in April 1927. In Berlin the new commercial vehicle range of Mercedes-Benz also debuts. It includes the truck models L 1, L 2 and L 5 for one to five tonnes payload and the low-frame chassis N 1, N 2 and NJ 5 for bus and truck bodies.