First Mercedes-Benz truck from Ludwigsfelde

  • Date
    8 February 1991
  • Description
    At Nutzfahrzeug Ludwigsfelde GmbH, a Mercedes-Benz 814 light-duty truck from the LN 2 series is the first Mercedes-Benz truck to come off the assembly line on the territory of the former German Democratic Republic. Established in January by the Treuhand privatisation agency, the company produces Mercedes-Benz trucks there initially on a contract basis. The landmark vehicle is officially presented to Brandenburg's Minister President Manfred Stolpe by Mercedes-Benz Board of Management Chairman Prof. Werner Niefer.
Mercedes-Benz 814 LN 2
The first Mercedes-Benz truck rolled off the assembly line in Ludwigsfelde in February 1991.
Prof. Werner Niefer, Chairman of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz AG, hands over the premiere vehicle as a donation to the Prime Minister of Brandenburg, Manfred Stolpe, at a ceremony.
Mercedes-Benz 814 LN 2