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The beginning of Mercedes-Benz was truly the beginning of the automotive world itself. Karl Benz created the first gasoline-powered auto in 1886, followed by the Daimler-Maybach gas-powered stagecoach. Collaborations of these three men led to the first Mercedes-Benz branded vehicles being sold in 1926.
Karl Hoffman began the process of importing Mercedes-Benz vehicles to the US in 1952, but the company Mercedes-Benz USA did not formulate until 1965. Its use of the former Studebaker-Packard distribution channels gave the company an advantage over competitor BMW, which did not formally arrive in the US until the early 1970s, meaning Mercedes' presence and market share was established much earlier. MB autos quickly attained a reputation for providing the highest levels of luxury and performance.
A brief corporate merger with Chrysler led to shared auto platforms, but following its bankruptcy in 2009 Chrysler is now part of Fiat Motors. Today Mercedes-Benz has expanded its auto lineup to include a wide array of high-end coupes, roadsters, sedans, crossovers, and SUVs. The company's AMG division produces high-performance editions of several MB models to compete with BMW's "M" marque.