Stuttgart, Alemanha. Referência no museu = E 0 M 0 C 0 About the F500 Mind Mercedes-Benz presented the F 500 Mind at the 2003 Tokyo Motor Show. In this car, the interplay of man and machine was optimized by a novel control and display concept with segmented steering wheel, input-sensitive accelerator and brake pedals and a multi-vision display. A test vehicle for alternative propulsion systems, the F 500 is powered by a diesel hybrid engine. About the F400 Carving The F 400 Carving was presented by Mercedes-Benz at the 2001 Tokyo Motor Show. It was used to test new dynamic handling control systems in conjunction with active camber control. With this new engineering, the outer wheels of the F 400 tilt at an angle of up to 20 degrees when cornering - hence the epithet Carving with reference to the sporty carver skies. About the Mercedes-Benz Museum The Mercedes-Benz Museum – A milestone in contemporary architecture Located at the gates of the city, visitors to Stuttgart are greeted with the view of a unique new structure. Designed by UNStudio, one of the world's most respected architecture firms, the Mercedes‑Benz Museum is worth a visit for its design alone. Ben van Berkel, joint founder and Director of UNStudio sums it up like this: "The Mercedes‑Benz Museum sets up an interface for a series of radical spatial principles in order to create a completely new typology." One of the most outstanding aspects of this groundbreaking concept is the route taken by visitors through the Museum. They do not begin their visit to the exhibition at a conventional entrance at the base of the building. They are transported by lift to the top floor. Here they have the choice of two tours, during which they descend through the building. The paths of each tour meet on each floor, enabling visitors to switch between tours – the Collections tour and Legend tour – should they wish to do so. 120 years in the spirit of tradition As inventors of the automobile, we are aware of our responsibilities. Our pursuit of perfection and passion for building cars have been an established tradition for 120 years. This tradition was extended in unique fashion in May 2006. At the birthplace of the automobile, Mercedes‑Benz stages an exciting journey through history, enabling you to experience the identity and legend of the brand.