The first Station Wagons bearing the star were the product of specialised car assemblers who, already in the 1950s, used Mercedes frames to build professional modes of transport for a wide range of uses.
In the late 70s, the Stuttgart-based car manufacturers had its finger on the pulse and understood there was a never-met-before demand for luxury and functional sports cars with five doors. The station wagon wasn't just a work car or a 'labour' car: it was the reflection of a dynamic and refined lifestyle.
So, in 1977 - under construction name S123 - the T Model made its debut. It was the first modern wagon designed and officially produced by the car manufacturing house.
The ambassadors of this versatile bodytype at AME 2021 are a 1984 E 230 TE (S 123) and a 1993 E 320 SW (S 124); both models bear witness to the continuous technological advancement of Mercedes station wagons, which finds its continuity and coherence in the new Class C car, the latest gem in a long line of station wagons hailing fro
Station Wagons designed by Mercedes
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