Spare parts catalog for Mercedes-Benz Steering where you can be sure to find every part you need. This online catalogue contains spare parts to all the Steering models divided according to the model groups. Just open the catalogue, choose the needed part and find the complete information about it.
Shortly after the invention of the car by Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler, the steering wheel revolutionized the car. This is still an important human-machine interface in modern cars. He has long been not only transmitting steering signals, but is also a universal command tool. However, in cars with independent driving, at least in some cases, they will recede into the background. The ideal concept as a whole: in 1894, Alfred Vacheron was probably the first motorist in history to use the steering wheel during the world's first car race from Paris to Rouen. The Frenchman led his Panhard, powered by a Daimler engine, to 11th place in a promising manner. Cars are still unthinkable today without a steering wheel as a human-machine interface. It serves to accurately transfer steering to the wheels and at the same time is the command center for a variety of systems, from the horn and voice navigation system to the hands-free telephone, the on-board computer and the audio system. system. Today, pressing a button is complemented by movement of gestures and touch commands: for the first time, touch controls on the steering wheel of a new E-Class with touch controls logically transfer the functionality of the familiar and familiar steering wheel buttons to the future. The control fields offer the same intuitive and versatile operation as the display of the smartphone - from the selection of personal music to the car’s car parking team.