Ever since the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus disease, many businesses have taken drastic measures like shutting down operations in a bid to help to curb the spread of the disease. Car manufacturers closed down factories and also dealerships. Museums and many other public venues have been on lockdown too. Mercedes particularly closed down its popular museum located in Stuttgart, Germany since the middle of March 2020 immediately after the COVID-19 lockdown began in the nation.
The good news reaching us this week records that the lovely Mercedes museum has now been reopened last weekend and a new video has just been released by the automaker to celebrate this reopening.
Mercedes-Benz reopens its popular museum in Germany after months of being shut amidst COVID-19 lockdown
The amazing video released by Mercedes is nearly 4 minutes long and it begins with an aerial view from the outside of the museum, then it proceeds with tactful navigation through the 3-pointed star at the top of the building and then into the facility itself through a big door which was on the museum’s roof. This quick tour video, shot using a drone, gives a mesmerizing sneak-peek into each of the 9 floors of the museum which houses 160 historic Mercedes models.
We were particularly stunned by the 1886 Benz Motor Car which is kept intact inside the facility.
Watch the drone tour video below;
Mercedes releases mesmerizing drone footage showing off its amazing museum
After watching the video, we could argue that Mercedes has truly been and will probably remain one of the best auto brands in the world.
Speaking of museums and automobile history, we once published an article that highlighted some top 10 luxury hood ornaments of auto brands and the stories behind them that many people do not know today. And around that same period, we also revealed some top 7 facts about Mercedes-Benz that are mind-blowing.