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The name of automotive pioneer Gottlieb Daimler was used in their names by three independent companies: the German DMG (later Daimler-Benz), the Austrian Austro-Daimler and the British Daimler Company.
The latter was founded in 1896 in Coventry by Daimler's colleague Frederick Simms, and then entered the Lawson business empire, after the collapse of which it gained independence.
From 1910 to 1959 Daimler Company belonged to the arms concern Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA), and since 1960 was the luxury division of Jaguar Cars, and together with it was part of British Leyland (1968-1984) and Ford Motor Company (1990-2007).
The Daimler brand has been absent from the American market since 1984, and from the British market since 2007.
In 1931-1954. Daimler Company owned Lanchester.
In the first half of the 20th century, there was no more prestigious car manufacturer in Great Britain than Daimler.
At that time it was often said that only real aristocrats bought Daimler cars, while Rolls-Royce was the choice of the nouveau riche.
Until the mid 50s. The Daimler Company held a Royal Warrant to supply vehicles to the British monarchs.
The company produced exclusively high-end models, combining conservative styling with innovative technologies such as Knight's valveless engines and Wilson's semi-automatic transmission.
After the merger with Jaguar, Daimler cars increasingly began to duplicate the products of the parent company.
The last model that had no equivalent in the Jaguar line, the Daimler DS420 luxury limousine, was produced from 1968-1992.