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    Mercedes Benz pays tribute to Bernhard Langer with a special G-Class

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    For Bernhard Langer, this year’s Masters Tournament is a very special one. The Anhausen-born German, who is one of the so-called “Big Five” of the golfing world, played his first Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia, 40 years ago. Langer has won twice: first in 1985 and his second in 1993. To honour him and his decades-long career, Mercedes-Benz has created something unique – a very personal work of art. On a Mercedes-Benz G‑Class, tape art artist Leah Abucayan tells the story of the world-class golfer and his legendary career.

    Bernhard Langer's Mercedes Benz G Class

    “This is how we honour two icons – Bernhard Langer and the Mercedes-Benz G-Class,” says Bettina Fetzer, Head of Communications and Marketing at Mercedes-Benz AG. “Bernhard Langer and the G-Class have been shaping the spirit of the time for more than 40 years and are both emblematic of our campaign claim ‘Stronger than Time’.”

    Bernhard Langer himself says: “I am delighted to receive this honour and am impressed by what has been created here. I have a lot in common with the G-Class. It already existed when I first competed here in 1982. Since then, we’ve both stayed true to ourselves, while at the same time always moving with the times and constantly evolving.”

    Bernhard Langer's Mercedes Benz G Class

    When the world’s golfing elite tees off at Augusta National Golf Club in April, the new season of men’s major tournaments will begin. Mercedes-Benz will be a partner in this exclusive environment for the 15th year. In addition to the German Bernhard Langer, the Spaniard Jon Rahm is also hoping to play a successful Tournament. The golfing world is particularly looking forward to Jon Rahm, who won a major last year. He will wear the star on his sleeve for the first time at the 2022 Masters as a global Mercedes-Benz brand ambassador. At the last four Masters Tournaments, the 27-year-old, currently number two in the world rankings, always finished inside the top 10.

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