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Three shows at premiere of Museum’s mascot Carlotta on 3 October 2020

They will be entertaining the public at three shows of 60 minutes each, taking place in the Large Hall at the Mercedes-Benz Museum. Tickets for the shows can be purchased online at or at the Museum ticket desk (adults € 9.75, children and young people under 15 years of age are free) and include admission to the exhibition.

Digital design

Stuttgart-based design studio studiokurbos designed the Carlotta and Carlchen characters – initially as two-dimensional graphics, later as three-dimensional, digital models. The result was two friendly characters: Carlotta, a personified figure that vividly captures the distinctive architectural lines created by UNStudio van Berkel & Bos (Amsterdam), and Carlchen, a car with human traits and the unmistakable Mercedes star on the radiator. Both figures skilfully represent the museum and its contents.

Carlotta as walking act

In future, fans of the Mercedes-Benz Museum will be able to experience Carlotta’s charm at numerous events: after the premiere in October the mascot will be attending events and will also be around at the Museum at weekends when no events have been scheduled. Whether it is at the Museum ticket desk, in the CAMPUS children’s and youth area or in the exhibition: Carlotta will inject fun and entertainment into all these events, inviting playful interaction and always being available as a photo and selfie motif for unforgettable memories.

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Oct 04, 2020 at 15:39


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