Aircraft engine: Mercedes Benz F-7502
|Power output||24 hp|
An example of a low-power engine popular after the First World War.
As a result of spontaneous development of aviation after the First World War, the need for the new class of low-power engines arose. The "father" of the Mercedes Benz F-7502 was Ph.D. Ferdinand Porsche. He designed the engine while working for the Daimler Motoren Gesselschaft in Stuttgart. A British counterpart to the Mercedes Benz engine was the Bristol Cherub.