1887: Gottlieb Daimler builds motorized streetcar --- Gottlieb Daimler puts a miniature tram into operation at the Cannstatter Volksfest fair. The vehicle is powered by a single-cylinder Daimler engine and plies between Wilhelmsplatz and the Kursaal.
Daimler Riding Car Drawing August 29, 1885 - Gottlieb Daimler registers his Reitwagen ("Riding Carriage") with a "Gas or Petroleum Engine" as patent DRP No. 36423. The "Reitwagen" is the world's first motor cycle
1898 Daimler Twin-Cylinder 6HP Wagonette Daimler has an interesting history. Gottlieb Daimler set up his company in Germany in 1890. But a second Daimler popped up in Coventry in 1896. The British concern bought the rights to the Daimler name and their early cars used Panhard chassis and German Daimler engines. The German Daimler survives as the company that owns Mercedes-Benz. The British Daimler is owned by Jaguar and has been dormant for a few years.