Merkur

Her ser du listen med Merkur modeller. Vælg en model for at se alle årgangene.

Relaterede Wiki artikler

Merkur

Merkur (German pronunciation: [mɛʁˈkuːɐ̯]), Mercury) is a defunct automobile brand that was marketed by the Lincoln-Mercury division of Ford Motor Company from 1985 to 1989. Drawing its name from the German word for Mercury, Merkur was targeted at buyers of European executive cars in North America, selling captive imports produced by the German division of Ford of Europe.

Merkur XR4Ti

The Merkur XR4Ti is a high-performance 3-door hatchback sold in North America from 1985 to 1989. A product of the Ford Motor Company, the car was a version of the European Ford Sierra XR4i adapted to US regulations.

Merkur Spiel-Arena

Merkur Spielarena (stylized as MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA), known previously as the "ESPRIT arena" (until 2 August 2018), the "LTU Arena" (until June 2009), and as the "Düsseldorf Arena" (during the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest), is a multi-functional football stadium in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Merkur Scorpio

The Merkur Scorpio is an automobile that was sold by the Merkur sub-brand of the Lincoln-Mercury division of Ford.

Merkur Bank

The Merkur Bank KGaA is a German private bank headquartered in Munich.

Merkur (train)

The Merkur was an international express train linking Copenhagen, the Danish capital, with Germany. The train was named after the Roman God Mercury, the God of traders and travellers.

Merkur (mountain)

The Merkur or Großer Staufenberg is a mountain, 668.3 m above sea level (NHN), in the Northern Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Merkur (magazine)

Merkur, subtitled Deutsche Zeitschrift für europäisches Denken, is Germany's leading intellectual review, published monthly in Stuttgart by Klett Cotta.

Merkuriusz Polski Ordynaryjny

Merkuriusz Polski Ordynaryjny (The Polish Mercury Ordinary; original 17th-century Polish spelling: Merkuryusz Polski Ordynaryiny; full title: Merkuriusz Polski dzieje wszystkiego świata w sobie zamykający, dla informacji pospolitej: The Polish Mercury, Encompassing All the World's Affairs, for the Common Knowledge) was the first Polish newspaper (actually, a weekly), published from 1661, first in Kraków, then in Warsaw.Though short-lived, it gave its name to several later newspapers, notably the Merkuriusz Polski published in London, 1955–58.

Merkur Funicular Railway

The Merkur Funicular Railway (German: Merkurbergbahn) is a metre gauge funicular railway in the town of Baden-Baden in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.