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Daimler is a German surname uniquely invented for himself by Gottlieb Daimler. It may refer to:
- Gottlieb Daimler (1834–1900), German inventor, industrialist and namesake of a series of automobile companies
- Adolf Daimler (1871–1913), engineer and son of Gottlieb Daimler
- Paul Daimler (1869–1945), engineer and son of Gottlieb Daimler
- Daimler AG, known as Mercedes-Benz, formerly known as Daimler-Benz AG (1926–1998) and DaimlerChrysler AG (1998–2007)
- Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft (DMG), original maker of the Mercedes brand (1890–1926). Merged with Benz & Cie. in 1926.
- Austro-Daimler, Austrian subsidiary (1899–1909) independent after 1909
- Steyr-Daimler-Puch, group including Austro-Daimler after it was sold to Steyr-Werke AG (1934–2001)
- Daimler Company, manufacturer of cars trucks and buses in Coventry, England (1896–1960).
- Daimler (Jaguar, Tata) allowed Daimler-Benz AG limited use of the brand from 2007.
- Daimler Airway, airline subsidiary (1921–1924)
- Daimler Hire, limousine service subsidiary (1919–1976)
- Daimler Manufacturing Company, attempted American manufacturer of cars under license from Daimler (1888–1907) in New York City.
- Daimler-Chrysler America; an era of the company Chrysler, one of the Big 3 automotive companies of North America
- Gottlieb Daimler vehicles:
- Daimler Company vehicles: