In Germany, cars can now be ordered online in one click.
The German car maker, Daimler AG, has introduced a new website for online ordering, and it will allow customers to order German parts, such as engines, transmissions and brakes, at the click of a button.
The website also has a search feature, which will help users find parts they may not have previously found online.
In Germany in 2015, customers were given the option of ordering parts online or by phone.
Now, Darmstadt-based Daimlers has announced the launch of a new online ordering service for its German customers.
The company is calling the new service the Daimelsport.com.
The service will allow users to place their order online and receive a shipping notification within the next few days.
Daimlesport.de will be the online ordering site, with customers receiving the orders in real time.
The new Daimlsport.DE website is currently under construction.
Customers can sign up for a free account to access the new online order form.
In addition, customers can place orders directly on the new Darmdsport.
Germany website, which launched in October 2015, allows customers to buy and receive parts directly from Daimle.
Darmstadt, the city in the southern German state of Brandenburg, was the home of Daim’s German assembly plant from 1958 to 1968.
The Daimsport.COM website is not the only online ordering website for the German auto maker.
The automaker also has another online ordering page for parts, which is available for orders that are placed via the German mobile phone number (Nr.
1789) or email ([email protected]).
Daimlssport.net is the other online ordering platform.
Both online ordering and the new ordering service will be available in Germany from the end of the month, Daburne said.