The Mercedes 1913 37/95 was a German-manufactured automobile produced immediately prior to and during World War I. Originally developed as a touring car, and constructed with a four-cylinder, 95 horsepower engine capable of a top speed of around 70 mph, the vehicle was considered one of the most powerful production automobiles in the world at the time.
The vehicle has the same statistics and passenger layout as its Allied equivalent, the M30 Scout, and is equipped with a fully-rotating pintle mounted Maxim MG mounted to the rear of the cab. The 37/95 is notably larger than the M30, and so is technically less manoeuvrable, as well as being more prone to getting stuck on terrain because of its longer wheelbase, however it has better passenger protection from small arms due to its doors and taller bodywork.
On European maps, the vehicle has a green coloration. On Middle Eastern maps, the vehicle has a desert yellow coloration.