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  • Stuttgart, May 31, 2022 - Mercedes-Benz today laid the symbolic foundation for a new centre of competence for the research and development of future generations of batteries and battery cells at a ceremony on the site of its main plant in Stuttgart-Untertürkheim.
  • Stuttgart, Mar 5, 2021 - Untertürkheim to become a technology competence centre with a campus focusing clearly on electric drive and battery technology, including the production of lithium-ion cells.
  • Stuttgart, Feb 4, 2021 - Environmental bonus of 9000 euros makes the EQA particularly attractive in Germany
    Combined power consumption: 15.7 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km*
  • Stuttgart, Jan 20, 2021 - "With the world premiere of the all-electric EQA, we are giving a first glimpse into our new visual world of the upcoming Mercedes-EQ models. Our goal is to create a recognizable and emotional brand experience at the same time that combines sustainable lifestyle and contemporary luxury," says Bettina Fetzer, Vice President Marketing at Mercedes-Benz AG.
    EQA: Combined electrical consumption: 15.7 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km*
  • Stuttgart, Dec 21, 2020 - For Mercedes-Benz, 2021 marks the beginning of the next chapter in interaction between vehicle and user: the MBUX Hyperscreen takes the operation and display of infotainment, comfort and vehicle functions to a new level thanks to artificial intelligence (AI).
  • Stuttgart, Dec 18, 2020 - Mercedes-EQ harmonizes the demands, of a modern generation of customers, for sustainability and emotionality with the demand for innovation. Because today, producing the most desirable vehicles means far more than it did just a few years ago.
  • Stuttgart, Dec 14, 2020 - Mercedes-Benz is targeting leadership in electric drives and vehicle software. The consistent electrification of the entire product portfolio is a key element of the strategic focus "Ambition 2039" and a prerequisite on the way to CO₂ neutrality.
  • Stuttgart, Dec 12, 2020 - Green power, that is to say electricity from renewable resources, is a significant factor in the life-cycle of an electric car for preventing CO2 emissions. This is because around 50 percent of the CO2 footprint of a battery-electric vehicle are produced during the use, i.e. due to CO2-affected charging sessions.
  • Stuttgart, Oct 13, 2020 - Emotive appearance, sure-footed on rough terrain and with future-oriented technology: the EQC 4x4² shows that electrification at Mercedes-Benz already goes farther than the road network.
  • Stuttgart, Oct 13, 2020 - With a transparent EQC 400 4MATIC (combined power consumption: 21.3-20.2 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km), trainees of Mercedes-Benz render the innovative technology of the electric car visible.
  • Stuttgart, Oct 13, 2020 - Even compared with other electric cars, the EQC 400 4MATIC (combined power consumption: 21.3-20.2 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km) is extremely quiet in the interior.
  • Stuttgart, Oct 6, 2020 - The new generation of electric vehicles in the luxury and executive segment is based on a custom-developed architecture, which is scalable in every aspect and can be used across model series. The wheelbase and track as well as all other system components, especially the batteries, are variable thanks to the modular design.
  • Stuttgart, Apr 15, 2020 - On the road to purely electric mobility, plug-in hybrids represent what is perhaps the key bridging technology.
    Weighted fuel consumption 2.6-1.1 l/100 km, weighted CO2 emissions 59-29 g/km, weighted power consumption 25.4-14.8 kWh/100 km*
  • Stuttgart, Feb 25, 2020 - With the Concept EQA at the 2017 IAA International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Mercedes-Benz demonstrated how the EQ strategy can be transferred to the compact class.
  • Stuttgart, Sep 30, 2019 - The market launch of the EQC, the first all-electric vehicle from Mercedes-Benz, marks the Stuttgart car manufacturer's entry into a new era of sustainable mobility.
  • Oslo, May 15, 2019 - The new Mercedes-Benz EQC (combined power consumption: 20.8 - 19.7 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km) is the first Mercedes-Benz under the product and technology brand EQ. At the press driving presentation in Oslo, the European "capital of e-mobility", the EQC is dynamically demonstrating its all-round qualities for the first time.
    EQC (electricity consumption combined: 20.8 – 19.7 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 0 g/km)* ; *Electric energy consumption and range have been determined on the basis of Regulation (EC) No. 692/2008. Electric energy consumption and range depend on the vehicle configuration.
  • Stuttgart/Bremen, May 6, 2019 - The Mercedes-Benz of electric vehicles is ready for launch. The Mercedes-Benz EQC is produced at the Mercedes-Benz Bremen plant – and can be ordered now.
    EQC (electricity consumption combined: 20.8 – 19.7 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 0 g/km)* *Electric energy consumption and range have been determined on the basis of Regulation (EC) No. 692/2008. Electric energy consumption and range depend on the vehicle configuration.
  • Stockholm, Sep 4, 2018 - Today, in the Artipelag art museum, Mercedes-Benz celebrated the world premiere of the new, fully-electric EQC. Dieter Zetsche presented the first Mercedes-Benz model under the product and technology brand EQ to over 600 invited guests.
    (combined power consumption: 22.2 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km*, provisional figures)2; [2] Figures for power consumption and CO2 emissions are provisional and were determined by the German Technical Service corporation. The range figures are also provisional. EC type approval and conformity certification with official figures are not yet available. There may be differences between the stated figures and the official figures.
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