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Electrification of the product portfolio.

The systematic electrification of the entire product portfolio is a central component of the "Ambition 2039" strategic focus and a basic prerequisite on the road to CO₂ neutrality. The portfolio now includes eight all-electric models.

Electric First and Ambition2039: CO₂-neutral mobility and production

Under "Electric first", Mercedes-Benz is pursuing the consistent electrification of all model variants and vehicle types as a clear target. The successive increase in the proportion of all-electric vehicles in the vehicle portfolio over the next few years is a key factor in this. As early as 2030, so-called xEVs, plug-in hybrids, and fully electric vehicles are expected to account for more than half of sales - and the trend is rising. Electrically powered vehicles from Mercedes-Benz are enjoying increasing popularity. The company delivered a total of 45,000 electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids (xEVs) worldwide in the third quarter of 2020.

With the "Ambition2039", Mercedes-Benz presented its path to CO₂ neutrality more than a year ago. Vehicle production plays a decisive role in this respect. As early as 2022, the company's own Mercedes-Benz passenger car and van plants worldwide will produce in a CO₂-neutral manner. This includes more than 30 passenger car and van plants and also includes the battery factories.

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G 580 with EQ Technology (combined energy consumption: 30.3-27.7 kWh/100 km | combined CO₂ emissions: 0 g/km | CO₂ class: A)*

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Mercedes-Maybach EQS 680 SUV (energy consumption combined: 24,1‒22 kWh/100 km | CO₂ emissions combined: 0 g/km | CO₂ class: A)*

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At Mercedes-Benz, we are convinced: The future is electric.