Mercedes is preparing factories to produce electric cars

Deepak Gupta June 30, 2022
Updated 2022/06/30 at 1:33 PM

If a few years ago some viewed the electric car market with reservations, today it is more than certain that this is a sector where brands want to bet hard, with more and more being announcing new developments in this regard.

Mercedes is one of those brands and the latest news indicates that the renowned German company is now preparing factories to carry out the production of a new line of electric cars.




Mercedes wants factories to produce electric cars

According to the data advanced by the agency ReutersMercedes is adjusting its network of factories in order to obtain facilities for the production of its new line of luxury electric cars, at the same time that it prepares to move definitively to electric by the end of this decade.

The data revealed indicate that the German brand aims to achieve the reduction of CO2 emissions by half for each passenger car throughout its life cycle by the end of 2030. According to Joerg Burzer, member of the production and supply network board , "we are ready for the rapid escalation in the volume of electric cars". Burzer also adds that this new configuration of factories was based on conversations between the management and representatives of the brand's workers.

Mercedes also says that the plants in Sindelfingen, Bremen and Rastatt, located in Germany, as well as Kecskemet, in Hungary, will start production of new EV models, aimed at the high-end luxury, entry-level luxury car segment. and low-end luxury, from the middle of this decade.

Details indicate that the battery systems will be supplied by a production network that has factories on three continents. In a statement, the brand states that "The local production of battery systems is a key success factor for Mercedes-Benz's electric growth and a decisive component in meeting the global demand for electric vehicles flexibly and efficiently".

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