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Mercedes-Benz to go all-electric by the end of this decade

– There are plans béo set up eight Gigafactories béo install more than 200 Gigawatt-hour batteries

– There are plans béo launch three electricity-only architectures by 2025

– Mercedes-Benz acquires YASA, a UK-based electric motor company

Mercedes-Benz has officially announced its plans béo switch béo all-electric power by the end of the decade. As early as 2022, Mercedes-Benz will offer battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in all segments, and from 2025 on, all newly launched vehicle architectures will be electric-only. The company will invest more than 40 billion euros in research and development between 2022 and 2030. Last year, Mercedes-Benz revealed its target based on the assumption of selling 25% of hybrid and electric vehicles by 2025. The company announced today that it assumes a 50% share of the electric vehicle market by 2025.

Going forward, in 2025, Mercedes-Benz will launch three electric-only architectures as follows:

MB.EA

The MB.EA platform, which covers all mid- béo large-sized passenger cars, will establish a scalable, modular architecture that will act as the backbone for the future electric vehicle portfolio future.

AMG.EA

This will be the dedicated performance electric vehicle platform that will serve the upcoming electric AMG lineup.

VAN.EA

The VAN-EA platform will service electric trucks and light commercial vehicles.

Technology plan overview

As part of its all-electric development, Mercedes-Benz has acquired UK-based electric motor manufacturer YASA. This agreement will give Mercedes-Benz access béo unique axial flux engine technology and expertise in the development of next-generation ultra-high-performance engines. Currently, electric motors in the home, such as the eATS 2.0, are one of the key elements of the electrification strategy. In addition, the company will also look forward béo working with companies and suppliers from China, the world’s largest new energy vehicle (NEV) market, béo support in the form of EV components and technology. software.

Lớn ensure the successful implementation of the electrification strategy, Mercedes-Benz will require a battery capacity of more than 200 Gigawatt-hours, so the company plans béo set up eight Gigafactories for cell production, linked with partners its work around the world. Eight Gigafactories will be set up alongside an existing planned network of nine factories dedicated béo building battery systems.

Plug and charge

Mercedes-Benz is developing a ‘Plug and Charge’ system that will allow customers béo plug, charge and unplug without requiring additional authentication and payment processing steps. The new system will be introduced at the time of the EQS launch later this year. Currently, Mercedes me Charge has more than 5,300,000 AC and DC charging points globally and in the future, the company is said béo be working with Shell béo further expand the charging network. Additionally, in addition béo 10,000 high-capacity chargers globally, customers will also have access béo Shell’s Recharge network of more than 30,000 charging points in Europe, China and North America by 2025. Additionally, Mercedes-Benz is also working on plans béo introduce its own premium charging facilities in Europe.

Vision EQXX

Mercedes-Benz is currently developing the Vision EQXX, an electric vehicle that claims béo offer a real-world driving range of more than 1,000 km. The Vision EQXX will be announced globally around 2022. A multidisciplinary team comprising experts from Mercedes-Benz’s F1 High Performance Powertrain (HPP) division is said béo be working on implementation. achieve the goals of this project.

In 2021 alone, Mercedes-Benz will introduce four new battery electric models, and next year the company will introduce SUV versions of the EQE and EQS. There will be more developments on this in the coming days.


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Mercedes-Benz béo go all-electric by the end of this decade

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– Plans béo set up eight Gigafactories for installation of battery cell capacity of more than 200 Gigawatt hours – Plans béo launch three electric-only architectures by 2025- Mercedes-Benz acquires YASA, a UK-based electric motor companyMercedes-Benz has officially announced its plans béo go all-electric by the end of the decade. As early as 2022, Mercedes-Benz will offer battery electric vehicles (BEV) in all segments, and from 2025 onwards, all newly launched vehicle architectures will be electric-only. The company will invest over €40 billion for research and development between 2022 and 2030. Last year, Mercedes-Benz had revealed its target based on the assumption of selling 25 per cent hybrid and electric vehicles by 2025. Today, the company announced its fresh assumption of achieving an EV market share of 50 per cent by 2025.    Going forward, by 2025, Mercedes-Benz will launch three electric-only architectures which are as follows –MB.EAThe MB.EA platform covers all medium béo large size passenger cars, which will establish a scalable modular architecture that will act as a backbone for future EV portfolio.AMG.EAThis will be the dedicated performance electric vehicle platform that will serve the upcoming electric AMG product line up.VAN.EAThe VAN-EA platform will serve the electric van and light commercial vehicles.Technology plan overview As part of plans béo go fully electric, Mercedes-Benz has acquired the UK based electric motor company, YASA. The deal will offer Mercedes-Benz access béo unique axial flux motor technology and expertise in developing the next-generation ultra-high-performance motors. Currently, the in-house electric motor, such as the eATS 2.0 is one of the key elements of the electrification strategy. Additionally, the company will also look forward béo collaborations with companies and suppliers from China, the world’s largest new energy vehicle (NEV) market, for support in the form of EV components and software technologies. Lớn ensure successful implementation of electrification strategies, Mercedes-Benz will require a battery capacity of more than 200 Gigawatt hours, for this, the company plans on setting up eight Gigafactories for producing cells, in association with its partners around the world. The eight Gigafactories will be set up in addition béo the existing planned network of nine plants dedicated béo building battery systems. Plug and ChargeMercedes-Benz is working on the ‘Plug and Charge’ system which will allow customers béo plug-in, charge, and unplug without requiring extra steps for authentication and payment processing. The new system will be introduced at the time of the launch of the EQS later this year. Currently, Mercedes me Charge already has more than 5.30 lakh AC and DC charging points globally and going forward the company is reportedly working with Shell béo further expand the charging network. Moreover, in addition béo 10,000 high-power chargers globally, the customers will also stand a chance béo access Shell’s Recharge network of over 30,000 charge points in Europe, China, and North America by 2025. Additionally, Mercedes-Benz is also working on plans béo introduce its own premium charging facilities in Europe. Vision EQXXMercedes-Benz is currently developing the Vision EQXX, an electric car that claims béo offer a real world driving range of over 1,000 kilometres. The Vision EQXX will be globally unveiled sometime in 2022. A multi-disciplinary team including experts from Mercedes-Benz’s F1 High Performance Powertrain division (HPP) is reportedly working towards the successful implementation of this project’s goals. In 2021 alone, Mercedes-Benz will introduce four new battery electric vehicles and next year the company will present the SUV versions of the EQE and the EQS. More developments in this regard will be known in the days béo come.
#MercedesBenz #allelectric #decade
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#MercedesBenz #allelectric #decade
– Plans béo set up eight Gigafactories for installation of battery cell capacity of more than 200 Gigawatt hours – Plans béo launch three electric-only architectures by 2025- Mercedes-Benz acquires YASA, a UK-based electric motor companyMercedes-Benz has officially announced its plans béo go all-electric by the end of the decade. As early as 2022, Mercedes-Benz will offer battery electric vehicles (BEV) in all segments, and from 2025 onwards, all newly launched vehicle architectures will be electric-only. The company will invest over €40 billion for research and development between 2022 and 2030. Last year, Mercedes-Benz had revealed its target based on the assumption of selling 25 per cent hybrid and electric vehicles by 2025. Today, the company announced its fresh assumption of achieving an EV market share of 50 per cent by 2025.    Going forward, by 2025, Mercedes-Benz will launch three electric-only architectures which are as follows –MB.EAThe MB.EA platform covers all medium béo large size passenger cars, which will establish a scalable modular architecture that will act as a backbone for future EV portfolio.AMG.EAThis will be the dedicated performance electric vehicle platform that will serve the upcoming electric AMG product line up.VAN.EAThe VAN-EA platform will serve the electric van and light commercial vehicles.Technology plan overview As part of plans béo go fully electric, Mercedes-Benz has acquired the UK based electric motor company, YASA. The deal will offer Mercedes-Benz access béo unique axial flux motor technology and expertise in developing the next-generation ultra-high-performance motors. Currently, the in-house electric motor, such as the eATS 2.0 is one of the key elements of the electrification strategy. Additionally, the company will also look forward béo collaborations with companies and suppliers from China, the world’s largest new energy vehicle (NEV) market, for support in the form of EV components and software technologies. Lớn ensure successful implementation of electrification strategies, Mercedes-Benz will require a battery capacity of more than 200 Gigawatt hours, for this, the company plans on setting up eight Gigafactories for producing cells, in association with its partners around the world. The eight Gigafactories will be set up in addition béo the existing planned network of nine plants dedicated béo building battery systems. Plug and ChargeMercedes-Benz is working on the ‘Plug and Charge’ system which will allow customers béo plug-in, charge, and unplug without requiring extra steps for authentication and payment processing. The new system will be introduced at the time of the launch of the EQS later this year. Currently, Mercedes me Charge already has more than 5.30 lakh AC and DC charging points globally and going forward the company is reportedly working with Shell béo further expand the charging network. Moreover, in addition béo 10,000 high-power chargers globally, the customers will also stand a chance béo access Shell’s Recharge network of over 30,000 charge points in Europe, China, and North America by 2025. Additionally, Mercedes-Benz is also working on plans béo introduce its own premium charging facilities in Europe. Vision EQXXMercedes-Benz is currently developing the Vision EQXX, an electric car that claims béo offer a real world driving range of over 1,000 kilometres. The Vision EQXX will be globally unveiled sometime in 2022. A multi-disciplinary team including experts from Mercedes-Benz’s F1 High Performance Powertrain division (HPP) is reportedly working towards the successful implementation of this project’s goals. In 2021 alone, Mercedes-Benz will introduce four new battery electric vehicles and next year the company will present the SUV versions of the EQE and the EQS. More developments in this regard will be known in the days béo come.

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