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GLC F-CELL: Mercedes’ hydrogen hybrid

The new Mercedes-Benz GLC F-CELL

The world’s first plug-in fuel cell electric vehicle could be the hybrid solution to electric transportation’s problems Attendees at the IAA International Motor Show in Frankfurt are witnessing unprecedented levels of electrification in vehicles displayed this year, but even against this backdrop, the latest announcement from Mercedes-Benz may come as …

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Interest in Formula E is revving up as top automaker changes gear

Ferrari LaFerrari Hybrid
Source: Ferrari

The president of Ferrari confirmed the motorsport icon is considering Formula E entry for its Fiat brands. Speaking to Mercedes Motorsport’s head, Toto Wolff during the Hungarian Grand Prix, Sergio Marchionne revealed that Ferrari would be open to entering electric versions of the Alfa Romeo or the Maserati. Marchionne wouldn’t …

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Merecedes’ Untertürkheim plant to add battery production

Frank Deiß, Site Manager Mercedes-Benz Untertürkheim Plant and Head of Production Powertrain Mercedes-Benz Cars (l.) and Wolfgang Nieke, Chairman of the Works Council Mercedes-Benz Untertürkheim Plant (r.) at the Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart.

Daimler to add its fourth battery pack production site, and its third in Germany Daimler-owned Mercedes-Benz has announced that its Untertürkheim plant will be developed into an electric component facility to serve increasing demand for electric mobility. The transformation, it says, will include a new battery production at the site, …

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Hermes set to send Mercedes electric vans soaring with new fleet purchase

Hanjo Schneider and Volker Mornhinweg
Source: Daimler

It has been announced that Daimler and Hermes have finalised an agreement for the courier service to purchase up to 1500 all-electric fleet vehicles. Initially, the partnership will undergo a trial phase, starting in 2018, which could lead to the full fleet implementation going through by 2020. Hermes intends to …

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