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30 01 2018 03

Mercedes-Benz is in the process of building out hubs for the production of electric vehicles and batteries around the globe. Markus Schäfer, Member of the Divisional Board of Mercedes-Benz Cars, Production and Supply Chain said that Mercedes-Benz will build its electric vehicles in six plants on three continents.

By 2022, Daimler will electrify the entire portfolio of Mercedes-Benz, offering customers at least one electrified alternative in all Mercedes-model series. The company is planning to offer more than 50 electrified vehicle variants. To that end, Mercedes-Benz will continuously support the development of plug-in hybrids and the introduction of 48-volt-systems. More than 10 models of the more than 50 electrified vehicles will be fully electric cars—in all segments, from smart to large SUVs.

The company plans to invest €10 billion (US$12.4 billion) in the expansion of its electrical fleet and an additional €1 billion (US$1.2 billion) in a global battery production network within its worldwide production network. The global battery network currently comprises five battery factories on three continents.

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