Mercedes-Benz to showcase all of its current and future electric cars

Display of the German carmakers zero-emission vehicles will take place at IAA MOBILITY in Munich in September

By
Ian Osborne
July 30, 2021
Category:
EV Life

Mercedes-Benz will be showcasing the full breadth of its current and future electric mobility line-up at the IAA MOBILITY in Munich from 7-12 September. This will include compact models through to performance luxury saloons and multi-purpose vehicles (MPVs).

The premium carmaker will use this show of strength across all of its sub-brands to underscore its “Lead in Electric” claim. Mercedes-Benz, Mercedes-EQ, Mercedes-AMG, Mercedes-Maybach and smart will be at IAA MOBILITY with a total of eight premieres. Five of those are fully electric models, plus one performance hybrid.

The electrification of the entire Mercedes-Benz lineup is stepping up yet another gear. Several new fully electric models will celebrate their world premieres at the IAA show.

With the EQE, Mercedes-EQ will showcase how sporty and comfortable an electric business saloon can be. The car combines dynamic performance and handling with relaxed travel. The same applies to its generous interior space, while the one-bow body design gives the EQE an athletic physique.

The first battery-electric luxury saloon from Mercedes-AMG demonstrates the brand’s commitment to fuse fully electric models with characteristic AMG DNA. This applies not only to its performance figures but more especially to its involving and emotional handling.

The concept vehicle from Mercedes-Maybach conveys a first, precise impression of how the 100-year tradition of ultimate automotive luxury can be carried forward into a new era.

The spacious EQB is equipped for all everyday scenarios and follows its premiere in China. The fully electric seven-seater family car will now make its show debut in Europe.

It’s good to see Mercedes pushing forwards in its quest to move towards an electric future. They recently announced that they would go all-electric by the end of the decade and are investing €40 billion into battery electric vehicles (BEVs) between 2022 and 2030.

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