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Daimler strengthens R&D footprint in China with new Tech Center in Beijing
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Daimler strengthens R&D footprint in China with new Tech Center in Beijing
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Daimler strengthens R&D footprint in China with new Tech Center in Beijing; EQS 580 4MATIC (combined electrical consumption: 20.0-16.9 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km)
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BBAC reached the production milestone of 2,000,000 locally produced Mercedes-Benz vehicles. From left to right: Xu Heyi, Chairman of BAIC Group, Hubertus Troska, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG, responsible for Greater China, as well as Arno van der Merwe, President and CEO of BBAC.
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“Hubertus Troska, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG: “We reached the milestone of two million ‘Made in China, for China’ cars that clearly shows the impressive growth of our business, thanks to the support of our local customers.”
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The A-Class L Sedan is the first long wheelbase model in the local premium compact sedan segment, exclusively produced for China.
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For the start of production of the A-Class, apprentices from the Rastatt plant produced a steering wheel model using modern additive production processes such as 3D printing. The model is passed on from plant to plant like a baton. From left to right: Arno van der Merwe, President and CEO of BBAC, Andreas Brand, Chief Engineer of Mercedes-Benz Compact Cars Production, as well as Chen Wei, Senior Executive Vice President of BBAC.
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BBAC celebrated its latest addition of Mercedes-Benz A-Class L Sedan to the “Made in China, for China” portfolio, which now includes five local models.
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Daimler plans to build a second Research and Development site in Beijing.. The R & D Tech Center is scheduled to start operations in 2020.
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Daimler plans to build a second Research and Development site in Beijing. The R & D Tech Center is scheduled to start operations in 2020.
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Daimler plans to build a second Research and Development site in Beijing. The R&D Tech Center is scheduled to start operations in 2020.
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The factory of BBAC in Beijing, China.
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Xu Heyi, Chairman of the BAIC Group (left) and Hubertus Troska, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG (right) sign framework agreement. Source: Bundesregierung / Guido Bergmann
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Xu Heyi, Chairman of the BAIC Group (left) and Hubertus Troska, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG (right) sign framework agreement. Source: Bundesregierung / Guido Bergmann
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From left: Hubertus Troska (Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG responsible for China) and Frank Deiss (President and CEO of BBAC) during the opening ceremony of the new compact car plant in Beijing, China with the first locally produced GLA
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A bird’s eye view of Beijing Benz Automotive Co., Ltd (BBAC): The plant is responsible for the local production of Mercedes-Benz C-, E-, and GLK-Class as well as passenger car engines. The compact GLA will go into production at BBAC in 2015.
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