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Mercedes-Benz C 220 d 4MATIC All-Terrain, Avantgarde; exterior: selenite grey shape
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Mercedes Benz will be offering Dolby Atmos® in a range of its top car models providing the ultimate in-car audio experience to its customers, allowing listeners to connect with music to its fullest creative potential.
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Mercedes-Benz C 300 e (combined fuel consumption weighted (WLTP): 0.8-0.6 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions weighted (WLTP): 17-13 g/km; combined energy consumption weighted (WLTP): 23.3-20.8 kWh/100 km); designo selenite grey magno ; Nappa leather sienna brown/black; AMG Line + Nightpaket; Comfort suspension; DC charging
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The new Mercedes-Benz Citan Tourer
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Local battery production is a key differentiator for Mercedes-Benz and its electric push. Nine battery factories on three continents will in future form the global battery production network of Mercedes-Benz.
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E-Mobility: Mercedes-Benz Trucks establishes a strategic charging infrastructure partnership with Siemens Smart Infrastructure, ENGIE and EVBox Group
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OMNIplus, Spare parts from 3d printer
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Setra - successful retrofitting campaigns
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124 model series Mercedes-Benz 300 CE-24 Cabriolet. Studio photograph of the soft top structure including electrohydraulic elements for operation. (Photo signature in the Mercedes-Benz Classic archive: 00076140)
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Mercedes-Maybach S 680 4MATIC (combined fuel consumption: 14.1-13.3 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 322-305 g/km); exterior: designo rubelit red/kalahari gold; interior: Leather Nappa macchiato beige / bronze brown pearl; trim parts: designo brown open-pore walnut wood with aluminium lines
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The Mercedes-Benz Super Padron O 500 R 1830 stands out due to its weight/power ratio with a permissible gross weight of 19.6 tons and a 310-hp OM 926 LA engine.
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TecDAY AMG Future of Driving PerformanceIndependent E PERFORMANCE drivetrain strategy for performance hybrids
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Thanks to its "plug and play" characteristics, the new Mercedes-Benz OF 1621 is a chassis that comes ready for bodybuilding, thereby ensuring more speed, less interference and less repositioning of components, not to mention fewer adjustments to the exhaust system, brake systems and chassis frame supports.
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Contactless fuel processing: The new Mercedes me service "Fuel & Pay" for digital payment at the fuel pump has been launched. Mercedes me users can use the service free of charge and pay conveniently digitally - without going to the petrol station or paying by card at the machine. This innovative service can be conveniently controlled directly from the vehicle using the Mercedes me app as well as the MBUX infotainment system.
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Together with other partners from the automotive industry, Mercedes-Benz AG is participating in the development of an open, scalable network for the cross-company and secure exchange of information and data in the vehicle industry. The Automotive Alliance has been founded by BMW AG, Deutsche Telekom AG, Robert Bosch GmbH, SAP SE, Siemens AG und ZF Friedrichshafen AG and will operate in future under the name „Catena-X Automotive Network (Catena-X)“. Catena-X serves as an expandable ecosystem in which automobile manufacturers and suppliers, dealer associations and equipment manufacturers, including application, platform and infrastructure providers, can equally participate.
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eCharging Planner
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Over the air update: Mercedes-Benz vehicles are constantly learning “over the air”. In the meantime, around 12 million Mercedes vehicles Over the Air have been updated. Updates become upgrades
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MBUX Hyperscreen - "Zero Layer" concept
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More sustainability in charging: Mercedes-Benz ensures the use of energy from renewable resources for public charging via Mercedes me Charge
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More sustainability in charging: Mercedes-Benz ensures the use of energy from renewable resources for public charging via Mercedes me Charge
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The role of hydropower in the sustainable and carbon-free energy scenario 2050 The change in the global energy market – from fossil fuel-based power generation to a carbon-free renewable future – brings along many structural changes. The best way to deal with this is to combine the best features of all involved systems – a hybrid solution, that also includes stationary energy storage systems.
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