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The Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 4MATIC+ (combined electrical consumption (WLTP*): 23,4–21,1 kWh/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km, electric range WLTP: 529-586 km) electric sedan starts to leave the production line at Factory 56 in the Mercedes-Benz Sindelfingen plant. * Power consumption and range were determined on the basis of Regulation 2017/1151/EU.
Mercedes-Benz Berlin site to become competence centre for the digitalization of the global Mercedes-Benz production network by focusing on the development and implementation of MO360 applications as well as a location for e-mobility com
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)
Mercedes-AMG opens new delivery hall in Affalterbach; Unboxing your Star, 2021
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
MBV Charleston Team 2006
Mercedes-Benz Operating System (MB.OS) developed @ Mercedes-Benz Technology Center, Sindelfingen: Sindelfingen to become the central campus for future operating system MB.OS as part of Mercedes-Benz digitalisation push
Berlin-Marienfelde site to become competence center for the digitalization of the global Mercedes-Benz production network. Focus is set on the development and implementation of MO360, the digital Mercedes-Benz production ecosystem.
Mercedes-Benz is expanding its green power portfolio in cooperation with the energy supplier Enovos and the Norwegian energy producer Statkraft. This means that from 2022 onwards, the company will purchase electricity in Germany that comes exclusively from renewable sources. The CO2-free electricity from solar, wind and hydro sources is generated in various power plants, most of which are located in Germany. These include a part of a solar park with the size of 60 football pitches near Ingolstadt. (Photo: Anumar GmbH)
Mercedes star on the train main station tower in Stuttgart is dismantled due to the construction, March 2021
Mercedes-Benz Drive Systems Campus, Stuttgart-Untertürkheim
Brandenburg's Prime Minister Dr. Dietmar Woidke visited Mercedes-Benz Ludwigsfelde in 2020. In the picture (from left to right): Dr. Dietmar Woidke, Prime Minister of brandenburg; Dr. Markus Keicher, Site Manager Mercedes-Benz Ludwigsfelde.
30 years Mercedes-Benz from Ludwigsfelde