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BP joins DCS joint venture to accelerate adoption of EVs

BP joins DCS joint venture to accelerate adoption of EVs

British oil & gas giant BP has joined forces with BMW Group and Daimler Mobility as the third stakeholder in the Digital Charging Solutions GmbH (DCS) joint venture to further accelerate the gr

Mercedes-Benz plug-in car sales continue to grow despite Q3 decline

Mercedes-Benz plug-in car sales continue to grow despite Q3 decline

Mercedes-Benz, a wholly-owned subsidiary of German luxury automobile manufacturer Daimler AG, has reported a significant decrease in global sales in the third quarter (Q3) of 2021.

Production of Mercedes-Benz eActros marks major step towards CO2-neutral road haulage

Production of Mercedes-Benz eActros marks major step towards CO2-neutral road haulage

The recent start of series production of Mercedes-Benz’ first battery-electric eActros Truck marked a major step towards CO2-neutral road haulage.

Plug-in car sales grow over 300% year-over-year in May 2021 in Germany

Plug-in car sales grow over 300% year-over-year in May 2021 in Germany

The number of plug-in car registrations in Germany in the month of May 2021 grew more than 300 per cent year-over-year, making the segment to represent nearly a quarter of the entire market.

Mercedes Benz India supports SIAM’s position on Indo-EU FTA in auto sector

The Indian arm of German luxury auto giant Mercedes Benz has declared that it supports industry body Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers' (SIAM's) position on not including automobile sector in the proposed free trade agreement (FTA) with European Union.

Mercedes Benz India said it might opt to make its Chakan-based facility as an export destination in case the proposed FTA with European Union takes effect for the automobile sector.

Mercedes-Benz unveils small CLA

Renowned German luxury brand Mercedes-Benz on Sunday introduced its forthcoming CLA small sedan to the world, ahead of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

The new Mercedes-Benz CLA, which has been designed keeping up-&-rising Generation Y buyers in mind, is slightly smaller than the existing C-Class.

But, while the C-Class remains a conventional sedan, the new concept car features swoopy curved-back looks. The C-Class is the smallest car that Mercedes sells in the United States.

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