Mercedes to produce electric models in France

Mercedes announced the production of compact electric cars in France. In 2022, the German car maker Hambach announced that it will invest 500m euros in the factory, explaining that it will offer electric versions of all the series. Mercedes has already announced that it will buy 10 billion euros in electric car technology.



Mercedes announced it would invest 500m euros in the Hambach plant in France to produce the new compact electric car.

At the moment, the factory that produces the Smart series for Daimler, which is fully electric, will also make Mercedes Benz's compact electric vehicles with the new investment and this will be the first.

French President Emmanuel Macron welcomed the decision and made a statement on his Twitter account. "The first electric Mercedes-Benz will be in France, thank you for your trust," says Macron, "as you choose to invest in France. said.

Mercedes, one of the companies that announced the most aggressive electric transition plan among automobile manufacturers, announced that electric versions of all Mercedes Benz vehicles will be offered in 2022, including Smart models, and a total investment of 10 billion euros was planned in this context.

Mercedes' large-scale electric motion will begin with the EQC mid-range SUV, which is 100 percent electric under the brand name EQ next year. The Smart series will be fully electric, and in 2025, electric sales are targeted to reach 25 percent of the company's share of the total.

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