Now that Mercedes is fully committed to electric cars, the development of plug-in hybrids is stopped. Now the plug-in hybrids are not finished talking…
The death of the internal combustion engine in 2035, announced by the European authorities, will also affect plug-in hybrids. Mercedes has therefore decided to put a line under this technology. Markus Schäfer, the brand’s development director, announced at the IAA in Munich 2021 that there will be no more new developments for the PHEV. Investments will be concentrated on the electric car.
Electrification is clearly underway at Mercedes, where the number of EQ models is rapidly increasing. And it’s not over yet: by 2025, all segments will have their own 100% electric EQ. For example, after the EQA, EQB, EQC, EQS and EQV come the EQE, EQT and the EQG!
That is not to say that the range will no longer have plug-in hybrids. Rather on the contrary, the investments and developments made to date should ensure that Mercedes can offer competitive PHEV models for at least another 10 years.
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