Mercedes-Benz will release models such as pure electric EQV next month
According to foreign media reports, Mercedes-Benz announced that it will release a new pure electric EQV sedan at the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt next month.
At this Frankfurt Motor Show, this old German car company has a grand plan. Mercedes-Benz said that at this exhibition their booth will be "based on sustainable solutions for future travel." Ola Källenius, the chairman of Daimler's new management committee and head of Mercedes-Benz, will "see the future of Mercedes-Benz".
At this exhibition, the company also plans to release several models, including pure electric models:
A brand new car will be unveiled for the first time in the world. This car belongs to Mercedes-Benz's product and technology brand EQ, which reflects the brand's flexibility, customer orientation and sustainability. Vision. In addition, the debut of the Mercedes-Benz pure electric large space EQV plug-in hybrid version. GLB will also welcome its trade debut. The city's commuter pioneer model smart will showcase its upgraded electric models for the first time on the River Main. As part of the Mercedes AMG high driving performance program, the brand will also showcase a compact SUV based on GLB.
Mercedes-Benz has been developing electric vehicles through its "EQ" sub-brand, after the company released the EQC electric SUV, and some media also tested it earlier this year. In 2017, the German car company also released the Mercedes-Benz "EQA", a pure electric compact car. Now the company has confirmed that it will release a new Mercedes-Benz EQV, a pure electric, high-capacity sedan.
Among the veteran car companies, Daimler has the most radical electrification plan. The company plans to electrify all vehicles under the Mercedes-Benz and smart brands by 2022. However, Mercedes-Benz has not yet launched an electric vehicle that can make waves in the market, so the company's efforts in electrification are hard to attract attention. But from now on, they have speeded up the release of electric models.
After the release of EQC later this year, the company is likely to release compact electric cars and other models. With EQV, Mercedes-Benz will enter the high-end electric car market, which is currently dominated by Tesla.