Mercedes-Benz EQC: Market start is postponed!

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Mercedes-Benz EQC: Market start is postponed!-postponed

If the Mercedes-Benz EQC was still present in the fall of 2018 and so the Audi E-Tron Quattro in Puncto premiere before coming, it looks very different about the market launch of the electric car from Mercedes-Benz. According to the plan of Mercedes, the “sold out”, EQC in the middle of the year should be entered in the middle of the year. Now it can be end of the year until customers can receive their EQC.

From 70.000 Euro Let’s go if you want to call a Mercedes-Benz EQC its own. This is intended to be up to date information at the earliest in November to the dealers and then to the customers. Three months later than originally planned. This is justified by the fact that Mercedes probably has problems with boosting quantities.

You make that the automotive receiver does not get enough batteries. No wonder so that Mercedes-Benz wants to build a sustainable supply chain for electric car batteries. Whether the batteries are actually the problem remains to be seen.

Invest in battery factory and battery cell cover should avoid such problems

Finally, Daimler currently invests more than one billion euros in a global battery production composite within the global production network of Mercedes-Benz Cars. Currently, the battery production composite consists of eight factories at six locations on three continents. In the course of its electric car offensive Mercedes-Benz builds a battery factory on the Polish location Jework and thus expands the global battery production network to nine factories.

Daimler buys the cells on the world market and commissions suppliers to manufacture according to specific specifications. So the company secures the best possible technology. With the purchase of battery cells for more than 20 billion euros, the company creates the prerequisite for consistent change towards the electrical future.

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1 thought on “Mercedes-Benz EQC: Market start is postponed!”

  1. @ electric car

    Nice that your ‘sold out’ in quotation marks:

    “Sold out” can only be a product for a certain period of time, in the case of EQC for 2019 or 2020 – and even if vehicles delivered in 2019 are not exclusively to dealers, ie are intended for exhibition and demonstration purposes.

    Or, if the product is produced overall only in an absolutely limited quantity.

    Marketing often takes the mouth to full.


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