Mercedes’ Plans Have Reportedly Changed and It’s A Very Big Deal

Mercedes could be accelerating its electrification efforts and killing of ICE models much faster than previously anticipated

New reports from Germany tell a new story about Mercedes’ electrification strategy

Following news of an AMG-turned EV being in the works the company had said it would go with the flow and let engines fade out of existence naturally

Now, however, insiders close to the matter say that Mercedes is accelerating its plans

Models that were originally slated for debut in 2024 and 2025 will be revealed a year sooner

The fossil-fuel equivalent of those models will likely be discontinued altogether

A spokesperson from Mercedes’ parent company Daimler has yet to confirm the news

However, it is said that CEO Ola Källenius wants to make an announcement sometime this summer

Now, we’re wondering if the Mercedes S-Class, E-Class, GLB, and GLC will be dropped from the lineup soon

The EQB and EQC could replace the current gas-powered GLB and GLC

While the EQS and the EQE, which should arrive by 2024, could replace the two large sedans in Merc’s lineup.

We don’t know for sure yet, but hopefully Mercedes will spill the beans soon

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