Daimler has stated before that it wants to achieve a CO2-free fleet by 2039, but the company is reportedly looking at ending ICE (internal combustion engine) vehicle production early. CEO Ola Källenius dropped a hint in an interview that the interim targets for electric vehicles could be revised upwards. The German publication Handelsblatt pointed out […]
Li Shufu, chairman of Geely Motors, has purchased a 9.69% stake in Daimler worth $ 9 billion. The acquisition is further proof of how quickly consolidation in the auto industry is taking place.
Daimler Trucks has now begun testing semi-truck platooning tech in Japan — building on earlier work in Europe — via the FUSO brand we’ve reported on a few times
Four European automakers have teamed up to create a fast charger network in Europe. The system will use the CCS protocol. 400 charge points are planned by the end of 2020.
Originally published on EV Obsession. The German company Daimler AG will be putting €500 million into the creation of a second lithium-ion battery production facility in Germany, according to recent news from the company. This new facility will produce lithium-ion batteries to be used in electric vehicles and hybrids released under the Mercedes-Benz brand, reportedly. [&hellip
Daimler Investing €500 Million Into New Lithium-Ion Battery Factory In Germany was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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