The electric Mercedes-Maybach EQS SUV is also arriving

Mercedes-Benz is accelerating its electrification plans and now wants 50 percent of the model to be hybrid or fully electric by 2025, instead of the previous 25 percent target. During today’s presentation of the strategy, several CEOs of the German company presented these plans, including the confirmation of previously unannounced models.

As it says Motor1, Britta Seeger, responsible for marketing and sales at Mercedes-Benz, confirms that the EQE SUV and EQS SUV will debut next year. In addition, a Mercedes-Maybach version of the EQS SUV is arriving.

Seeger also confirmed that a fully electric G-Class is planned for 2024. Recent news reports say the model concept could be unveiled in early September at the Munich Motor Show. There are not many details about that yet, so it is not known whether this is an electrified version of the existing model or a new product of a unique style and proportions.

Mercedes’ EV strategy is to have a fully electric vehicle in every segment it occupies until 2022. From 2025, each new model will be electric only. This will include the AMG department. “These upcoming AMG models will also push the boundaries in terms of efficiency and aerodynamics. And there will be much more to make these cars real AMGs in the electric world,” says Seeger.

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