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Daimler intends to abandon its partnership with the Renault-Nissan Alliance, after the completion of ongoing projects. According to information revealed by the German press, …

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Dieter Zetsche, Daimler’s managing director, curbed his enthusiasm about autonomous cars: the only way to introduce this technology is to go step by step, …

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Mercedes-Benz reports that from 2022 forward the extremely successful GLC SUV will also be built in Sindelfingen, Germany. This should keep the plant operating …

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Smart lives on! Chinese manufacturer Geely has acquired 50% of the Smart brand, which will only produce electrical models in China, from 2022. We …

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German manufacturer Daimler will decide by the end of this year what it will be the fate of the Smart subsidiary. “The new CEO will …

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Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi all reported declining sales figures in February, but the Stuttgart manufacturer remains the leader in the overall standings of the …

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To save billions (literally), BMW and Mercedes consider developing a common platform for their future electric car models. BMW and Mercedes-Benz are two rival …

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Mercedes-AMG will stop offering V12 cars. As the era of smaller V8s and electric motors begins to dawn on us, we thought it was …

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Next year the revolutionary wind will blow through the Mercedes range. In 2020 the C-segment model family will be expanded with the EQ A, …

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Mercedes-Benz sold 152,690 vehicles worldwide this past February, which represents a minus of 6.7%. The new B-Class though is running to compensate for the …

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Manufacturers are trying to find the most suitable artificial sounds for electric cars to make sure pedestrians hear them in traffic and Mercedes-AMG might …

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Mercedes-Benz will not launch new generations for the S-Class Coupe and Cabriolet, according to unofficial information from the international press, quoted by Motor1.com. Mercedes-Benz …

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