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Mercedes Goes 'Electric Only' For Its Employee Company Cars In Germany

15 Nov 2023 | Abstracted from Electrek

"Mercedes is transitioning its company cars in Germany to electric...This would mean 5,000 vehicles, mostly available as diesel, gas, and PHEVs, will transition to EVs.

"Nearly one in three company cars are purely electric currently, while around 40% are plug-in hybrids...The move comes as more employees are choosing all-electric options anyway. Nearly one in three company cars are purely electric currently, while around 40% are plug-in hybrids



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