Daimler retrofits new battery items -Lithium - Ion Battery Equipment

Daimler retrofits new battery items -Lithium - Ion Battery Equipment

In order to better cope with the increasingly fierce market competition, Daimler plans to produce more than 10 electric vehicles for Mercedes-Benz by 2022. On July 25th, local time in Germany, Daimler said that in order to complete the company's future electric vehicle product planning, it will be located in the German city of Baden-Württemberg in Sindelfingen and Stuttgart. The factory added battery manufacturing capacity.(Lithium - Ion Battery Equipment)

Daimler said the revamp was part of a 1.5 billion-euro ($1.75 billion) plan to revamp Mercedes-Benz plants to produce zero-emission and self-driving cars.

In the future, the Sindelfingen plant will be the center for the mass production of autonomous and electric vehicles. The Sindelfingen plant currently mainly produces Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedans.

Frank Deiss, head of powertrain production at Mercedes-Benz, said: "With the increase in battery production, we are transforming the traditional Tturheim plant into a high-tech plant for the production of components for electric vehicles."

With the reorganization of the German domestic plant, Mercedes-Benz will have eight battery plants. Daimler already makes batteries in Kamenz County, Germany, and is building more battery plants in Beijing, Bangkok, Tuscaloosa and Alabama.



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