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Mercedes Benz opens its own fast charging parks

With its own charging network, Mercedes-Benz is setting standards for fast, convenient and green charging of electric vehicles. Depending on the region, the charging stations currently offer charging capacities of up to 400 kW, provided via the common charging systems CCS1, CCS2, NACS and GB/T. Thanks to intelligent charging management, every vehicle can be charged to its maximum capacity. This reduces the loading time for customers to an absolute minimum. The first charging park in Germany opens in Mannheim.

According to the company's own information, more than 10.000 fast charging points are planned in North America, Europe, China and other core markets by the end of the decade.


This clear statement also cements the announced end to combustion engines in the passenger car sector at Mercedes-Benz.

Ora Funky Cat 400 Pro+

Ora Funky Cat 400 Pro+
Ora Funky Cat 400 Pro+

Great Wall Motors from China is putting a lot of pressure on to get a foothold in the car market in Europe. To score points with electric cars in the motherland of the automobile is a prestige task and should put the traditional German brands under pressure. The Ora Funky Cat was already presented at the IAA 2021 in Munich and can now also be configured directly online. The future market is also being fiercely contested in Europe by suppliers from China. How can the Ora Cat convince?

Here you can ask us questions about the Ora Funky Cat 400 Pro+ and, if you are interested, you can also take part in the live conference.
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