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Mercedes-Benz Lays Out Its German Factories’ Electric Future

  • Company commits to production sites and outlines product plan
  • Carmaker reaches critical agreement with German labor unions
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Mercedes-Benz AG outlined plans for producing its next generation of electric vehicles, moving past a critical crossroads with German labor unions as the carmaker phases out some models in its shift to all-luxury.

The production plan will see its Sindelfingen, Stuttgart, factory produce vehicles based on the electric architecture being developed for its high-performance AMG division, the company said Wednesday. That factory already produces the EQS, the electric version of its flagship S-Class model.