Driven by tomorrow.

On the road to sustainability.

On the road to a sustainable mobility


Our battle against the wind is over.

Since the invention of the automobile, Mercedes-Benz has been fighting a battle against the wind. Soon, however, we are working together in partnership. From 2022, all Mercedes-Benz plants worldwide will only purchase electricity from renewable energy sources. This marks another milestone on the road to sustainability.

On the road to a sustainable mobility


Our battle against the wind is over.

Since the invention of the automobile, Mercedes-Benz has been fighting a battle against the wind. Soon, however, we are working together in partnership. From 2022, all Mercedes-Benz plants worldwide will only purchase electricity from renewable energy sources. This marks another milestone on the road to sustainability.

Sustainability by Mercedes-Benz: Driven by tomorrow.
The video shows the road to sustainable mobility.
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On the road to a sustainable future


Innovation meets vision.

Mercedes-Benz has always stood for innovation – but our cars are far from the only aspect to undergo development, day in, day out. An array of initiatives are laying the groundwork for a sustainable tomorrow, today. Find out more about the various projects here.

On the road to a sustainable future


Innovation meets vision.

Mercedes-Benz has always stood for innovation – but our cars are far from the only aspect to undergo development, day in, day out. An array of initiatives are laying the groundwork for a sustainable tomorrow, today. Find out more about the various projects here.

On the road to carbon-neutral mobility.

An EQ on a country road by the sea.

On the road to carbon-neutral mobility.

Zero-emissions mobility – guided by this vision, we are working to protect our planet and keep our air clean. It is a core component of our sustainable business strategy. Our ambition: our new vehicles should be carbon-neutral by 2039.

"Factory 56".

A photo of the new "Factory 56” manufacturing hall.

"Factory 56".

Eight months after the foundation stone was laid for one of the world’s most cutting-edge automotive manufacturing sites, Mercedes-Benz Cars is giving its first in-depth insights into the underlying principles at "Factory 56".

EQC 400 4MATIC: electrical consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 21.5 – 20.1; CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 0.[1]

[1] The stated figures were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process. Electrical consumption and range have been determined on the basis of Regulation (EC) No. 692/2008. Electrical consumption and range depend on the vehicle configuration.

On the road to sustainable production


EQC x sustainability: the sustainability check.

From recycled plastic through to renewable raw materials – with more than 100 sustainable components, the EQC’s design philosophy is imbued with a sense of modern, sustainable luxury. Find out how this is reflected in the EQC in practice.

On the road to sustainable production


EQC x sustainability: the sustainability check.

From recycled plastic through to renewable raw materials – with more than 100 sustainable components, the EQC’s design philosophy is imbued with a sense of modern, sustainable luxury. Find out how this is reflected in the EQC in practice.

An EQC being uncovered in a production hall.
An EQC being uncovered in a production hall.
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The chassis of a Mercedes Vito being manufactured.

Conserving, recycling and reusing resources

From the value chain to the value cycle. Global demand for mobility is growing just as our resources are shrinking. We are taking responsibility, severing the tie between our consumption of resources and the growth of our manufacturing output.

A Mercedes on a country road.

Environmentally certified Mercedes-Benz models.

Verified environmental certificates document how eco-friendly our vehicles are. Here, you can find full information on consumption, emissions and life cycle assessment, and also on the use of renewable raw materials and recyclates.

EQC 400 4MATIC: electrical consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 21.5 – 20.1; CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 0.[1]

[1] The stated figures were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process. Electrical consumption and range have been determined on the basis of Regulation (EC) No. 692/2008. Electrical consumption and range depend on the vehicle configuration.

On the road to an electrifying future


Welcome to the world of EQ.

The new brand for electric mobility from Mercedes-Benz. Find out more about our fascinating products and vehicle concepts, and experience the future, today.

On the road to an electrifying future


Welcome to the world of EQ.

The new brand for electric mobility from Mercedes-Benz. Find out more about our fascinating products and vehicle concepts, and experience the future, today.

An EQ at a home charging station.
An EQ at a home charging station.
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EQC 400 4MATIC: electrical consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 21.5 – 20.1; CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 0.[1]

[1] The stated figures were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process. Electrical consumption and range have been determined on the basis of Regulation (EC) No. 692/2008. Electrical consumption and range depend on the vehicle configuration.