Report: Daimler's whole fleet of latest Euro 6 vehicles may have them.
750,000 Mercedes vehicles could be affected.
Daimler is open to supplying Volvo with engines and could even take a small stake in the Swedish carmaker, Manager Magazin said, raising the possibility of increased cooperation between Mercedes-Benz and China's Geely.
Mercedes-Benz is working on a full-size battery-electric sedan called the EQ S as part of plans to unveil 10 new electric vehicles by 2022. Bloomberg reports the sedan will be about the size of its flagship S-Class and compete with the Tesla Model S for buyers of luxury electric vehicles.
The factory will be CO2 neutral and zero-net-energy.
Batteries are getting better and cheaper, quickly.
More than 10 new plug-in models coming by 2025.
Mercedes-Benz parent wants to cut costs as it prepares to introduce its EQ electric-vehicle sub-brand.
Uber's Kalanick, Daimler's Zetsche acknowledge each other's roll in transportation, quash buyout rumors.
Daimler chief Dieter Zetsche says he believes EVs are "more likely" to come out on top than hydrogen cars.
BMW, Volkswagen, and Porsche may have changed their senior leadership, but not Mercedes: Daimler has renewed Dieter Zetsche's contract for another couple of years, but is switching out its head of R&D.
Apple's executive leadership may be unhappy with EV project's swelling headcount.
Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche says that Volkswagen's diesel emissions trickery couldn't have happened at Daimler.
Dr. Dieter Zetsche has called VW's diesel scandal "a blow" to Germany's proud automotive industry while emphasizing Mercedes has never used defeat devices.
Daimler boss Dietzer Zetsche doesn't think Google is serious about actually building cars and is just investigating how people use vehicles. He said he sees opportunities to work with the search giant in the future but thinks there is a possibly antagonistic relationship when it comes to data privacy.
When Auto Express asked Dieter Zetsche about getting the Mercedes-Benz reimagined Maybach sub-brand into the premium SUV game, the Daimler CEO replied "Most likely."
Mercedes-Benz didn't just win the Formula One World Championship in 2014 – it positively dominated it. The team won all but three of the grands prix this season, scoring a one-two finish at more than half of them and landing at least one car on the podium at every race without exception. It goes without saying, then, that the German automaker thrives on competition, but now it's welcoming even more.