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Mercedes competes with Tesla in the electric car industry

Mercedes competes with Tesla in the electric car industry, following the great success achieved by Tesla with regard to the electric car industry and achieving record sales during the month of March of this year 2022, which made many global car manufacturers start competing with Tesla. Owned by billionaire Elon Musk, it increases the production of electric and hybrid cars, and at the head of these companies is Mercedes-Benz, a subsidiary of Daimler.

Mercedes competes with Tesla in the production of electric cars

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Recently, Mercedes-Benz revealed its newest electric car, EQA , which is part of its plan to compete with Tesla, which has the highest number of sales of electric cars, according to Forbes magazine.

In its plan, Mercedes seeks to provide more cars that do not result in any harmful emissions in order to achieve the goals of the Chinese market as well as the European market.

The competition rages between Mercedes and Tesla

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By introducing the EQA electric car , Mercedes competes with Tesla strongly, as Mercedes announced that its new electric car is just the first in a large group of electric car models that the company plans to launch during this year.

The speed of the new Mercedes electric car reaches 426 km, which is suitable for people who want to drive the car for long trips without stopping to recharge the car, not to mention that the company announced that the car will be developed later to reach 500 km without stopping.

The European Union supports electric and hybrid cars

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Sales of electric cars have been launched in Europe since the beginning of last year, as car manufacturers turned to them with the support of the European Union in order to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

On the other hand, car manufacturers are recently facing a ban on fuel-powered vehicles due to the emissions these cars emit harmful to the environment in the short and long term.

Sales of electric hybrid cars (which reduce pollution emissions) have received a lot of support in both France and Germany, as part of the economic stimulus measures for citizens.

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