Mercedes Increases EV Charging Reach

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Mercedes-Benz HPC North America LLC is on the verge of deploying high-end electric car chargers across the country in an accord with Buc-ee’s. The latest charging points will be established at present Buc-ee’s service stations, with 30 of them being constructed by 2024.

Through the collaboration, Mercedes shall be able to provide improved charging convenience for its patrons, following Buc-ee’s growth in 2019 across places such as Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina, and Tennessee. The siting of several Buc-ee’s travel centers on significant thoroughfares, comprising the Texas Triangle, shall aid Mercedes build up its charge network reach where it is needed most.

We of late have noticed frequently that collaborations involving car manufacturers and firms with vast geographical distribution are absolutely fundamental for accelerating the development of U.S. charging networks hastily. Tesla has already established Superchargers at important Buc-ee’s travel hubs.

“The collaboration between Mercedes-Benz HPC North America and Buc-ee’s is a milestone in our mission to build a national charging network that provides unrivaled convenience and quality,” declared Andrew Cornelia, President and CEO of Mercedes-Benz HPC NA. “We have made remarkable progress in a short period of time, constructing multiple charging hubs at Buc-ee’s travel centers. Their prime locations along major thoroughfares, as well as their dedication to clean and accessible services, are a great fit for our ambitions.”

Mercedes-Benz HPC North America is setting a goal of implementing 400 charging stations and more than 2,500 rechargers across the continent by 2030. As 2021 gets underway, the Mercedes brand set their sights on launching a branded charging system in North America to reach a global total of 10,000 charge points.

The destruction of obstacles to a straightforward charging knowledge is at the center for many of the largest carmakers all around the world. In July, Mercedes-Benz formed a precedent when being the first German automaker to apply the Tesla North American Charging Standard (NACS), subsequent GM and Ford in doing so.

Besides the capacity to a dependable charging system, Mercedes is also tending to the comprehend that their switch to electric vehicles in North America is happening with undue haste. Most EQ electric Mercedes cars have quite high prices points and are lingering on the market longer than similar models from BMW and Audi. The EQS model has been unable to recreate the prestigious experience and desirability of the unparalleled Mercedes S-Class, as was highlighted by one store operator of the renowned manufacturer.

The hunt is on for Mercedes EVs to reach a higher standard with the partnership of Buc-ee’s. However, for that strategy to be a success, it is paramount that buyers are satisfied with the vehicles in the first place.

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