Mercedes-Benz 2017 News: Brand Will Only Manufacture Seven Cars, Which Are They?

Oct 28, 2016 08:50 AM EDT | Leian N.

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Mercedes-Benz 2017 production volume would only include six cars. As was recently announced by the company, instead of eight, they would cut back two models as compliance to a reduction imposition. Which cars will make it in the market?

Audi and BMW have also been compelled to cut back on the production of vehicles for the upcoming year as was manifested by negotiations set forth by DTM manufacturers. Recently, Mercedes-Benz 2017 production values have also been deemed to reduce by 2017 as well.

Why The Reduction?

It was initially announced by 2017 DTM manufacturers that for next year, six cars would be sufficient for the company as they had been investigated and served with implementation scenarios, according to Motor Sport.

Although the Mercedes-Benz 2017 production reduction decision was contested by the company last year since they were only made to create four cars by primary team HWA, two by Mucke, and two by Art Grand Prix, this year would only be handled by HWA. As was manifested by Ulrich Fritz, the company is not happy about having to let go off ART Grand Prix and Mucke Motorsport, it felt that DTM could suffice for next year's batch.

What Would Remain To Be Produced?

In other news, the company has also been reported to have shifted its future home for electric vehicles for next year. Which means the company would continue to create its Mercedes-Benz electric vehicles to be based in Bremen.

The said models would be those installed with the EQ concept including the electric SUV. They were said to create 10 electric vehicles by 2025 and would be made available for purchase all over the world, according to Auto Blog.

Furthermore, Mercedes-Benz 2017 production would also include the two Concept X-Class models which were previewed in Stockholm, Sweden last Tuesday. The said vehicles would be flat-bed 4X4 models which will be based on the Nissan Navara platform and part of the Mercedes-Benz and Renault-Nissan tie-up, according to the Daily Mail.

It has been decided that Mercedes-Benz 2017 production would include electric vehicles and those that would cater to the two Concept X-Class.

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