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Mercedes-Benz Aims for All Carbon-Neutral Cars

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May 15, 2019—Mercedes-Benz pledged on Monday to make its new passenger car fleet carbon-neutral within two decades, reported CNN.

Mercedes will slash its carbon footprint by building far fewer combustion engines. By 2030, the manufacturer aims to have all-electric models and hybrids make up more than half of its total car sales.

The company cited environmental worries as the reason behind the change and to help prevent further acceleration of climate change. 

Mercedes on Monday introduced the first of its Mercedes-Benz EQC generation of electric models.

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