This year, Mercedes-Benz will get the ball rolling on the construction of its very own global charging network. It is anticipated that more than 10,000 chargers will be operational before 2030, with a primary concentration on North America, Europe, and China. The purpose is to make recharging more pleasurable, particularly for people who drive Mercedes-Benz automobiles, by providing, among other things, a more comfortable setting that is in close proximity to both food and restrooms.
The ambition of Mercedes-Benz is to provide only electric cars in those markets where it is feasible to do so before the end of the decade. Many people interested in purchasing cars will need to be persuaded to switch. One strategy for doing so is for automakers to assume control of the charging process and transform it into an activity analogous to driving the vehicle itself. As a result, Mercedes-Benz has now said unequivocally that the company will establish its network of Mercedes-Benz charging stations. Already this year, they will begin in the United States of America and Canada. By 2030, the goal is to have 10,000 chargers operational across North America, Europe, and China.
Not only should the chargers be quick (up to 350 kW), but they should also be positioned next to public restrooms and dining establishments to give a premium experience for customers. They will also have intelligent steering to ensure that each vehicle is charged to its full potential.