Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz USA chief stated the automaker has not decided whether to resume offering diesel vehicles in the United States. The German automaker is yet to be approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to offer 2017 model diesel automobiles. The EPA stated in September 2015 that it would examine all U.S. diesel automobiles
Dietmar Exler, chief executive of Mercedes-Benz USA, is frequently asked why it’s taking so long to construct self-driving automobiles. It’s not technology, he informs them. That’s advancing fast. It’s not insurance and liability problems. “I do believe in lawyers,” he stated. “I’m a lawyer myself. We will solve these concerns out.” It’s not client acceptance.
Mercedes-Benz’s high-performance, AMG, anticipates to have a larger share of the marketplace in the coming years as more Mercedes-AMG versions are being produced. In due time, the firm might even develop standalone Mercedes-AMG display rooms. Tobias Moers, CEO of Mercedes-AMG asserted that international sales of AMG automobiles increased 40 % in 2015 to 68,875 automobiles.