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and a charging option by integrating plug-in technology. Another aspect, of
course, is production costs – but, here too, we have taken another important
step forward and are very much aware of where there is still potential
‹F.›: For whom are fuel cell cars best suited? What role do they play in
the Mercedes-Benz drive portfolio?
‹Mohrdieck›: The fuel cell drive system is particularly attractive for customers
who require a high day-to-day range and have access to hydrogen filling
stations. For vehicles in urban environments, however, an all-electric,
battery-powered drive system is currently a very good solution. The GLC
F-CELL is a major step forward for us, even though we do not yet account
for large production volumes at present. We are very much looking forward
to the feedback from our customers.
The GLC F-Cell’s two
hydrogen tanks hold
approx. 4.4 kg hydrogen
and can be filled
in just three minutes.