Daimler’s Mercedes has announced it will have additional new plug-in hybrids in production starting later this year. The plug-ins are to be produced at the automaker’s Alabama plant in Tuscaloosa. Car Scoops reports that the hybrid vehicles are likely the plug-in versions of Mercedes next-generation SUVs, potentially the next-gen GLE.
The Tuscaloosa plant has seen additional investment by Mercedes in recent years, with the automaker expected to invest an additional $1 billion in the near future. The investment will aid in the creation of an additional 600 jobs at the plant. Read more.