Daimler Sustainability Report 2016

Daimler Sustainability Report 2016

Actively shaping the mobility revolution

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The latest figures, data and facts from the Sustainability Report 2016 were presented by Anke Kleinschmit, Head of Group Research & Sustainability and Chief Environmental Officer of Daimler AG. In 2016, our fleet consumption in China and the USA fell by seven and six percent, respectively. In spite of significant growth in demand for luxury class vehicles in Europe, we were able to maintain our level. This is because, with the individual models, it was possible to achieve sometimes very significant savings. For example, the current Mercedes-Benz E Class 220 d Estate emits (combined fuel consumption: 4.2 l/100 km; CO₂ emissions (combined): 109 g/km) a full 26 percent less CO₂over the entire life cycle than the previous model.

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