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Mercedes-Benz to utilise hydrogen produced fossil-free steel from HYBRIT for prototype vehicle parts
© SSAB
Mercedes-Benz to utilise hydrogen produced fossil-free steel from HYBRIT for prototype vehicle parts
© SSAB

Mercedes-Benz to utilise hydrogen produced fossil-free steel from HYBRIT for prototype vehicle parts

Mercedes-Benz is set to use fossil-free steel, produced using hydrogen, to develop prototype parts for its vehicles.

In a statement made today (September 1), SSAB and Mercedes-Benz have agreed a new partnership to introduce fossil-free steel in vehicle production as early as possible.

The first of these prototype parts for body shells is planned for next year and, by 2039, the Mercedes-Benz new passenger car fleet will become carbon-dioxide-neutral along the entire value chain.

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