Mercedes achieves milestone of 25,000 eVans produced

Automotive giant Mercedes-Benz has surpassed the impressive milestone of 25,000 eVans produced, making it one of the leader providers of electric van solutions. The company’s top seller in electric vans is the eVito, followed by the eSprinter and the EQV – many of which have huge potential to be used as campervans and motorhomes by big brands and converters.

“We have a clear goal; we want to be the leading manufacturer in the field of electric vans in the long term! And for this we have an excellent starting point: At the end of 2021, we were once again the market leader in both midsize and large eVans in Europe,” said Mathias Geisen, Head of Mercedes-Benz Vans.

“We have clearly aligned our strategy to further expand this position. With the eCitan and, in the future, the EQT, we are completing our product range this year, offering eVans in all segments.”

Mathias Geisen, Head of Mercedes-Benz Vans.

Since 2010, Mercedes-Benz Vans has built up extensive expertise in the production of eVans, especially with regard to flexible production on a single production line. eVito, EQV and eSprinter run from the same production line as their internal combustion engine counterparts. This offers the advantage that the production can be adapted very precisely to the actual market needs and no additional production lines had to be set up.

With the next generation of the eSprinter, Mercedes-Benz Vans is consistently implementing its strategy and underlining its claim to leadership 'Lead in Electric Drive'. And: The course has been set for an all-electric future. By the end of the decade, the brand with the star will be ready to become fully electric – wherever market conditions permit. This means: From the middle of the decade, all newly developed vans will be exclusively electric. They are based on the fundamentally new, modular and all-electric van vehicle architecture VAN.EA.