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For a small blue planet
The 124-year heritage of Mercedes-Benz is rich with evidence of our respect for the earth and its inhabitants, both in the vehicles we make and in the ways we make
them. We introduced the world’s first CFC-free car, not just in its air conditioning but throughout its entire manufacturing process. We’ve been using water-borne paints
for years, and source the wood for our interior trim from responsibly sustained forests. We’ve been pioneering advanced powertrains for generations, from today’s new
hybrid models and 50-state clean diesels to the fuel cell vehicles of tomorrow. Mercedes-Benz is also legendary for producing automobiles of extraordinary durability,
with 88% of the vehicles sold in the last 20 years — and a remarkable 75% of all the vehicles we’ve ever sold in the U.S. — still on the road.
After all, it takes virtually
the same amount of energy to build vehicles that last as ones that won’t.
Our new, more compact brochures consume fewer resources as well, starting with the recycled coated paper they’re printed on. It contains at least 10% post-consumer
waste, has earned Chain of Custody certifications from the Sustainable Forestry Initiative
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technologies that reduce both their carbon footprint and the emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into our small blue planet’s atmosphere. Caring innovation
comes from blue-sky thinking — sometimes quite literally. It’s what you can expect from the automaker who’s been sharing this planet with you for longer than anyone.
This is who we are. This is Mercedes-Benz.