Mercedes-Benz, a well-known German automaker, recently introduced new electric cars at the IAA Mobility event in Munich. These cars are designed to perform better than Tesla’s models, offering a range of more than 466 miles on a single charge, surpassing Tesla’s top-performing vehicles, which can go about 380 miles. Mercedes-Benz displayed various models at the exhibition, including a sedan, a wagon, and two SUVs. While the exact release date is uncertain, these cars are poised to transform the electric car market by surpassing Tesla’s Model 3 and Model S, known for their 375-mile range. Another major car manufacturer, BMW, also unveiled its new electric car, called the Vision Neue Klasse. This car will have a longer range and faster charging. BMW is using advanced batteries that can store 20% more energy, enabling them to charge 30% faster and travel farther compared to their previous electric vehicles. We can anticipate the release of this car in 2025, underscoring the commitment of German car companies to lead the way in the electric vehicle industry.