Japan's first Mercedes EV showroom opened

Japan is home to Mercedes-first Benz's electric car dealership. It was created in Yokohama and has 1,221 square meters for presenting up to seven electric automobiles, a vehicle handover area, and three CHAdeMO chargers.

Pictures from the showroom show the EQA, EQC, EQE sedan, and EQS, including the AMG variant. Two floors house the exhibition. Test drives are available. Five cars fit in the workshop.

The location features vehicle-to-home equipment. This allows the structure to receive electricity from electric car batteries, perhaps for demonstration purposes. Mercedes' e-cars in Japan employ the bidirectional CHAdeMO standard.

Yokohama's "EV exclusively" dealership is Mercedes-EQ. The Stuttgart-based company cites "additional expansion in the market for electric vehicles in Japan" to justify the move.

However, BEV uptake in Japan is minimal. Domestic manufacturers like Nissan lead the completely electric car market. The Japan Automobile Importers Association (JAIA) reports that importers' electric sales are also rising.

For the first time, more than 10% of imported cars were totally electric in November, with 2,357 foreign-brand electric cars.

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