According to many climate experts, 2020 is a year of “climate change” meaning, this is the last chance we have to get our ways of living in line with the climate policies. By 2050, many countries are expected to be submerged underwater and Bangladesh is no exception. 25 per cent of the country is likely to be completely whipped off the map unless immediate actions are taken. Many island nations like the Maldives are at risk as well. There are many positive changes among people too, as now more and more people are concerned about such probable disasters. Therefore, owning a fuel-thirsty 4×4 can be the cause of your neighbours frowning upon you.
The models having the new engines will significantly reduce fuel consumptions and therefore, CO2 emissions
Most manufacturers are coming up with various different ways to go green. Mercedes AMG is also on the same path. The G65, with a 6.0-litre V12 engine, that produces 630bhp and 1000 Nm of torque is clearly not the most fuel-efficient. As the risk of slowly becoming socially unacceptable to own such a monstrous vehicle in many environmentally concerned societies, the iconic vehicle which is also one of the longest-running models of Mercedes will soon receive a smaller 2.0-litre engine. This is estimated to produce around 300bhp and 400 Nm of torque.
The models having the new engines will significantly reduce fuel consumptions and therefore, CO2 emissions. The prices are also likely to be much cheaper than the existing models too. The other apart from that is the lower taxes and import barriers in certain countries, like China for instance. The company plans to take advantage of these benefits and tap newer markets.