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2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS First Look: Electric luxury to take seriously

Whenever Mercedes-Benz unleashes a new S-Class, the entire automotive industry watches in anticipation. With the impending debut of its 2022 EQS all-electric luxury sedan, meanwhile, the stakes are even higher. All eyes are on the three-pointed star to see if its newest EV can truly redefine the standards of luxury and performance in electric vehicles, and there’s plenty at stake either way.

As I planted myself in the driver’s seat, what I can only describe as a sensation of ‘seamlessness’ washed over my senses. The automatic doors are a nice touch, too, adding a sense of occasion that even the current S-Class doesn’t match. My colleagues in the auto press generally consider the 2022 EQS to be an all-electric version of the S-Class, but the reality is that the former is an entirely different car.

The cab-forward design is made possible by the absence of an internal combustion motor, but

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Volkswagen Soared Thanks to Its Electric Vehicle Push. Who’s Next?

Shares of Volkswagen (OTC:VWAGY) shot higher last week after the German automaker laid out its plan to surpass Tesla and become the world’s largest seller of electric vehicles (EVs) by 2025.

Volkswagen’s plan appears doable, and that in turn appears to have caused investors to reassess assumptions that as the automotive industry transforms the dinosaurs are destined to go extinct. From the looks of it, Volkswagen is set up well to do just fine as EVs go mainstream in the years to come.

Volkswagen isn’t the only legacy automaker laying the groundwork to be a survivor. Here’s why three Fool.com contributors believe shares of General Motors (NYSE:GM), Ford Motor (NYSE:F), and Magna International (NYSE:MGA) have the potential to get a charge due to electrification.

Illustration of an electric vehicle parked at a charging station.

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One of the biggest potential EV producers is also one of the

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All the Electric Vehicle Stocks You Can Invest in Right Now — and 3 Top Picks

The automotive industry is going electric at a frantic pace, with new companies seemingly coming on the scene daily. It can be difficult for even the most dedicated auto investor to keep up with the action.

We Fools appreciate as well as anyone how tough it can be to sort through the ever-growing list of public companies involved in electric vehicle production and support. With that in mind, we created a list of who’s who to help guide you (and us) through the sector. 

Here’s a list of the many options available to investors interested in EVs, and three stocks that Foolish contributors are keeping their eyes on as potential long-term winners. 

EV makers (or start-ups planning to make electric vehicles)

Pure-play suppliers of EV components

  • Hyliion (NYSE:HYLN) – heavy-truck drivetrains
  • Romeo Power (NYSE:RMO) – batteries for big trucks, buses, construction equipment
  • QuantumScape (NYSE:QS)
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