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Customers who buy Mercedes-Benz cars may have to wait more than 1 year to receive their cars

The reason why Mercedes-Benz had to extend the delivery time to customers was the lack of semiconductor chips.

After the Covid-19 pandemic, the auto industry continued to suffer because of a shortage of semiconductor chips. Taking place since the beginning of this year, the global semiconductor chip crisis has caused most automakers to fall into production shutdown. There are car companies that have to temporarily close a series of factories around the world for a while because of a lack of semiconductor chips like Toyota. Meanwhile, other companies such as Mercedes-Benz have to face the problem of extending the time it takes to deliver cars to customers.

Talking to a reporter for Germany’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper, Ola Kallenius, CEO of the Daimler group that currently owns the Mercedes-Benz brand, confirmed that the waiting time for customers to receive their cars can be extended to more than 1 year.

“There is a lot of demand for Mercedes-Benz cars but unfortunately there are serious limitations,” Kallenius told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. “For some models, the waiting time to receive the car will be longer than we would like. In some cases, it can be longer than a year.”

In addition, in an interview with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reporter, Mr. Kallenius reiterated what was mentioned earlier. Specifically, according to Mercedes-Benz and BMW, the global semiconductor chip crisis could last until 2023 as an impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, the impact of this crisis will be less severe next year.

In August, Mercedes-Benz announced that it would discontinue nearly all of its V8-powered models in the US market. The reason for this decision was initially attributed to the disruption of the global supply chain. However, Mercedes-Benz recently confirmed that the discontinuation of V8 models was due to quality problems, not supply chain.

More importantly, although the 3-pointed star brand is promoting electric cars with clear evidence of the lineup participating in the Munich Motor Show 2021, Philipp Scheimer, head of the Mercedes-AMG division, affirmed. determined in an interview that their V8 cars will continue to be on the market for about 10 years because of the high demand from customers in the global market.

Not only Mercedes-Benz, but some other automakers also have to extend the time to receive customers’ cars because of the lack of semiconductor chips. A typical example is Toyota with an expected delivery time of Land Cruiser 2022 to customers up to 4 years. In September, Toyota had to cut up to 40% of production at factories in Japan. Among the affected Toyota models, the Land Cruiser 2022 is the heaviest. Toyota had to stop the Land Cruiser 2022 assembly line in Japan for a month.

According to Toyota dealers in Japan, the worst-case scenario is that the 2022 Land Cruiser delivery time may be extended. Versions that are ordered by many people will have a waiting time to receive the car about 2-3 years. Meanwhile, customers ordering ZX and GR Sport versions may even have to wait up to 4 years. These two versions alone currently account for about 90% of orders for Toyota Land Cruiser 2022 in Japan.

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