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Comparison Of New MercedesBenz EQ Power PlugIn Hybrids

Combined electrical consumption (kWh/100 km)18.7 (19.1)14.518.7 (19.7)20.2-20.0 Mercedes-Benz E 300 eThe Mercedes-Benz E 300 e Saloon (combined fuel consumption 2.0 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions 45 g/km, combined electrical consumption 14.5 kWh/100 km)3 and the E 300 de Saloon and Estate (combined fuel consumption 1.6 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions 44-41 g/km, combined electrical consumption 19.7-18.7 kWh/100 km)2 are aimed at an important target group for Mercedes-Benz’s comfortable executive cars: frequent drivers who firstly attach importance to long-distance comfort but secondly want to drive with zero emissions in inner-city areas, for example. Another advantage of the Mercedes-Benz E‑Class plug-in hybrids is a high towing capacity of up to 2100 kg if required. Source: Electric Vehicle News Displacement (cc)1950199119502996 Mercedes-Benz C 300 de“The Mercedes-Benz C 300 de as Saloon or Estate (combined fuel consumption 1.6 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions 42 g/km, combined electrical consumption 19.1-18.7 kWh/100 km)2 is a particularly dynamic example of third-generation plug-in-hybrid technology from Mercedes-Benz. It is combined with the highly sophisticated OM 654 four-cylinder diesel engine for the first time in the C-Class. The system output is 225 kW/306 hp. The result is a vehicle that can cover a distance of up to 57 km (NEDC) on electric power alone with zero local emissions. What’s more, the combination of diesel engine and electric motor offers outstanding motoring comfort, exceptional pulling power and high efficiency thanks to the 9G-TRONIC 9-speed hybrid transmission. Delivery of the first models is scheduled for mid-2019. Mercedes-Benz Introduces S 560 e Plug-In Hybrid With 13.5 kWh Battery C 300 de2E 300 e3E 300 de2S 560 e2 System torque (Nm)700700700700 Figures in brackets: Estate1 Figures for electrical consumption and CO2 emissions are provisional and were determined by the Technical Service. The range figures are also provisional. The EC type approval and a certificate of conformity with official figures are not yet available. Differences between the stated figures and the official figures are possible.2 The stated figures were determined in accordance with the prescribed measuring method. These are the “NEDC CO2 figures” according to Art. 2 No. 1 Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. The fuel consumption figures were calculated based on these figures.3 Figures for fuel consumption, electrical consumption and CO2 emissions are provisional and were determined by the technical service for the certification process in accordance with the WLTP test method and correlated into NEDC figures. The EC type approval and a certificate of conformity with official figures are not yet available. Differences between the stated figures and the official figures are possible. Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on October 12, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News Number of cylinders/arrangement/type4/in-line/diesel4/in-line/petrol4/in-line/diesel6/V/petrol Rated torque of combustion engine (Nm at rpm)400 at 1600-2800350 at 1200-4000400 at 1600-2800500 at 1800-4500 Combined fuel consumption from (l/100 km)1.6-1.4 (1.6-1.5) Mercedes-Benz Presents C 300 de Diesel Plug-In Hybrid Top speed, electric (km/h)over 130over 130over 130over 130 Mercedes-Benz EQS To Top Lineup Of 130 Electrified Vehicles Mercedes-Benz S 560 eThe Mercedes-Benz S 560 e (combined fuel consumption 2.6-2.5 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions 59-57 g/km, combined electrical consumption 20.2-20.0 kWh/100 km)2 was the first model in which the technology of the current plug-in-hybrid generation made its debut. The modified components and the intelligent powertrain management’s new anticipatory functions give the customer enhanced electric performance and, last but not least, added convenience thanks to faster charging times. The efficiency of the 9G-TRONIC plug-in-hybrid transmission and a new lithium-ion battery in the luxury saloon are good for an all-electric range of up to 50 kilometres in the NEDC. The hybrid drive system in the S 560 e combines the 270 kW (367 hp) of the V6 petrol engine with 90 kW of EQ Power.” The technical data for the plug-in-hybrid models at a glance: System output (kW/hp)225/306235/320225/306350/476 All three new Mercedes-Benz EQ Power models comparedMercedes-Benz introduces a new generation of plug-in hybrids of three models signed “EQ Power”: C-Class, E-Class and S-Class, equipped with higher capacity batteries (13.5 kWh packs), 90 kW electric motor, 9G-TRONIC 9-speed hybrid transmission and depending on the version, gasoline (e) or diesel engines (de).Mercedes-Benz C 300 de (sedan or estate)Mercedes-Benz C 300 e coming laterMercedes-Benz E 300 e (sedan)Mercedes-Benz E 300 de (sedan or estate)Mercedes-Benz S 560 e (sedan)The upgrade from the previous generation will enable it to achieve higher all-electric range (of at least 50 km (31 miles) under NEDC) and lower average CO2 emission, which is important from a regulation standpoint after the move from NEDC to WLTP. Also, the performance across the board is slightly better – for example, the S 560 e can do 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.0 seconds.See Also Rated output of electric motor (kW)90909090 Total battery capacity (kWh)13.513.513.513.5 Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)5.6 (5.7) Rated output of combustion engine (kW/hp at rpm)143/194 at 3800155/211 at 5500143/194 at 3800270/367 at 5500-6000 Combined CO2 emissions from (g/km)42-38 (42-39)4544-4159-57 Top speed (km/h)250250250250 Electric range (km)up to 57 (56)50up to 54 (52)up to 50


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