Fittingly, Mercedes has produced an awfully Hollywood trailer, that you will see beneath, to hype its BMW i3-fighting EV. Whereas the small print of the video are just a little laughable, like a mother and her youngsters saving a harm chicken, the video as a complete presentations a very attention-grabbing automotive certainly.
The B-Classification Electrical Drive, now not Like The BMW i3, is an electrical variant of Mercedes mid-dimension hatch. That is very Like The Sensible ForTwo Electrical Drive that makes a short cameo within the film, which, too, is an electrified variant of a gasoline-powered car.
The Entrance-wheel Pressure B-Classification Electric Drive, with a purpose to go on sale within the U.S. sooner or later throughout the spring of 2014, is powered with the help of a single Electric motor that produces 134-horsepower (100-kiliowatt) and 228 pound-toes of torque. The EV MB is rated to move One Hundred Fifteen miles on a single price and achieve 60 mph from a standstill in decrease than 10 seconds. No pricing has But been introduced for the American market. But expect to peer it clock in around the mid-$Forty,000 mark.
Very Just Like The Mercedes F-Cell we drove in California previous this 12 Months, the B-Type Electrical Power has been cleverly repackaged and includes a double-layer ground, which holds the onboard lithium-ion battery packs. because of This inside extent gainedâ€™t suffer a lot with the conversion over to Electrical.
We hope to get some first riding impressions in the back of the wheel early subsequent yr so check out once more for more info the all-new Mercedes B-Classification Electrical Power.
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