News Geneva begin to slip through our hands and as the hunt, I teach in the Diariomotor. The commitment of Mercedes in prototype form called Mercedes Concept V-ision e and shows the paths that might follow the Mercedes Class V in the near future. The executive van market with more class will also be the most powerful and efficient with plug-in hybrid system 333 hp combined inside her power. This should allow the van consumption of less than 3.0 l / 100 km, a large electric range and performance worthy of a much lighter and sportier vehicle. No sound bad.
plug-in hybrid motorization for good performance and ridiculous consumption
uses the same plug-in hybrid system that we have seen in the Mercedes C to 350 Plug-In Hybrid.
The Mercedes Concept V-ision and uses the same powertrain of Mercedes C to 350 Plug-In Hybrid. This means that uses a gasoline engine of two liters and 211 hp, while the electric motor developing 90 kW. The 340 Nm electric motor join 350 Nm petrol engine with a combined torque of 600 Nm and system power of 333 CV . With such stable under the hood – and despite weighing two tons – the Mercedes Concept V-ision and is capable of accelerating to 100 km / h in just 6.1 seconds . Figures worthy of a GTI a few years ago, supplementing with a tip of 206 km / h and approval consumption of 3.0 l / 100 km.
Its carbon dioxide emissions are only 71 g / km, and is capable of traveling up to 50 km in 100% electric mode , provided they do not exceed 80 km / h. For city use, this is seen as sufficient, and there is always a cushion of internal combustion for higher performance or intercity use. It will feature several driving modes (Hybrid, E-Mode, E-Save and Charge) that the driver can select with a roulette as needed. It is proposed as an ideal type of vehicle you spend much time in the cities, traffic jams and waiting areas of airports solution because right now is the leading executive transport van.
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