Technology

  • Stuttgart/Stockholm, Sep 4, 2018 - It was at the 2016 Paris Motor Show that Mercedes Benz first presented its new product and technology brand for electromobility. In mid-2019 the time has now come: The EQC is the first Mercedes-Benz vehicle to be launched under the EQ brand.
  • (combined power consumption: 22.2 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km*, provisional figures)2; [2] Figures for power consumption and CO2 emissions are provisional and were determined by the German Technical Service corporation. The range figures are also provisional. EC type approval and conformity certification with official figures are not yet available. There may be differences between the stated figures and the official figures.
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  • Mainz / Stuttgart , Jul 10, 2018 - Daimler Buses is headed to the IAA Commercial Vehicles in September with a veritable cornucopia of premieres. The world premiere of the all-electric Mercedes-Benz eCitaro city bus starts an innovation initiative for electric mobility in cities.
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  • Stuttgart, Mar 21, 2018 - The potential of fuel cell technology, and of hydrogen for energy storage, is beyond question. Hydrogen plays a major role in the discussion of ways in which to reach worldwide climatic targets.
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  • Stuttgart/Las Vegas, Jan 5, 2017 - The presence of Mercedes-Benz and smart at the CES show in Las Vegas is dominated by a new corporate strategy, known as CASE. The world's largest consumer electronics show, from 5 to 8 January 2017, sees the display of products and concepts relating to the four strategic pillars "Connected", "Autonomous", "Shared & Service" and "Electric Drive".
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  • Stuttgart, Jun 23, 2008 - In October 2006, Mercedes-Benz was the first manufacturer to commence a BlueTEC initiative in the passenger car segment which was timed to coincide with the introduction of low-sulphur fuel in the United States of America. The E 320 BlueTEC proved a great success from the outset, and was voted "World Green Car of the Year 2007". As a next step, Mercedes-Benz is now due to offer the R, ML and GL 320 BlueTEC in the USA, the world’s first three diesel cars which not only meet the particularly demanding criteria of the American Bin 5 standard, but also have the potential to fulfil the stringent EU6 standard due in the future - and which therefore considerably better all the current, worldwide exhaust emission standards for diesel passenger cars.
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