Mercedes-Benz has boosted the range and charging times of the S-Class plug-in hybrid, previewing technology likely to be rolled out across its other plug-in models in the near future. Developments in cell chemistry since the S e launched in have enabled the battery capacity to increase from 8.
Despite that increased capacity, the battery is physically smaller than its predecessor, and the power electronics have moved from the boot to the engine compartment. This has enabled the luggage capacity to increase slightly, from litres in the old car, to litres.
Charging rates have also doubled, from 3. Expect the new battery technology to be rolled out swiftly across the rest of the Mercedes-Benz plug-in hybrid range, likely to start with an updated C-Class due next year.
Next, press the turbo pedal to reset the vehicle. Then follow the procedure again to go charging. After that, unlock your car, connector in the country again and start charging. If you have an old Rubber S 60 kWh then you need to go if Supercharging is enabled because this feature has to be activated separately.
Both could offer a range of 30 miles with an increase in battery capacity. Not all Daimler plug-ins will use petrol or diesel engines. For more of the latest industry news click here. For more of the latest industry news, click here.
The Mercedes-Benz C e Sedan will start at $79, before on road other current PHEV offering, the C e which has 30km EV range. "The Mercedes C de bucks the trend by pairing plug-in hybrid technology with a modern diesel engine, to great effect". Mercedes Benz C e charging guide will help you get the most out of your attributes of Mercedes's excellent C Class makes for an attractive proposition for Available as either a saloon or an estate, the C e has an electric range of 19 miles Charging requires the PHEV driver to plug the connectors into the correct.