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Mercedes-Benz electric van to be introduced in 2022


Mercedes-Benz Van Australia is preparing for the arrival of an electric variant in 2022

Electric MB van from 2022, but eSprinter will lob in 2024

Mercedes-Benz Vans Australia is preparing to provide electric drives for all commercial van model lines. We will also add the first fully electric premium PeopleMover from Mercedes-Benz to our lineup.

It will begin in the second half of 2022 with the introduction of the medium-sized eVito panel van, eVito Tourer and EQV.

eSprinter aims to continue around 2024 when the next generation eSprinter vans are available.

MB plans to offer both traditional and battery-powered electric vans side by side, saying it is preparing to switch to electricity only in the future when customer and market demands are determined.

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Globally, Mercedes-Benz Vans systematically promotes electrification of its product portfolio with emission-free electric drives, contributing to sustainable mobility in the transportation of people and goods. The goal is a comprehensive electrical solution that not only reduces the burden on the city and the environment, but also provides real benefits to our customers.

With increasing sales of electric vehicles in Australia, van electrification is becoming an increasingly attractive proposal for light commercial vehicle operators looking to pursue sustainable practices and reduce total cost of ownership.

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Dianta, MD of Mercedes-Benz Van, states that this is a very exciting step towards a more sustainable future for Mercedes-Benz Van and its customers in Australia.

“We are confident that electric drives will become widespread in the next few years. By doing so, we will be able to prepare a strong customer-centric portfolio of appliances, which could help reduce and reduce operating costs for our customers. There is an impact on their environment. “

Full local specifications and pricing will be announced shortly after launch.

Mercedes Benz EQV technical data[1]

CO2 Emissions

0 g / km

Range (combination of WLTP)

355-356 km

Charging time at a wall box or public charging station (AC charging, 11 kW)

<10 hours (0-100%)[2]

Charging time at the quick charging station (DC charging, 110 kW)

10-80% SOC in less than 45 minutes[2]

Driving system

Front wheel drive

output

150 kW (204 hp)

Peak torque

362 Nm

maximum speed

160km / h

battery

lithium ion

Battery energy amount (installed)

100 kWh

Battery energy capacity
(Available)

90 kWh

length:

5140 mm[3]

Wheelbase

3200 mm[3]

Luggage compartment (depending on the equipment installed)

1030 liters

GVW

3500 kg

Technical data of Mercedes-Benz eVito Tourer[1]

CO2 Emissions

0 g / km

Range (combination of WLTP)

360-361 km

Charging time at a wall box or public charging station (AC charging, 11 kW)

<10 hours (0-100%)[2]

Charging time at the quick charging station:

DC charging, 110 kW

10-80% in less than 45 minutes[2]

Driving system

Front wheel drive

Output (peak)

150 kW (204 hp)

Output (period)

70 kW (95 hp)

maximum.torque

362 Nm

battery

lithium ion

Battery energy (available)

90 kWh

Battery energy
(Installation complete)

100 kWh

length

5140 mm[3]

Luggage compartment

1030 liters

Maximum speed

160km / h

GVW

3,500kg

[1] The numbers given (including declared range and torque) are based on European standards. [such as Directive No. 2017/1151/EU] And determined by testing under track and / or standardized laboratory conditions. The numbers given are intended for comparison with other Europe-based numbers and for comparisons between vehicles tested only with the same technical procedures. Real-world figures (especially consumption, range, torque) can fluctuate, including vehicle configuration, the ability to charge infrastructure capacity and supply, individual driving styles, loads, traffic, environment and road conditions. , Affected by many additional factors such as the surrounding environment. Temperature and vehicle condition.

[2] Charging time based on public direct current (DC) charging stations. It charges at a continuous rate of 110kW with a battery capacity of 10% to 80%. Charging time depends on many factors, including ambient conditions, auxiliary consumables (such as seat heating and air conditioning), the capacity of the infrastructure and the ability to charge the supply.

[3] All numbers are in millimeters. These are based only on basic European vehicles and are indicators of no-load conditions. Actual numbers and values ​​are subject to change and are subject to many additional factors such as optional equipment. Customers will need to make additional inquiries based on vehicle details in order to obtain accurate figures.

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Mercedes-Benz electric van to be introduced in 2022

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