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Electric Intelligence by Mercedes-Benz.
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Our revolution goes by the name of EQ.

Discover our comprehensive fleet of electric drive and plug-in hybrid vehicles.

Electric drive

B-Class

Hybrid drive

C-Class Saloon
C-Class Estate
S-Class Saloon
S-Class long-wheelbase version

Plug-in hybrid

C-Class Saloon
C-Class Estate
GLC
GLC Coupé
GLE
E-Class Saloon
S-Class long-wheelbase version

Mobility of the future.

With their EQ brand Mercedes-Benz will create an electromobile eco system for products and services.
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What about the resale value of my electric car? Particularly when it comes to the battery – does diminishing performance bring down the value so much that it's not even worth purchasing the vehicle?
A Mercedes-Benz has a high resale value. And this is also the case with the electric models. The Mercedes-Benz Battery Certificate guarantees the performance of the lithium-ion HV battery in the all-electric vehicles and the plug-in hybrid models. This has a positive effect on the resale value.
Is there any additional maintenance expenditure associated with parts of an electric drive system?
Actually, the opposite is true for all-electric drive systems as no engine oil is required and the powertrain has very few moving parts. The battery is likewise low-maintenance – apart from regular recharging, of course.
You often hear that the range of an electric (or partially electric) vehicle is reduced in cold conditions. Is there anything to this and, if so, what can be done?
It's true that the battery performance diminishes in low temperatures. But the fact remains that it is also possible to increase the range, even in winter, by adopting an anticipatory driving style, making use of the recuperation energy and using auxiliary consumers sensibly.

Electric Intelligence means: everybody gets the right drive system for them.

Electric cars are in their element in the city: Full torque from a standing start, no local emissions and practically silent driving. Plug-in hybrids can likewise operate on electric power alone in the city, be charged at home or at public charging stations, and offer the familiar convenience of short refueling times when driving long distances. Plus even here they offer exceptionally low fuel consumption. Hybrids likewise score points when it comes to fuel consumption and offer extra dynamism. Be it electric or partially electric drive: a Mercedes-Benz with electric drive is above all else a Mercedes-Benz.

The electric drive

I drive a lot, and mostly in the city. Is this also do-able with zero emissions?

Practically silent, completely emission-free: experience an all-new driving feeling with the fully electric drive system from Mercedes-Benz.

B-Class Sports Tourer B 250 e electrical consumption in combined test cycle: from 16.6 kWh/100 km[1]; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km[2].

B-Class Sports Tourer B 250 e

2.4 h1

charge time at Wallbox

230 km*

electric range

7.9 s

from 0-100 km/h

B-Class Sports Tourer B 250 e electrical consumption in combined test cycle: from 16.6 kWh/100 km[1]; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km[2].

B-Class Sports Tourer B 250 e

1The voltage and current figures indicated are based on the network infrastructure and may be limited by the vehicle. The charging times are equivalent to 20%-100% if using a Wallbox (3-phase) or a standard power outlet available on the market (1-phase).

The plug-in hybrid

I'm looking for innovations. Is Mercedes-Benz traditionally always the right place to come?

Yes. The dynamism and efficiency of an electric motor with external charging function for daily driving in the city combined with the range of an internal combustion engine: enjoy the best of both worlds with the plug-in hybrid.

C-Class 350 e Saloon electrical consumption in combined test cycle: 13.2-11.0 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 2.4-2.1 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 54-48 g/km [2].

2.4 - 2.1 l*

100 km consumption

5.9 s

from 0-100 km/h

+31 km*

electric range

C-Class 350 e Saloon electrical consumption in combined test cycle: 13.2-11.0 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 2.4-2.1 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 54-48 g/km [2].

The plug-in hybrid

I'm looking for innovations. Is Mercedes-Benz traditionally always the right place to come?

Yes. The dynamism and efficiency of an electric motor with external charging function for daily driving in the city combined with the range of an internal combustion engine: enjoy the best of both worlds with the plug-in hybrid.

C-Class 350 e Estate electrical consumption in combined test cycle: 13.8-11.7 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 2.4-2.1 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 55-49 g/km [2].

2.4 - 2.1 l*

100 km consumption

6.2 s

from 0-100 km/h

+31 km*

electric range

C-Class 350 e Estate electrical consumption in combined test cycle: 13.8-11.7 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 2.4-2.1 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 55-49 g/km [2].

The plug-in hybrid

I'm looking for innovations. Is Mercedes-Benz traditionally always the right place to come?

Yes. The dynamism and efficiency of an electric motor with external charging function for daily driving in the city combined with the range of an internal combustion engine: enjoy the best of both worlds with the plug-in hybrid.

E-Class 350 e electrical consumption in combined test cycle: 14.0-11.5 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 2.5-2.1 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 57-49 g/km [2].

2.5- 2.1 l*

100 km consumption

6.2 s

from 0-100 km/h

+33 km*

electric range

E-Class 350 e electrical consumption in combined test cycle: 14.0-11.5 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 2.5-2.1 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 57-49 g/km [2].

The plug-in hybrid

I'm looking for innovations. Is Mercedes-Benz traditionally always the right place to come?

Yes. The dynamism and efficiency of an electric motor with external charging function for daily driving in the city combined with the range of an internal combustion engine: enjoy the best of both worlds with the plug-in hybrid.

GLC 350 e 4MATIC electrical consumption in combined test cycle: 15.2-13.9 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 2.7-2.5 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 64-59 g/km [2].

2.7 - 2.5 l*

100 km consumption

5.9 s

from 0-100 km/h

+34 km*

electric range

GLC 350 e 4MATIC electrical consumption in combined test cycle: 15.2-13.9 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 2.7-2.5 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 64-59 g/km [2].

The plug-in hybrid

I'm looking for innovations. Is Mercedes-Benz traditionally always the right place to come?

Yes. The dynamism and efficiency of an electric motor with external charging function for daily driving in the city combined with the range of an internal combustion engine: enjoy the best of both worlds with the plug-in hybrid.

GLC 350 e 4MATIC Coupé electrical consumption in combined test cycle: 15.2-13.9 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 2.7-2.5 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 64-59 g/km [2].

2.7 - 2.5 l*

100 km consumption

5.9 s

from 0-100 km/h

+34 km*

electric range

GLC 350 e 4MATIC Coupé electrical consumption in combined test cycle: 15.2-13.9 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 2.7-2.5 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 64-59 g/km [2].

The plug-in hybrid

I'm looking for innovations. Is Mercedes-Benz traditionally always the right place to come?

Yes. The dynamism and efficiency of an electric motor with external charging function for daily driving in the city combined with the range of an internal combustion engine: enjoy the best of both worlds with the plug-in hybrid.

GLE 500 e 4MATIC electrical consumption in combined test cycle: 18.0-16.7 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 3.7-3.3 l/100 km; combined CO2emissions: 84-78 g/km [2].

3.7 - 3.3 l*

100 km consumption

5.3 s

from 0-100 km/h

+30 km*

electric range

GLE 500 e 4MATIC electrical consumption in combined test cycle: 18.0-16.7 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 3.7-3.3 l/100 km; combined CO2emissions: 84-78 g/km [2].

The plug-in hybrid

I'm looking for innovations. Is Mercedes-Benz traditionally always the right place to come?

Yes. The dynamism and efficiency of an electric motor with external charging function for daily driving in the city combined with the range of an internal combustion engine: enjoy the best of both worlds with the plug-in hybrid.

S-Class 500 e long-wheelbase version electrical consumption in combined test cycle: from 15.5 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 2.8 l/100 km; combined CO2emissions: 65 g/km [2].

2.8 l*

100 km consumption

5.2 s

from 0-100 km/h

+33 km*

electric range

S-Class 500 e long-wheelbase version electrical consumption in combined test cycle: from 15.5 kWh/100km [1]; combined fuel consumption: 2.8 l/100 km; combined CO2emissions: 65 g/km [2].

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The hybrid drive

Higher power, lower fuel consumption. Efficiency is important to me.

Minimum consumption and maximum dynamism with extra electrical boost: enjoy the perfect interaction between electric drive and internal combustion engine.

C-Class 300 h Salooncombined fuel consumption: 3.9-3.6 l/100 km[1]; combined CO2 emissions: 103-94 g/km[2].

+1 km*

all-electric range

6.4 s

from 0-100 km/h

3.9 - 3.6 l*

100 km consumption

C-Class 300 h Salooncombined fuel consumption: 3.9-3.6 l/100 km[1]; combined CO2 emissions: 103-94 g/km[2].

The hybrid drive

Higher power, lower fuel consumption. Efficiency is important to me.

Minimum consumption and maximum dynamism with extra electrical boost: enjoy the perfect interaction between electric drive and internal combustion engine.

C-Class 300 h Estatecombined fuel consumption: 3.9-3.6 l/100 km[1]; combined CO2 emissions: 103-94 g/km[2].

+1 km*

all-electric range

6.7 s

from 0-100 km/h

4.2 - 3.8*

100 km consumption

C-Class 300 h Estatecombined fuel consumption: 3.9-3.6 l/100 km[1]; combined CO2 emissions: 103-94 g/km[2].

The hybrid drive

Higher power, lower fuel consumption. Efficiency is important to me.

Minimum consumption and maximum dynamism with extra electrical boost: enjoy the perfect interaction between electric drive and internal combustion engine.

S-Class 300 hcombined fuel consumption: 4.8-4.3 l/100 km[1]; combined CO2 emissions: 126-110 g/km[2].

+1 km*

all-electric range

7.6 s

from 0-100 km/h

4.8 - 4.3*

100 km consumption

S-Class 300 hcombined fuel consumption: 4.8-4.3 l/100 km[1]; combined CO2 emissions: 126-110 g/km[2].

The hybrid drive

Higher power, lower fuel consumption. Efficiency is important to me.

Minimum consumption and maximum dynamism with extra electrical boost: enjoy the perfect interaction between electric drive and internal combustion engine.

S-Class 300 h long-wheelbase versioncombined fuel consumption: 4.8-4.3 l/100 km[1]; combined CO2 emissions: 126-110 g/km[2].

+1 km*

all-electric range

7.6 s

from 0-100 km/h

4.8 - 4.3 l*

100 km consumption

S-Class 300 h long-wheelbase versioncombined fuel consumption: 4.8-4.3 l/100 km[1]; combined CO2 emissions: 126-110 g/km[2].

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*Real-world figures may differ from the certified standardized figures. The real-world figures are influenced by a number of individual factors, e.g. individual driving style, environmental conditions and route conditions.

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[1] Figures for rated output and rated torque in accordance with currently applicable version of Regulation (EC) no. 595/2009.

[2] Further information about the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the 'Guidelines for fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and energy consumption of new passenger cars', which is available free of charge from all sales outlets and DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH (www.dat.de).