C-Class 350 e Saloon 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].

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The C 350 e Saloon. Top of its vehicle class once again.

Its plug-in-hybrid technology allows optimum efficiency, impressive dynamism and, thanks to the option of pre-entry climate control, hitherto undreamed-of comfort. Plus hallmark C-Class everyday practicality, of course.

Combined consumption below 2.5 l/100 km* – the C 350 e Saloon and the C 350 e Estate are the most economical of all the C-Class models. Without compromising on dynamism whatsoever: with a system output of 205 kW (279 hp) and a peak torque of 600 Nm, the C 350 e Saloon sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in under 6.0 s. The internal combustion engine alone is rated at 155 kW and 350 Nm, while the electric motor developing 60 kW and 340 Nm provides a boost in power when accelerating. Or the latter can power the vehicle on its own in the city – for up to 31 kilometers*. External charging of the lithium-ion HV battery is as fast as it is uncomplicated (approx. 90 min via Wallbox/charging station or approx. 180 min via a domestic power outlet). The pre-entry climate control creates a supreme feeling of well-being. And the C 350 e Saloon also scores highly on everyday practicality with its boot capacity of 335 liters - a highly impressive figure for plug-in hybrids. C 350 e Saloon system output: 205 kW (279 hp).

31 km*

Electric range

2.4-2.1/13.8-11.7 l/kWh*

Consumption per 100 km

55-49 g/km**

CO2emissions

A+

Energy efficiency class

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].

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The C 350 e Estate. More space and more efficiency.

Its plug-in-hybrid technology allows optimum efficiency, impressive dynamism and, thanks to the option of pre-entry climate control, hitherto undreamed-of comfort. Plus hallmark C-Class everyday practicality, of course.

Combined consumption below 2.5 l/100 km* – the C 350 e Saloon and the C 350 e Estate are the most economical of all the C-Class models. Without compromising on dynamism whatsoever: The internal combustion engine alone is rated at 155 kW and 350 Nm, while the electric motor developing 60 kW and 340 Nm provides a boost in power when accelerating. Or the latter can power the vehicle on its own in the city – for up to 31 kilometers*. External charging of the lithium-ion HV battery is as fast as it is uncomplicated (approx. 90 min via Wallbox/charging station or approx. 180 min via a domestic power outlet). The pre-entry climate control creates a supreme feeling of well-being. And the C 350 e Estate also scores highly on everyday practicality with its boot capacity of 350 liters (or 1370 liters when the rear bench seat is folded down) - highly impressive figures for plug-in hybrids. C 350 e Estate system output: 205 kW (279 hp).

31 km*

Electric range

2.4-2.1/13.8-11.7 l/kWh*

Consumption per 100 km

55-49 g/km**

CO2emissions

A+

Energy efficiency class

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].

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The E 350 e. Sophisticated design meets innovative plug-in-hybrid technology.

The first E-Class with plug-in-hybrid technology: the E 350 e combines impressively agile performance with locally emission-free motoring. Featuring a combined drive system comprising internal combustion engine and electric motor, it is a pioneer in its vehicle class.

The hybrid drive consists of a 4-cylinder petrol engine rated at 155 kW (211 hp) with a peak torque of 350 Nm supported by an electric motor with an output of 65 kW (88 hp) and a maximum torque of 440 Nm. Ideal for the city: The E 350 e can drive for up to 33 km* on electric power alone and, therefore, with zero local emissions. Outside of the city, it can reach a top speed of up to 130 km/h in electric mode. The boost function provides extra thrust. It ensures tangibly greater agility thanks to the additional torque provided by the electric motor. The E 350 e is just as quick when it comes to recharging: the lithium-ion HV battery takes 1.5 hours to recharge via a Wallbox or up to 3 hours via a domestic power outlet. The intelligent hybrid drive also helps the driver to adopt an efficient driving style. The result: ideal utilization of the range and locally emission-free driving when it is needed. The battery in the electric drive system can be charged primarily via a power outlet or Wallbox as well as in charge mode or by means of recuperation whilst driving. E 350 e system output: 210 kW (286 hp).

33 km*

Electric range

2.5-2.1/14.0-11.5 l/kWh*

Consumption per 100 km

57-49 g/km**

CO2 emissions

A+

Energy efficiency class

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].

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GLC 350 e 4MATIC: the first mid-size SUV with plug-in-hybrid technology.

The GLC 350 e 4MATIC gets the best out of any drive system: power, refinement and exceptional efficiency. The drive system combines agile driving pleasure with very low fuel consumption and locally emission-free driving.

The drive system combines agile driving pleasure with very low fuel consumption and locally emission-free driving. The GLC 350 e 4MATIC can be driven for up to 34 km* on electric power alone. With a system output of 235 kW (155 kW + 85 kW) and a system torque of 560 Nm (350 Nm + 340 Nm), it sets new standards in its segment. In all-electric mode it achieves a top speed of 140 km/h. The lithium-ion HV battery is charged by recuperation whilst driving, This improves availability of the energy required for an exceptionally efficient trip. Plus there is always enough energy remaining to generate extra torque using the boost function – for safe and swift overtaking with outstanding acceleration, for example. The GLC 350 e 4MATIC is fitted with the tried-and-tested 7G-TRONIC PLUS seven-speed automatic transmission. The lithium-ion HV battery with a capacity of 8.7 kWh (22 Ah) takes no longer than 2 hours to charge at charging stations and just over 4 hours if using a domestic power outlet. The charging mode directly controlled by you and the interior temperature can be set conveniently before starting to drive. GLC 350 e 4MATIC system output: 235 kW (320 hp).

34 km*

Electric range

2.7-2.5/15.2-13.9 l/kWh*

Consumption per 100 km

64-59 g/km**

CO2emissions

A+

Energy efficiency class

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].

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The GLC 350 e 4MATIC Coupé. The first mid-size Sport Utility Coupé with plug-in hybrid sets new standards when it comes to efficiency.

Lifestyle really can be this sporty and efficient: the GLC 350 e 4MATIC Coupécombines agile driving dynamics with low fuel consumption at an all-new level.

The GLC 350 e 4MATIC Coupé is powered by an internal combustion engine rated at 155 kW (211 hp) and 350 Nm paired with an electric drive developing 85 kW (116 hp) and 340 Nm. This setup allows locally emission-free driving for up to around 34 km* – ideal for city traffic. Outside of the city, a top speed of up to 135 km/h is possible on electric power alone. Exceptionally agile driving dynamics come courtesy of the boost effect for extra torque and the 4MATIC all-wheel drive. Things are just as quick when it comes to recharging the lithium-ion HV battery: this process takes no longer than 2 hours at charging stations and just over 4 hours via a domestic power outlet. To ensure the electric drive is utilized as efficiently as possible, the intelligent hybrid drives takes account of the road's course and the traffic situation. For you this means optimum utilization of the electric range and more efficiency. GLC 350 e 4MATIC Coupésystem output: 235 kW (320 hp).

34 km*

Electric range

2.7-2.5/15.2-13.9 l/kWh*

Consumption per 100 km

64-59 g/km**

CO2emissions

A+

Energy efficiency class

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 CO2 emissions: 84-78 g/km[2].

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The GLE 500 e 4MATIC. The first SUV with plug-in hybrid from Mercedes-Benz.

A unique combination of environmental compatibility and driving pleasure.

With a system output of 325 kW (442 hp) and a peak torque of 650 Nm, the GLE 500 e 4MATIC delivers outstanding performance. The turbocharged V6 petrol engine is rated at 245 kW (333 hp) with a peak torque of 480 Nm; the permanent electric motor develops up to 85 kW (115 hp) and a torque of 340 Nm. Alternatively the electric motor can power the vehicle all on its own – for up to 30 kilometers* and with a top speed of up to 130 km/h. The lithium-ion HV battery with a capacity of 8.7 kWh takes no longer than 2 hours to charge at charging stations or 4 hours via a domestic power outlet. Plus it is charged by recuperation whilst driving to improve availability of the required energy. Be it for exceptionally efficient driving – or for the extra torque provided by the boost function when overtaking, for example. Furthermore, with all-wheel drive and the 7G-TRONIC PLUS automatic transmission on board, the GLE 500 e 4MATIC can even tackle demanding off-road challenges. GLE 500 e 4MATIC system output: 325 kW (442 hp).

30 km*

Electric range

3.7-3.3/18.0-16.7 l/kWh*

Consumption per 100 km

84-78 g/km**

CO2emissions

A+

Energy efficiency class

* 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.

 

** The figures indicated for fuel consumption and CO2 emissions were determined in accordance with the prescribed measuring process (§2 nos.5, 6, 6a in the currently applicable version of 6a Pkw-EnVKV, the German passenger car energy consumption labeling ordinance). The figures are not based on an individual model and do not constitute part of the product offer; they are provided solely for purposes of comparison between different vehicle models.

 

 

Comfort, exceptional efficiency or sport: there are three drive modes to choose from, depending on the vehicle:

 

In the C 350 e Saloon, for example.

 

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].

COMFORT mode (C):

 

The standard setting is the balanced comfort mode with optimized fuel consumption.

Sport mode (S): 

 

In this mode the steering and – in the case of vehicles with AIRMATIC – suspension are stiffer and more sportily attuned to each other, providing more agility and dynamism, a more spontaneous throttle response and modified gear change points (for vehicles with 7G-TRONIC PLUS).

SPORT+ mode (S+):

 

In conjunction with AIRMATIC, the Sport Plus mode allows the sportiness to be increased yet further. The suspension and drive system are even more dynamically coordinated and the ECO start-stop function is deactivated.

ECO drive mode (E):

 

Designed to achieve the lowest possible fuel consumption through calmer engine response, early gear changes (with 7G-TRONIC PLUS) and modified seat heating, rear window heating and climate control. In combination with hybrid technology, the program supports the so-called "gliding" and "gliding+" modes: if the driver removes his or her foot from the accelerator, the vehicle uses its own kinetic energy and glides along the road in a fuel-saving way.

INDIVIDUAL mode (I):

 
Offers the driver the option of varying the steering, drive system and suspension as desired – between efficient, comfortable and sporty. Selection is simple and comfortable via the head unit configuration menu.

In the pre-configured drive programs too, individual parameters such as the ECO start-stop function or the vehicle height can be adjusted to personal settings. If the drive program is subsequently changed, the preset settings for each mode are restored.
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Apart from selecting a drive mode, you can use the operating mode switch to influence control of the electric motor and internal combustion engine whilst driving. Depending on drive mode, (e.g. Comfort), there are four operating modes available:

 

Hybrid: All hybrid functions such as electric mode, boost and recuperation are available and utilized automatically to ensure the lowest possible consumption, depending on the driving situation and distance.

 

E-MODE: Used for all-electric driving – e.g. in the inner city or because the lithium-ion HV battery is sufficiently charged for the remaining distance.

 

E-SAVE: The lithium-ion HV battery charge level is maintained – for all-electric driving at a later time. Electric mode is therefore only available to a limited extent.

 

CHARGE: This mode is used to charge the lithium-ion HV battery by means of the internal combustion engine whilst driving, in which case electric mode is not possible.

The route-based operating strategy comprehensively and unobtrusively helps you to adopt the most efficient driving style. It takes the decision regarding the optimum sequence of different operating modes for you by analyzing the COMAND Online navigation system's data. Once the destination has been entered, charging and discharging of the lithium-ion HV battery are controlled to ensure optimum utilization of the energy on the whole route.

 

By way of example, the route-based operating strategy ensures that the battery is as fully charged as possible when reaching cities, so that it is possible to drive on electric power alone efficiently and frequently in stop-and-go traffic. Plus, outside of cities, the route-based operating strategy allows the charge level of the lithium-ion HV battery to be optimized with respect to the remaining distance. 

The haptic accelerator helps to reduce fuel consumption and therefore also exhaust emissions. To this end, it informs the driver in two ways: If you feel a resistance point in the accelerator during electric driving in E-MODE, you have called up the maximum available electrical power. If you continue pressing the accelerator past this resistance point, the internal combustion engine kicks in.

 

The ECO Assistant uses a double pulse to signal that you should release the accelerator pedal - due to a vehicle up ahead, for example - to switch off the internal combustion engine and disconnect it from the powertrain. In this way you can avoid subsequent unnecessary braking and drive extremely efficiently.

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The one who brakes wins: during deceleration (overrun mode) and braking, the electric motor acts as an alternator and generates a braking torque on the wheels. The electrical energy generated during this process flows back into the battery and increases its charge level.

 

The optional radar-based recuperative braking system allows exceptionally effective energy recovery and therefore a longer range. The system available for the electric vehicle and plug-in hybrids uses the data from the radar sensors in the COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST PLUS system to increase recuperation - and therefore deceleration - or reduce it to zero, as required.

 

There are four recuperation levels available:

 

D+: gliding mode, no recuperation

D: moderate recuperation

D–: high recuperation

D Auto: recuperation depending on the traffic
situation

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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).

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