Mercedes says its new generation of electric vehicles will be based on a custom-developed architecture, which is scalable in every aspect and can be used across model series. The wheelbase and track as well as all other system components, especially the batteries, are variable thanks to the modular design. This vehicle architecture makes it possible to build Mercedes-Benz electric cars from saloons to large SUVs.
The UK’s market-leading large van has now joined Mercedes-Benz’ electric line up. Priced from £51,950 based on an eSprinter Van PROGRESSIVE L2 H2 front-wheel drive, excluding VAT and OLEV grant, the eSprinter is offered exclusively in the PROGRESSIVE trim.
The updated Mercedes-Benz E-Class Saloon and Estate are now on sale, with prices starting from £39,130 on-the-road for the entry E 200 Sport Saloon, and £41,460 for the E 200 Sport Estate. The E 200 features a 2.0-litre petrol engine with…
The new Mercedes-Benz EQV is now available to order with prices starting from £70,665 for the EQV 300 Sport, £72,895 for EQV 300 Sport Premium and £77,145 for the EQV 300 Sport Premium Plus. With seating for up to seven people, the EQV is the second Mercedes-Benz from the all-electric EQ brand.
The evolved Mercedes Vito is offered in a choice of two van models, three lengths, four engine derivatives, two transmissions and three trims. Mercedes says it offers more efficiency, more security, and more safety, and it is now available to order from £22,845 (excl. VAT), based on a Vito 110CDI PROGRESSIVE L1.
The Mercedes-Benz B 250 e plug-in hybrid is now on sale, with prices starting from £35,280, for the B 250 e AMG Line Executive. The AMG Line Premium equipment line costs £36,780, while the AMG Line Premium Plus is £38,280. The B 250 e features a 1.3-litre petrol engine, which generates 156 bhp and 170 ft lb, with an additional 100 bhp and 243 ft lb available from the electric motor. The on-board battery has a total useable capacity of 10.6 kWh, meaning the B 250 e has an all-electric range of up to 42 miles.
Mercedes’ CLA Coupé, CLA Shooting Brake and GLA will now be available with EQ Power plug-in hybrid powertrains. The CLA 250 e Coupé and CLA 250 e Shooting Brake are due to go on sale in April, while the GLA 250 e will go on sale in May. First deliveries are expected early in the summer and UK pricing and specification is still to be confirmed.
Mercedes-Benz has launched a new online showroom, making it easier for customers to find their desired car. The website shows a live stock locator, which can be narrowed down by location, and has the capability to run a finance quote which includes the retailer’s best offer on a specific car. Standalone options have been packaged together into well-equipped model lines, which means customers can compare different cars, retailers and offers to ensure they are getting the best deal.
Mercedes-Benz Vans presented the Concept EQV as a study at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2019. Now the series version of the Mercedes-Benz EQV is celebrating its debut.