Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes 2022 S-Class Plug-in Hybrid review

Starting at $123,000+, the S 580e is the first S-Class to feature a plug-in hybrid system. The vehicle delivers an electric output of 110kW and has a standard 11kW and a fast-charging 60kW charger on board. The s 580 e comes packed with new comfort and safety features such as adaptive rear compartment lighting and automatic seat belt feeders. Read…

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Mercedes AMG 63 S E Performance Hybrid enters production

Mercedes will begin production of its first performance hybrid, the AMG 63 S E Performance. Powering the car is a 4L V8 bi-turbo engine housed in the front and a 150kW electric motor and battery housed in the rear; both combine to give the car a total output of 831hp. The AMG 63 S E Performance hits 60mph in 2.9…

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Details released for Mercedes-AMG PHEVs

Mercedes released two new plug-in hybrid powertrains for its AMG performance car division. The more powerful drivetrain, which can deliver more than 804 hp, will feature an updated twin-turbocharged 4L V-8 engine coupled with an electric motor; the second drivetrain will feature an updated turbocharged 2L inline-4 engine coupled with an electric motor. In both powertrains, the electric motor will…

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Next gen. AMG C63 to be a hybrid

Last month, Mercedes confirmed the rumors that the next C63 will be a plug-in hybrid. The new C63 will be available for sale by the end of this year or in early 2022. The car’s powertrain will consist of an inline-4 and three motor-generators combining to deliver 550 horsepower. Initial estimates reveal the C63 can do 62mph in 3.5 seconds!Read…

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Mercedes S-Class PHEV’s 62 miles of all-electric range

Mercedes has confirmed the all-electric range of the plug-in hybrid version of its new S-Class model will be 62 miles (100km). This stat puts the new S-Class PHEV from Mercedes near the top of the list for all-electric range from PHEVs. Details are scarce, but Inside EVs has a round-up. Read more.

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Mercedes focuses on PHEVS: 20 models by the end of 2020

Mercedes is putting plug-in hybrids at the center of its lineup, calling the vehicles “key bridging technology” on the way to a more fuel-efficient future. Green Car Reports notes in a new article that Mercedes will expand its PHEV offerings to its compact models, alongside its larger-vehicle PHEV lineup. Though Mercedes will have twenty plug-ins in its lineup by the…

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