- Coming Soon: Plug-in Diesel Hybrid in The C and E Class
- THE ANTICIPORY VEHICLE
- Performance According to the Driver’s Wishes: Four Hybrid Operating Modes
- Diesel, Latest Version: Om 654
Two New Mercedes-Benz Pre-Series Models Are Making Their Debut at the Geneva Motor Show, Combining The Discredited Diesel Technology with the 9g-Tronic 9-speed hybrid transmission. Like The S 560 E, The Future Plug-in Diesel Hybrids In The C And E Class Will Use Third Generation Hybrid Technology. Delivery of the First Models is Planed for Late Summer 2018. The Company Is Currently Preparing For The Series Production Of The New Plug-in Hybrid And Is Taking The Last Important Steps With Its Engineers On The Way To The Start of Production.
Plug-in Hybrids ARE A TRANSITIONAL TECHNOLOGY ON THE WAY TO THE LOCALLY EMISSION-FREE FUTURE OF THE MOBILE. They Offer Customers The Advantages of Two Worlds: In The City They Drive Purely Electrically, and on Long Journey’s Benefit from the Range of the Combustion Engine. Mercedes-Benz wants NOW Combine A Four Cylinder Diesel With A Hybrid Drive For The First Time.
Since Plug-in Hybrids Show Their Strengths Particularly in Larger Vehicles and Mixed Route Profiles, Mercedes-Benz Is Currently Using This Drive Concept from the C-Class Upwards. The Modular Hybrid Concept from Mercedes-Benz Offers An Important Advantage in The Hybrid Offensive: With A Scalable Structure, IT Can Be Transferred to A Large Number of Series and Body Versions AS Well AS Left Hand and Right Hand Drive Variants in Vehicles with Rear Wheel Drive. Hybridization Makes The Combustion Engine More Efficient and So Offers More Dynamics and Driving Pleasure.
Coming Soon: Plug-in Diesel Hybrid in The C and E Class
A Highlight Regarding Technology and Efficiency Promises Daimler to A Message With the New Plug-in Hybrid Diesel in The Mercedes-Benz C and E-Class. The Combination of the New OM 654 Four Cylinder Diesel Engine With The Latest Generation 9-Speed Hybrid Transmission 9G-Tronic Promises to Increase The Experience of Locally Emission Free Mobility While At The Same Time Offering Emotional Driving Pleasure. 90 kW Electrical Output, An Additional Electrical Torque of 440 NM and An Electrical Range of Around 50 km in The Nedc Are the Planned Parameters.
In The Third Hybrid Generation, This is so Made Possible by the New Lithium Ion Battery, Which Stores 13.5 kWh of energy. The New Onboard Charger Doubles The Charging Power from 3.6 kW to 7.2 kW. In A Wall Box, The Empty Battery Is Fully Charmed Again After Two Hours. AT A Standard Household Socket, This Can Be Done Within Approx. Seven hours.
THE ANTICIPORY VEHICLE
The Third Generation Hybrid Technology Supports The Driver With Intelligent Drive Management. Through The Extended Use of Data From The Navigation System And Information From The Camera And The Radar Sensor, The Hybrid Vehicles Look Far Ahead Of The Driver’s Field Of Vision And Adjust To The Speed And Route Profile Depending On The Situation. Events Such AS Driving Through Town On The Way To The Destination Are So Taken Into Account Whhen Planning The Available Electrical Energy, When Recuperating and Thermally Conditioning The Drive Components.
In General, The Haptic Accelerator Pedal Supports The Driver in An Economical and Comfortable Driving Style. For example, a variable pressure point in The Pedal Indicates to the Driver The Maximum Available Electrical Driving Performance. IF THE DRIVER PRESS THE PRESSURE POINT, THE COMBUSTION ENGINE SWITCHES ON. Furthermore, The Driver Receives A Recommendation to Release The Accelerator Pedal Through A Noticeable Counter Pressure in The Haptic Accelerator Pedal. IF The Driver Follows The Recommendation, The Combustion Engine is Switched Off and decoupled from the Drive Train.
Within The System Limits, The Eco Assistant Regulates The Overrun According To The Situation As Soon As The Driver Takes His Foot Off the Accelerator. So Receives a Visual Reminder To Do This: A “Foot Off The Accelerator” Symbol Appears in The Central Display (OR, IF Available, in The Head-Up Display). At The Same Time, A Graphic Shows The Driver The Reason for the Recommendation (E.G. “InterSection Ahead”, “Slope Ahead”).
In Order to Increase The Driver’s Motivation to Follow The Recommendations of the Eco Assistant, The On-Board Computer Records How Many Kilometers / How Much Time Of A Journey HE Has Driven With The Engine Switched Off and Shows This on the Central Display. The Reward Is Not Only Reduced Consumption, But BUT AN INCREASED ELECTRIC RANGE.
Performance According to the Driver’s Wishes: Four Hybrid Operating Modes
Depending on the Driver’s Wishes, Four Operating Modes Can Be Preselected. Thesis Are:
Hybrid: Standard Setting, All Functions Search as Electric Driving, Boost Operation and Recuperation Are Available and Are Used Depending On The Driving Situation and Route
E-Mode: Electric Driving in The City Center, for Example. The Gas Pedal Signals The Pressure Point When The Combustion Engine is started
E-SAVE: The Charter Battery Is “Saved” in Order to Be Able to Drive Purely Electrically Later
Charge: The Battery Is Charged While Driving.
Diesel, Latest Version: Om 654
The New Plug-in Diesel Hybrids In The C And E Class Will Share The New Four Cylinder OM 654 Diesel Engine. The Current Engine Family Is Intended to Open Up New Dimensions of Efficiency, According To Daimler. All Components Relevant For Efficient Emission Reduction ARE Installed Directly On the Engine. Due To The Arrangement Close To The Engine, The Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment Has A Low Heat Loss And Better Working Conditions Than With Predecessor Engines.
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