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Mercedes-Benz on the road to zero-emission

CO 2 saving at full speed

– Consumption and emissions reduced, enjoyment increased – working to principle, Mercedes-Benz is continuously the efficiency of all of its models, thereby fuel for the customer and sparing the a significant amount of impact emissions. As a result, the brand is the most efficient in the premium and has set the benchmark in many vehicle with regard to consumption and levels.

In terms of specific more than 50 Mercedes-Benz emit less than 120 g CO 2 and more than 100 models the energy efficiency label A+ or A. at this year’s IAA international show in Frankfurt, Mercedes-Benz the S 500 PLUG-IN HYBRID, which just 69 g CO 2 /km – an optimum value until recently was considered

In 2013 the average CO 2 emissions of the European new car fleet produced by Cars had, by November already fallen to 134 g/km.

has been working intensively the very outset on reducing the consumption of its vehicles while at the time increasing performance – for levels of driving pleasure and safety reserves.

With an for the fleet of 134 g/km the Stuttgart-based manufacturer has succeeded in repeating its reduction in CO 2 output in 2013 This corresponds to a reduction of than 40 percent compared 1995 and is the largest of all premium car

“In 2012 our CO 2 fleet output was 140 We have now undercut this by a further 6 grammes. And one thing is – we will strive to reduce our CO 2 on a continual basis.

Ultimately we set ourselves the ambitious target of an average CO 2 fleet output g CO 2 /km by 2016″, explains Professor Weber, Daimler Board responsible for Group Research and Cars Development.

In terms of consumption, this means overall the petrol and diesel of Mercedes-Benz Cars currently an average of around 3.5 to 4 litres per 100 km than at that time.

in terms of an average annual of 15,000 kilometres, this to an annual saving of significantly than one tonne of CO 2 . or almost 600 of fuel per newly registered Environmental awareness therefore has benefits for the wallet too.

power, less thirst

modern engines are tuned for efficiency, for technical reasons performance also increases at the same time. For example, in the E 200 consumed 8.2 litres per 100 kilometres in the cycle which was still at that time (corresponding to litres according to NEDC), an output of 100 kW (136 hp).

By way of over the same distance the E 200 consumes 5.8 litres (NEDC and has an output of 135 kW (184 hp).

The efficiency rating is even for the diesel engines: in 1995 the E 220 consumed 6.6 litres in the Euro-Mix (corresponding to approx.

7.2 litres to NEDC) and had an output of 70 kW (95 hp).

The E 220 BlueTEC BlueEFFICIENCY Edition a consumption of 4.4 litres of diesel per 100 (NEDC combined) and a peak of 125 kW (170 hp).

At the same with emissions of 114 grammes of CO 2 per the E 220 BlueTEC BlueEFFICIENCY not only achieves an optimum in its segment, but also already with the future Euro 6 standard and is consequently classified in the efficiency class, namely A+.

superior performance, it is also that ecology and temperament can go in hand. The efficient saloon from 0 to 100 km/h in 8.4 and reaches a top speed of 227 km/h.

The E 300 Hybrid emits even CO 2 . It combines a 150 kW four-cylinder diesel with a 20 kW electric motor and on consumes just 4.1 litres of (NEDC combined), which to CO 2 emissions of 107 grammes per kilometre.

is also optimising efficiency in vehicle classes too. For the A 180 BlueEFFICIENCY emits just 92 g of CO 2 per – around 24 percent less its predecessor. And the GLA 220 CDI 4MATIC boasts for a four-wheel drive vehicle is an figure of 129 grammes per kilometre, and as is the best in its class.

Best in class – the S-Class as a litre” car

With the S 500 PLUG-IN Mercedes-Benz is setting new benchmarks in of efficiency. At 69 grammes of CO 2 per kilometre to 3.0 litres of fuel per 100 km according to the hybrid model presented at the IAA motor show in Frankfurt a record level of consumption for saloons which until was considered to be impossible.

Its powerful 80 kW drive with externally battery makes emission-free possible over a range of 30 kilometres. It is combined with a V6 turbo engine with an of 245 kW.

As such the most economical model ever completes the from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.5 seconds, and a top speed of 250 km/h.

In addition, other models from the GLA, C-Class, E-Class, S-Class, GLK and the have also achieved in class” status. In total, 23 models from Mercedes-Benz lead the field in their segment when it comes to Mercedes-Benz Cars offers a of more than 50 models less than 120 g CO 2 /km.

The label classification system, as commonly applied to household and, since December also designed to make a car easier, serves to highlight the position of the Mercedes brand.

Currently some 86 models Mercedes-Benz Cars bear the “A” while a further 20 have earned the “A+” label. And is a trend which is on the increase.

technology for significant savings in consumption conditions

With the on real-world consumption, the world’s automotive manufacturer is also investing in measures which, having no effect on reducing as measured in the NEDC cycle, do in bring about quite savings when it comes to customer operation.

One such is vehicle aerodynamics, for example. from a speed as low as 60 km/h, resistance reaches such a that it can have a significant on fuel consumption.

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The scale to measure this is the Cd value. A of this value by 0.01 into one gramme less of CO 2 /km in the cycle (NEDC), while in real-world consumption conditions it can to two grammes, and at 150 km/h even as as five grammes of CO 2 per kilometre.

is setting the pace in the field of and delivers cars with the values in almost all vehicle Current examples include the CLA boasts the world’s best C d for a series production vehicle of and the new S-Class with a C d value of

When it comes to compact too, such as the new A-Class C d 0.26), coupés such as the Coupé (2010, C d 0.24), such as the E-Class (2009, C d sports cars such as the SL C d 0.27) and SUVs such as the (2011, C d 0.32), vehicles in segments have never achieved such low C d figures.

With the GLA, yet another series is set to become the leader in its with respect to aerodynamic It has a C d value of 0.29. These show that exciting, design and high aerodynamic need not be contradictory concepts.

making a contribution to the increase in are the engines and drive systems. include the four, six and eight-cylinder petrol engine family a lean burn process stratified charge operation, controlled multiple injection as as “rapid multi-spark ignition”

Mercedes-Benz diesel engines, represent the pinnacle of technological with their fourth-generation rail technology.

Mercedes-Benz both petrol and diesel with on-demand controlled equipment, such as oil and coolant for example, and also fuel-efficient such as power steering and the ECO system.

Given that the seven-speed automatic transmission makes a significant contribution to the use of fuel, then the first automatic transmission with converter for premium vehicles, the is all set to enhance efficiency even

It recently celebrated its world in the E 350 BlueTEC, helping to reduce fuel consumption of the six-cylinder engine, with an output of (252 hp), to 5.3 litres per 100 (CO 2 emissions of 138 g/km).

Investments in green technology

To on-the-road consumption in everyday use Mercedes-Benz is continually developing new such the “energy-transparent vehicle” tool for example.

Using its 300 measurement points, Mercedes-Benz engineers are able to carry out a and meticulous examination of the flow of throughout the vehicle (tank to

This enables them to the energy efficiency of even the minute component and therefore improve the overall efficiency of vehicles.

“Every year, we around six billion euros in the and development of our passenger car models, around half of that being invested in green

That investment is paying We have made a giant forward in the area of CO 2 emissions in and have achieved this in all segments”, explains Prof. Weber.

“Our specifications for new models include a number of designed to reduce consumption such as in the areas of lightweight or aerodynamics for example”.


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