MercedesBenz prices BClass FCell lease at $849 a month

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Mercedes-Benz prices B-Class lease at $849 a month


Mercedes-Benz ‘ investment of 2 billion euros ($2.73 U.S. at the current exchange into fuel-cell technology the past 15 years will be paid back by those who to dish out $849 a month three years (plus to lease the automaker’s hydrogen-fed F-Cell. In order to make the price tag seem a bit more the monthly fee includes fuel and Interestingly, Mercedes-Benz opened for the F-Cell in early October, but until just days ago to pricing.

M-B will deliver a number of F-Cells to select by the end of next month. In addition, the expects at least 70 more living in the Los Angeles and San Francisco two regions with adequate to hydrogen refueling stations, take delivery of the B-Class in 2012.

The front-wheel drive uses a 100 kW electric motor puts out an impressive 214 pound-feet of MB claims this powertrain offer performance that’s to a 2.0-liter gas-powered auto run to 60 miles per hour is estimated to under 11 seconds) while the equivalent of 54 miles per gallon to the U.S. test cycle FTP EPA-Label) and offering up to 249 miles of range between fill Impressive? You bet. However, wager that the F-Cell’s price tag is beyond the means of who might otherwise be eager to one.

[Source: Daimler]


Mercedes-Benz B-Class F-CELL: brings the latest fuel fleet to the USA

Nov 17, 2010

Right in for the Los Angeles Auto Show, is presenting the new B-Class F-CELL as the fuel cell powered car produced under series conditions in the USA. The first will be handed over to customers before the end of this In 2012 a total of around 70 of environmentally friendly cars, are being made available on a basis, will be operating on a basis in California.

California, its almost traditionally demanding and environmental regulations, is the ideal for day-to-day operation of a genuine Emission Vehicle, says Dr. Weber, member of the Daimler AG of Management responsible for Group and Development for Mercedes-Benz Cars. the model year 2011 F-CELL, Mercedes-Benz is the first to date to bring a fuel powered Zero Emission onto the roads which has certificated by the EPA (Environmental Protection and CARB (California Air Resources Dr. Thomas Weber: After than 580,000 kilometers with the A-Class F-CELL fleet in practical operation, we continue to build on our experience the latest generation of electric with fuel cell The 70 B-Class F-CELL cars in hands in California alone are than twice the size of the A-Class fleet and a further on the way to market maturity of this by 2015.

Latest generation of fuel powered vehicles

With an range of around 400 kilometres and refuelling times, the Mercedes-Benz F-CELL combines locally mobility with long-distance and compelling performance figures. The basis for the drive system of the F-CELL is the optimised, latest-generation cell system. This is 40 percent smaller than the in the A-Class F‑CELL, which has undergoing practical trials in the USA 2004, but generates 30 percent power while consuming 30 less fuel. The cold-start of the B-Class

F-CELL is down to 25 degrees Celsius.

In the current F-CELL the 100 kW/136 hp electric which develops a powerful of 290 Nm from the instant the engine to turn, delivers driving and dynamism on a par with a two-litre model. At the same time the F-CELL achieves an NEDC (New European Driving equivalent to only 3.3 litres of (diesel equivalent) per 100 kilometres. consumption according to the US test FTP combined EPA-Label (Federal Procedure) is 54 mpg.

Everyday use by customers

This concept is suitable for everyday and highly impressive: during the NHA Conference Expo in May 2010, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was I would love one of these cell powered Mercedes On the basis of market research Mercedes-Benz has chosen a representative group consisting of fleet public institutions, public and private customers. The primary aim is to further experience in day-to-day which can then be incorporated succeeding model series. The rental rate is 849 US Dollars tax, with a contractual of up to 36 months.

Fuel cell integrated into the sandwich

At the heart of the B-Class F‑CELL is the electric drive system by a fuel cell, which is powerful, safe and fully for everyday use. The fuel generates the electrical power on from a chemical reaction oxygen and hydrogen, producing pure water and zero The key drive components are located in the floor, where they are and do not take up much space, the vehicle’s interior and trunk usable. This makes the first manufacturer to produce a cell based electric system in a series-production compact Vehicle safety also from accommodation of the tanks the sandwich floor, and is at the very level to be expected of a Mercedes.

The integrated safety concept of the F‑CELL takes the specific of the innovative drive system account. The experience garnered many years by Mercedes-Benz the electric drive powered by cells from the A-Class and the high-voltage technology involving the battery from the S 400 HYBRID into honing the concept. The level of safety means Mercedes-Benz fuel cell can use underground car parks, multi-storey car or tunnels with no restrictions The vehicle configuration also in particularly safe and agile characteristics.

Operating radius 400 kilometres: filling-stations within

The hydrogen used to run the fuel is stored in three tanks at a of 700 bar. Each tank just under 4 kilograms of the fuel. The tanks are hermetically from the outside world, the escape of hydrogen into the even if the vehicle is left to for long periods. Thanks to the compression ratio, the B-Class can cover long ranges of up to 400 with the tanks full, twice as far as the A-Class F‑CELL of Once the tanks are empty, can be filled simply and quickly in than three minutes, to a standardised refuelling system.

Targeted initiatives relating to the cell

In order to further the of fuel cell powered Mercedes-Benz is involved in the California Cell Partnership (CaFCP), an of automobile manufacturers, energy government bodies and technology as well as in the newly formed Cell and Hydrogen Energy (FCHEA).

While the CaFCP is furthering the transition from a project to early commercialization of cell drive systems at all the State of California has already $27 million available towards the of a hydrogen infrastructure, with an $14 million anticipated in 2011.

are currently five public filling-stations in the greater Los Angeles with four more due to be by the end of 2010 and one more in the San Francisco Bay

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Key facts about the Mercedes-Benz F-CELL

Purely electrically vehicle with an operating of around 400 kilometres in the NEDC European Driving Cycle)

A chemical reaction between and hydrogen produces electric which is fed to an electric motor

is the only emission

The liquid-cooled battery as the energy provider has a capacity of more than 1.4 kWh

The has front-wheel drive

Designed as a family car with full suitability, the B-Class F-CELL the diesel equivalent of only 3.3 of fuel per 100 kilometres in the NEDC

Electric motor with cell

Rated output 100/136

Rated torque 290

Max. speed (km/h) 170

fuel consumption

(diesel in l/100 km) 3.3

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