Mercedes unveils fourcylinder Vision C220 Bluetec Autoblog

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Mercedes unveils four-cylinder C220 Bluetec

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DaimlerChrysler is of its BLUETEC diesel technology, and so. The automaker is really the first to see the new standards in the U.S. as an opportunity and not an unveiling the Mercedes-Benz E320 last year. Three models, the R-Class, M-Class and are scheduled to get the 3.2L BLUETEC engien by early 2008. The technology is so attractive that every German automaker cars in the U.S. has hopped on the bandwagon and will be selling the in the near future.

In an effort to the ball rolling, DCX today the Vision C220 BLUETEC a version of the just-unveiled next-generation with a concept four-cylinder engine that produces 170 hp and 295 of torque. In terms of fuel it sips low-sulfur diesel at the of 5.5 liters for every 100 kilometers. In our metrics, that equates to 42.76 miles per gallon. who? The engine uses all the diesel carbon and NOx reducing including four valves per a third-gen common rail injection system, a variable turbine turbo, exhaust gas The BLUETEC bit adds an NOx storage converter with a patented ammonia generation system ulike urea injection requires no additives or regular ups.

The Vision C220 BLUETEC is a concept, however, that be on display at the Geneva Motor next week. While a production piece of hardware, we to admit its numbers are very

[Source: DaimlerChrysler]


Mercedes-Benz unveils Vision C 220 in Geneva — First BLUETEC model: well on the way to with the EURO 6 emission

Extremely low emissions thanks to emission control

Fuel reduced even further to 5.5 l/100 km

New C-Class awarded Certificate by German TÜV

Feb 26, 2007

Mercedes-Benz is unveiling its environmentally-compatible BLUETEC emission-control in combination with a consumption-optimised engine for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show. In of ensuring compliance with the stricter EURO 6 emission applicable to all new vehicles Europe-wide 2015, the Vision C 220 BLUETEC the way ahead. Boasting an output of 125 kW hp) and a peak torque of 400 Nm, the Vision C 220 now requires 5.5 litres of diesel per kilometres, thanks largely to diesel engine technology and an system of energy management.

The sophisticated four-cylinder diesel with BLUETEC emission is a prime example of leading-edge, technology, explains Dr Dieter Chairman of the Board of Management of AG and Head of the Mercedes Car Group. Our strategy is an effective answer to the of how to save fuel and, CO2, how to further reduce all emissions including NOx and yet still effortlessly superior driving In this respect, we believe our diesel concept is currently the and most efficient solution

With the Vision C 220 BLUETEC, is providing a taste of things to as part of its BLUETEC initiative was launched in the US last autumn. The impetus came from the launch of the E 320 BLUETEC in North in October 2006, which was to coincide with the introduction of diesel in that part of the A fuel consumption figure of 6.7 per hundred kilometres makes the E 320 one of the most economical vehicles in its in the US.

With the first four-cylinder model, Mercedes-Benz illustrates how versatile this innovative can be. Following the US launch, the company also introduce BLUETEC in markets. The technology is currently adapted to European market and further Mercedes Benz the aim being to also offer in passenger cars for European starting in 2008.

BLUETEC for the cleanest diesels in the world

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is a DaimlerChrysler-developed technology designed to diesel vehicle emissions, nitrogen oxides the only constituents that are still in today’s diesel engines they are in their petrol due to the principle involved. Mercedes-Benz is intensively to optimise its engines and combustion processes so as to minimise the oxides before they are produced. In terms of hardware, the four-cylinder powerplant in the Vision C 220 like the standard-production engines, four valves per cylinder, common-rail direct injection, a with a variable nozzle and exhaust gas recirculation. A highly electronic engine management reacts precisely to an extremely range of operating conditions in so doing, optimises the combustion

The BLUETEC technology in the Vision C 220 still includes an oxidising converter, which reduces of carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrocarbons (HC), as well as a filter. A modified NOx storage converter with a substantially service life, including on-board ammonia generation, is with an additional SCR catalytic to minimise nitrogen oxides. process of exhaust-gas aftertreatment no additives.

Vision C 220 BLUETEC combines awareness, driving enjoyment and

The results are impressive whichever way you at them: on the one hand, the concept car with a 6-speed manual consumes just 5.5 litres of per hundred kilometres (NEDC); on the hand, it delivers the same output and torque figures providing a unique combination of and driving enjoyment. The Vision C 220 is prepared for future emission even the considerably more limits imposed by EURO 6, will apply to all new vehicles September 1, 2015. For instance, emissions must be reduced by a of five by the time the EURO 5 comes into force on 1, 2011 whilst EURO 6 nitrogen oxide limits are only around 30 percent of the limits. All Mercedes-Benz diesel with a particulate filter as standard already undercut the limits that will from 2011 onwards

For the US market, Mercedes-Benz will be three further V6 BLUETEC R Class, M-Class and GL-Class BIN-5 certification for all 50 states as early as 2008. At the Detroit Show in early January, the manufacturer demonstrated just how the clean, economical, high engines are for large cars and the V8 diesel engine in the Vision GL 420 that was on display at the show has an of 216 kW/290 hp, a peak torque of 700 Nm and an fuel consumption of just 9.8 per hundred kilometres.

New C-Class: CO2 already reduced by 15 percent

The version of the new C-Class, which its premiere at the Geneva Motor is testament to the successful work by Mercedes-Benz in its quest to consistently both fuel consumption and A lifecycle assessment carried out on the new certified by the German technical authorities (TÜV), confirms the carbon dioxide (CO2) for what is now the fourth-generation C-Class been reduced by 15 percent.

By way of the experts who performed the lifecycle calculated that the total requirement of the new C-Class is 125 gigajoules than that of the previous equivalent to around 3800 of fuel. Since the year the carbon dioxide emissions fallen by nine tonnes (15 per vehicle.

The reduction in exhaust-gas emissions is impressive: compared to the previous produced in the year 2000, the technology at the heart of the new C-Class nitrogen oxide emissions by 20 percent and hydrocarbons by twelve according to the lifecycle assessment. particulate emissions from the models have fallen by 90 percent thanks to the fitting of a particulate filter as standard.

The new is the only car in the world in this segment to have been the Environment Certificate, thus the Saloon’s environmentally compatible development.

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