MercedesBenz cut fleetwide emissions by 4 3 percent last year

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says it reduced its fleetwide emissions by 4.3 percent last Of course, the German automaker has 29 percent to go to meet the European 2020 mandate. But who’s

Mercedes’ luxury and sports car has made it a relative laggard it comes to increasing fleetwide but the company did reduce emissions 140 grams of CO2 per kilometer to 134 last The company’s fleetwide fuel (calculated using the lenient standard) was 5.4 liters per 100 kilometers, equals about 44 miles per and represents a 25-percent jump 2007.

Benz has come a way from its gas-swilling V8 tanks of the In fact, the company said its top in the fuel-efficiency sense, was the diesel-powered CDI BlueEfficiency Edition, which 3.8 liters per 100 kilometers. That about 62 mpg (again, on the lenient

The company got some additional press by revealing that Kretschmann, Minister-President of the German of Baden-Württemberg, drives a Mercedes-Benz BlueTEC Hybrid. Not exactly a Leaf. mind you, but a start, as is the company’s efforts to its fleetwide emissions ever to the 95g CO2/km level that the EC is by 2020. Take a look at press release below .

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Minister-President of the State of Baden-Württemberg, Winfried (left), with Prof. Dr. Weber (right) and a Mercedes-Benz S 300 BlueTEC HYBRID

Fleet consumption for Mercedes-Benz Cars to 134 g CO2/km: Top efficiency figures in all classes

Stuttgart, Apr 08, 2014

for the environment and customers: In almost all classes, Mercedes-Benz offers the efficient vehicle in the competitive Moreover, in 2013 the company was to reduce the fuel consumption and CO2 of the Mercedes-Benz Cars EU new vehicle by a further six grams, to 134 g CO2/km. means that in 2013, the fleet consumption was 5.4 litres/100 km a by 24.7 percent since

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At present the company offers than 50 models emitting than 120 g CO2/km and 71 models less than 130 g CO2/km. can find vehicles in the Mercedes-Benz range that consume less fuel than models.

With our model we want to be the leading premium by 2020 again, says Thomas Weber, Member of the of Management of Daimler AG, responsible for Research and Development Mercedes-Benz Thanks to our technology initiative, we already achieved it in terms of in almost all segments, we offer our vehicles with best-in-class

Top politicians in Germany are also becoming the most fuel conscious customers. In a survey by the environmental organisation Umwelthilfe[2], was conducted for the eighth time and on 24 March, 228 top politicians provided about the CO2 emissions, fuel and engine power of their cars. It was Mercedes-Benz that the most environmentally friendly both at federal minister and state president level. For the first time a state (Winfried Kretschmann, Baden-Württemberg) was the green card by ‘Umwelthilfe’. He a Mercedes Benz S 300 BlueTEC with CO2 emissions of 115 g CO2/km.

examples of efficiency champions Mercedes-Benz in the individual vehicle The B 180 CDI BlueEfficiency Edition consumes 3.8 km (98 g CO2/km), the GLA 200 CDI 4.3 l/100 km (114 The new C-Class is also the clear in its segment: As the C 220 BlueTEC consuming 4.0 km (103 g/km), it is well of its competitors, who moreover have powerful engines. And there are C-Class models to come: The C 180 and the C 200 BlueTEC consume only 99 of CO2 emissions (preliminary figures). The in the form of the E 300 BlueTEC HYBRID l/100 km; 107 g/km) is not only the most economical executive car, for amongst the diesel the E 220 BlueTEC BlueEFFICIENCY Edition 4.4 l/100 km (114 g CO2) marks the absolute pinnacle.

Every year Daimler approx. six billion euros in and development for its passenger cars half of this in green The objective is to reduce fuel even further across the model range. Hybrid such as the E 300 BlueTEC HYBRID g CO2) and the S 300 BlueTEC HYBRID g CO2) occupy the top position in segments. What is more, shining examples in the current initiative are ready for the off: The C 300 BlueTEC HYBRID consumes 3.6 litres of diesel fuel per 100 km (94 g While the S 500 PLUG-IN HYBRID 69 g of CO2 per kilometre (3.0 litres of km) and 30 km of locally emission-free driving a new top figure for luxury saloons.

For customers wishing to dispense with the internal combustion the company offers a choice of emission-free electric cars a battery or fuel cell With eight models, already has the largest portfolio of vehicles in the industry from cars and vans to buses and trucks. These include the fortwo electric drive the BRABUS variant), the Mercedes-Benz E-CELL, the B-Class F-CELL, the SLS AMG Electric Drive, the Vito the Citaro FuelCELL Hybrid, the Canter E-CELL and the Freightliner Chassis MT E-CELL All-Electric. electric vehicles are due to be launched for example the B-Class Electric later this year.

[1] All fuel consumption figures are NEDC combined consumption

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