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MERCEDES-BENZ VISION S500 HYBRID

Shortly after the market launch of the S400 currently the most fuel-efficient sedan wîth a gasoline Mercedes-Benz will be presenting the ‘three-liter car’ in the premium — the Vision S500 Plug-in — at the 63rd IAA in Frankfurt. The technology will display the future of modular set of hybrid systems. The S500 Plug-in HYBRID can for up to 18 miles solely on electric and therefore without producing any emissions. The efficient drive combined wîth the CO2 bonus for the driving mode enables the to achieve a certified consumption of 3.2 litres of gasoline per 100 kilometers. CO2 emissions of only 74 grams per in the NEDC (New European Cycle), the experimental vehicle in Sindelfingen demonstrates the long-term of future S Class generations. The values are made possible by the of a plug-in hybrid wîth the BlueEFFICIENCY measures. At the same the Vision S500 Plug-in has all of the strengths that are typical of the S renowned comfort, outstanding and superior performance. The drive in the concept car consists of three components: a powerful V6 gasoline wîth a next-generation direct system, a 44 kW/60 hp hybrid and a lithium-ion battery wîth than 10 kWh of storage capacity can be recharged at charging stations. The S500 Plug-in HYBRID from 0 to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds.

‘The Vision 500 Plug-in is a new milestone on our path toward mobility,’ says Dr. Dieter Chairman of Daimler AG and Head of Cars. ‘It is a luxurious and S Class that offers driving performance while at the time consuming less than current compacts. All of shows that our top models also be able to combine fascination wîth responsibility for the

‘Although it will take time before this can go into series production, our will be working full to carry out the necessary integration and ensure that all components can the tough everyday demands of a luxury long-distance sedan,’ Dr. Thomas Weber, member of the of Management of Daimler AG wîth for Group Research and Mercedes-Benz Development. ‘We’ve already got all the key we need for such a dream which is why I see it being included in the gen-eration of the S Class. The important now is that our development work be by the establishment of a full-coverage infrastructure will allow the potential of innovative drive system to be exploited.’

The electrical drive of the Vision S500 Plug-in demonstrate the versatility of Mercedes-Benz’ organized set of hybrid systems, has a widely scalable range of The hybrid module’s design not differ much from the disc-shaped 15-kW electric of the S400 HYBRID, even it is three times as powerful. As a the hybrid module can be elegantly into the housing of the 7G-TRONIC automatic transmission, allowing model variant as well as the HYBRID to retain the S Class’ interior. Future model will orient themselves on system architecture.

Whereas the extremely compact battery in the S400 HYBRID kWh) can be housed in the vehicle’s compartment, the significantly higher-performing unit in the Vision S500 HYBRID (over 10 kWh) more installation space. The is located behind the rear in the trunk. The lithium-ion battery’s above the rear axle crucial benefits, since it that the vehicle has a balanced distribution and that the gasoline remains adequate for long-distance In addition, the protected position of the ensures it is as safe as possible crashes.

Additional clutch the hybrid module and combustion

In accordance wîth the modular the powertrain design for the Vision

Plug-in HYBRID is basically the as that for the S400 HYBRID.

One attribute is the presence of an additional integrated between the combustion and the electric motor. This decouples the two components in the pure drive mode, thereby the highest level of efficiency in the Moreover, because it is fully into the vehicle’s converter the clutch does not take up any space.

Electrical outlet as a filling Powerful plug-in battery key difference between the S500 HYBRID and conventional hy-brids the plug-in battery, which can be at charging stations, thereby the S500 Plug-in HYBRID to up to 18 miles on electric power. The charge cycle takes than 60 minutes wîth a capac-tiy of 20 kW. A standard charge at a conventional household socket 3.3 kW takes about four-and-a-half to recharge a completely discharged

The model is also equipped a compact onboard charger: behind the side trunk this unit controls the process and is protected against circuits, voltage reversal, and surges. The charging system pro-tects the battery by monitoring the charging level and charging The total weight of the electrical in the current experimental vehicle is 474 whereby the lithium-ion battery approximately 286 pounds. That’s less than a conventional battery wîth the same as the weight of such batteries from 397 – 441 lbs.

The vehicle’s module also provides energy when the car is in motion regenerative braking — the recovery of when braking. Here, the enhances efficiency as well, as it complete energy regen-eration engine drag losses.

of up to 18 miles wîth all-electric

The high-performance battery and the 44 kW/60 hp module enable the vehicle to up to 18 miles purely on electricity. is completely sufficient for many within cities, where the S500 Plug-in HYBRID is and very comfortable without any local emissions. The gasoline automatically adds its power to of the electric motor when at high speeds or driving up inclines. Before closing the in such cases, the vehicle synchronises the engine speed the hybrid module’s rotational so that the engine is activated smoothly without the driver

What’s more, the hybrid sophisticated interplay wîth the engine enables numerous functions that positively fuel consumption, emissions and agility. Like the system in the S400 HYBRID, the hybrid in the Vision S500 Plug-in also comes wîth the ECO function. This feature enhances safety and driving because of its boost effect, has the electric motor providing support to the combustion engine the high-consumption acceleration phase. system has already proved its viability in a slightly different in the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.

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Extensive safety and control components

The battery not only serves as an storage device for the elec-tric in the S500 Plug-in HYBRID; it is linked via a DC-DC converter to the on-board network, which power to standard consumers as the headlamps and various comfort To ensure a consistently high of electrical efficiency, the voltage are water-cooled via an additional low-temperature

Special power electronics are for operating the three-phase AC electric in the high-voltage direct current and the inverter for this task is in the engine compartment. Because the electronics system itself is by the electric current thus it too is integrated into the low-temperature circuit. Mercedes-Benz employs components for the power electronics as well, enabling them to be com-bined wîth different motors and battery types all model series.

On the road to hybrids: Diesel-hybrid concepts

An milestone on the road to plug-in is the recently unveiled Vision BlueTEC HYBRID diesel Like the S400 HYBRID and the S500 Plug-in HYBRID, it is on the Mercedes-Benz modular hybrid This near-series vehicle combines a new 2.2-liter, four-cylinder engine wîth the 15 kW/20 hp module that is also in the S400 HYBRID, but which also enables pure driving. This drive configuration enables the Vision BlueTEC HYBRID to travel 60 miles on only 1 gallon of (preliminary value). This to CO2 emissions of 119 grams per kilometre an output of 165 kW/224 hp and superior of 580 — 600 newtonmetres (combined in cases), more or less the performance as today’s six-cylinder engines. Exhaust gas treatment is by the combination of an oxidizing catalytic a diesel particulate filter and wîth AdBlue® injection. The E300 BlueTEC HYBRID also has the potential to meet the most stringent emission ( posted on conceptcarz.com)

Source — Mercedes-Benz

S 500 Plug-in HYBRID — a car in the luxury class

With the in Frankfurtof the Vision S 500 Plug-in Mercedes-Benz demonstrates that safe and refined automobiles do have a future. The close-to-production of the innovative plug-in hybrid enables a fuel consumption of 3.2 litres of petrol per 100 kilometres and an range of 30 kilometres. Dr. Zetsche, roughly 370 hp S 500 Plug-in HYBRID a clear glimpse of the future for automobiles ‘Made in Germany’. technologies in fascinating vehicles for the demanding customers — is our approach, and we are sticking steadfastly to

Source — Mercedes-Benz

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