Interested buyers could now order the Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive, which could capable of cruise up to 142 miles on a single charge and accelerate from zero to 62 mph in 7.9 seconds. The EV features Tesla-developed technology and its electric motor generates 180 hp of output and 340 NM of torque – powered by lithium-ion batteries tightly fitted under the B-Class Electric Drive.
This setting allows the car to retain its benchmark cabin room and boot space. Available in two model lines – Sport and Electric Art – the five-passenger B-Class Electric Drive features a 501-liter boot, which could be hiked to 1,456-liters if seats are folded down.
When its power is depleted, the car could be fully charged via a wall box at home for up to nine hours and via a public charging station for between three and four hours. The Sport model’s standard equipment includes a distinct design for the front and rear bumpers, 17-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights as well as a seven-inch central display.
It also features as standard Artico trim, automatic climate control, a reversing camera and cruise control. A customer could choose from eight available paint colors. The Sport model has starting price of £31,950 for the Sport model, which could be brought down to £26,950 once an OLEV grant is approved.
On the other hand, the Electric Art model features as standard contrasting mirrors and radiator grille elements, 18-inch dual color alloy wheels and automatic climate control as well as contrast blue stitching for the seats and aluminum trim.
Customers can choose between the Cirrus White or South Seas Blue colors. This model has a starting price of £32,245, and the OLEV is also applicable.