Mercedes S400 BlueHybrid Concept Will Use Li-Ion Battery

Mercedes S400 BlueHybrid Concept

Let’s take a moment of our time to take a look to a car which is not related and will not show up for the Geneva Motor Show. The reason why we present you this Mercedes-Benz is that the German automaker has developed a new hybrid system. The new S400 BlueHybrid will be powered by a 3.5-liter V6 petrol engine along with the 15kW electric engine.

The novelty consists of the fact that this hybrid will be the first to use lithium ion battery. Also the S400 BlueHybrid is the most economical sedan in NEDC (city and highway driving) by managing about 30 miles per gallon. This Hybrid Concept will be available as of 2009 with the ML450 two-mode hybrid system in the U.S. and Europe.


1 Response

  1. marius:

    in a few years the petrol cars will have a serios competitor if the batteries ones will be more performant.

    Posted on December 9th, 2008 at 9:12 pm

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