Mercedes E300 BlueTEC Hybrid gets environmental certificate

Just in time for the launch it was the Mercedes E300 BlueTEC Hybrid the environmental certificate ISO 14062. The award of the E-Class is based on a lifecycle assessment, in that the environmental impact of cars throughout their life cycle.

Mercedes E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid gets environmental certificate

The new Mercedes E300 BlueTec Hybrid bring the Stuttgart their first diesel passenger car model with hybrid drive on the market. The frugal E-Class design is classified in energy efficiency class A + and carries the prestigious environmental certification from TÜV Süd. The environmental certificate and information is publicly available on the documentary series Life Cycle, which can be viewed at mercedes-benz dot com. “After 2009 it introduced S 400 Hybrid Mercedes-Benz is now in the E300 BlueTec Hybrid sets new standards for business-luxury vehicles,” says Professor Herbert Kohler, Chief Environmental Officer of Daimler AG, the Mercedes hybrid car. The modular hybrid technology opens for us the way to quickly add more series to hybrid models.

Mercedes E300 BlueTEC Hybrid emits 109 g/CO2

Looking at the entire life cycle of the Mercedes hybrid model of the origin and use of more than 250,000 miles to scrapping, so the new Mercedes E300 BlueTec Hybrid come about 23 percent less CO2 emissions than a comparable E 300 CDI BlueEfficiency, the significant reduction in fuel consumption. The consumption of the E 300 BlueTec Hybrid falls against the comparably powerful diesel E 300 CDI BlueEfficiency 6.1 to 5.8 l/100 km to 4.3 to 4.2 l/100 km (109 g CO2/km) dependent of the tires. This represents a significant reduction of up to 28 percent.

Renewable resources in Mercedes hybrid model

The Mercedes E300 BlueTec Hybrid reaches from 1 January 2015 valid recovery rate of 95 percent by weight, during the development incorporated the requirements of the future with one recycling. Closing material loops is not only in the metallic materials of particular relevance. On the whole, 43 components come with a total weight of 41.5 kg is used, which can sometimes produce high-quality recycled plastics. For the E-Class also 44 components with a total weight of 21 kilograms of use of natural materials can be produced. Mercedes-Benz builds the floor in the trunk of a cardboard honeycomb structure, olive Coke is used as the active filter.