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21 08 2019 03

After the eVito and eSprinter, Mercedes-Benz Vans is now launching the EQV, a fully-electric zero-emission van aimed at both private customers and transport service operators. The series version was presented today as part of the run-up to the IAA.

The EQV technical details largely correspond to the study that Mercedes presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March this year: The German automaker is claiming the electric van has a range of 405 kilometres, for the time being, since the final approval with official WLTP values is still pending. The consumption of 27.0 kWh per 100 kilometres is therefore also provisional. Located in the front of the engine compartment are the 150 kW electric motor, the power electronics and the transmission with a fixed ratio.

The lithium-ion battery is mounted in the underbody of the vehicle and therefore has no effect on the interior. The gross capacity of the vehicle is 100 kWh, of which 90 kWh can be used according to Mercedes’ calculations. The onboard charger enables three-phase AC charging with up to 11 kW. Mercedes specifies the DC charging capacity with a maximum of 110 kW, but also specifies a charging time from 10 to 80 per cent in “less than 45 minutes”. The maximum charging power is thus regulated from a certain point, but above the aforementioned SoC range, it is still 84 kW.

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