B Class

Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive, press drive USA

The B-Class combines the advantages of a sedan, an estate, and a van.
The car’s ENERGY SPACE body concept, which features a partial double floor underneath the rear seat, supports alternative drive concepts of various specifications.

New four-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines with direct injection, turbocharging, and a specially developed 7G-DCT dual-clutch transmission (optional equipment) reduce fuel consumption by up to 21 percent.

B 160 CDI
4 Cylinders
Rated Power kW (hp): 66 [90]
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (manual/automatic transmission)s: 14.0/14.3
Top Speed (manual/automatic transmission) km/h: 180/180
CO2 emissions NEDC combined manual/automatic transmission) g/km: 117-108/115-107
CO2 efficiency class (Germany): A
Fuel Consumption DEDC combined (manual/automatic transmission)1/100km: 4.5-4.1/4.4-4.1

Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive, press drive USA
Mercedes-Benz B-Class 2013, B 220 4MATIC, exterior

As of spring 2014, the new B-Class will also be available with natural gas drive. Its CO2 emissions are over 16 percent lower and the fuel costs are around 50 percent lower than those of a comparable gasoline-powered model.

The B-Class Electric Drive, set to debut in the USA in mid-2014 and in Germany at the end of the year, will provide a special driving experience.

The B-Class has a sensational Cd value of 0.26.

Two sporty yet comfortable versions of the chassis provide agile driving enjoyment.

Mercedes-Benz, B-Class Electric Drive