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Mercedes launches a small battery on two of its electric utilities intended for the transport of people.
The two largest Mercedes minivans are actually passenger versions of the brand’s electric vans. The EQV and the eVito Tourer have so far only offered a choice of 100 kWh battery, with 90 useful kWh. The German firm has decided to offer an alternative with less autonomy and a reduced price. Thus, the two electric vehicles will now receive a battery with a useful capacity of 60 kWh.
Up to 239 km range
The autonomy is necessarily reduced, with 239 km in the WLTP cycle for the eVito Tourer, and 236 km for the EQV according to the same standard. These vehicles can be used more for trips to school, or for transporting people in urban and peri-urban areas.
Both vehicles have a top speed of 140 km/h, with the possibility of increasing it to 160 km/h in Germany to go on the Autobahn. The weight gain with the battery reduction is 150 kilos.
On the charging side, the power in fast charge increases to 50 kW for both models, and it is possible to opt for a power of 80 kW. In this case, it takes 35 minutes to go from 10% to 80% battery.
For Mercedes, the addition of this small battery aims to offer its models at more affordable prices. On the German market, the eVito Tourer starts there at €60,678 for the long version, and at €61,750 for the XL version. The EQV has a base price of 67,818 euros for the long version, and 68,710 euros for the XL version.