Category Archives: Electric

Mercedes-Benz URBANETIC driving over a bridge

What is the Mercedes-Benz Vision URBANETIC?

Are you curious what the future of transportation holds? Just take a look at the new Mercedes-Benz Vision UBRANETIC. From its modern styling to its futuristic size, this all-electric autonomous concept is impressive. But what exactly is it? The concept vehicle is essentially an over-sized minivan with seating for 12 people and 353 cu.ft. of cargo space. Not only can the URBANETIC be used to transport passengers, but it could also potentially deliver packages too. Read the rest of this entry >>

Mercedes-Benz EQC

Introducing the Mercedes-Benz EQC!

Does Mercedes-Benz have an electric vehicle?

Mercedes-Benz has joined the world of electric vehicles with its newly released Mercedes-Benz EQC! The all-new EQC combines the hallmarks of the Mercedes-Benz brand, including quality, safety, comfort, and dynamic performance. It has not yet been announced whether or not this vehicle will be available in the U.S., but you can still enjoy the trailer below.

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Electric Convertible United States

Want To Drive The Only Fully Electric Cabriolet In The World? You Can Do It!

Electric Convertible United States

A convertible is like a motorcycle with two extra wheels. Without a permanent roof, there is no need for windows, dome lights, or stress. To make a long story short, convertibles are cool. Maybe even too cool. They are attractive. They put wind in your hair. They make tall people feel at home. They even provide light where the sun don’t shine. There is only one downside to the convertible; not enough electricity. There is only one fully-electric convertible in the United States. Can you guess what it is? Read the rest of this entry >>

Hybrid Vehicles Changing to 48-Volt Electrical Systems

Why is Mercedes-Benz switching from 12 to 48 volts?

Mercedes-Benz is always at the forefront of vehicle innovation. When the 6-volt battery came into play in the 1920s, Mercedes-Benz was there. When the sealed battery was invented in the 1970s, Mercedes-Benz was on top of it. Because of this, we know we can trust the company, but why is Mercedes-Benz switching from 12 to 48 volts? Read the rest of this entry >>