Smaller battery options for Mercedes eVito & EQV
Mercedes-Benz is now offering smaller batteries for two of its larger people movers. The eVito Tourer and EQV can now both be ordered with a usable battery capacity of 60 kWh, as an alternative to the eVito Tourer and EQV with 90 kWh usable battery capacity.
Blacklane acquires majority stake in Havn
Berlin-based limousine service Blacklane, in which Daimler is a major shareholder, has acquired a majority stake in Havn. Havn is a London-based chauffeur service founded in 2019 by Jaguar Land Rover, which operates a fleet of the all-electric Jaguar I-Pace in the British capital.
Mercedes recalls passenger and delivery e-vans
Just a few months after its market launch, the Mercedes-Benz electric passenger van, the EQV is already subject to a recall: 302 EQVs produced between 21 February and 27 October 2020 will have to go back to the factory. According to our updates, the e-Sprinter and e-Vito electric delivery vehicles are also affected by recalls.
Mercedes reveals production locations for EQ ramp up
Mercedes-Benz is now providing a comprehensive overview of the production sites for its electric offensive for the EQ brand. Production of the EQA at the Rastatt plant in Germany among others has already started ahead of the model’s world premiere on 20 January 2021.
Mercedes eVito Tourer available starting at 53,990 euros
The Mercedes eVito Tourer electric passenger van is now up for order. In Germany, the new eVito Tourer starts in Germany at a netlist price of 53,990 euros. The Mercedes EQV has been available for order since the end of May can now also be ordered in the extra-long version with a length of 5,370 […]
Mercedes EQV electric van passes winter tests
Mercedes-Benz subjected the EQV to an endurance test in Arjeplog, Sweden. The electric V-Class proved its operational capability under extreme conditions at temperatures as low as minus 30 degrees Celsius, icy roads and deep snow.
Mercedes launches premium electric van EQV
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.
ViaVan plans to use only BEVs as of 2025
ViaVan, the joint venture of Mercedes-Benz Vans and the US startup Via, plans to convert all its locations to purely electric fleets by 2025. In Berlin, only fully electric vans are to be used from the end of 2020.
Mercedes EQV concept – serial production launches 2019
Mercedes shows off in Geneva, and its Concept EQV is a purely electric, spacious saloon that is at home in the premium segment with up to eight seats. The production version is to be unveiled at the IAA this autumn with a 100 kWh battery for up to 400 km of range.