These electric cars are suitable as pulling vehicles

According to a media report, only a few electric cars are suitable as pulling vehicles for pulling a caravan or heavy trailer. As Auto, Motor und Sport (AMS) reports, only a few manufacturers offer a towbar. Many manufacturers also do not mention permissible axle load

Mercedes-Benz presents its new plug-in drives for A- to S-Class

Mercedes-Benz presents its new plug-in drives for A- to S-Class

On the way to purely electric mobility, plug-in hybrids represent an important bridging technology for many car manufacturers. In its third generation, Mercedes-Benz is presenting an efficient drive package with its EQ Power models, thus taking a further step towards CO2-neutral mobility. Mercedes-Benz customers will b…

Which electric cars can charge 3-phase?

What does three-phase charging mean and which electric cars can charge 3-phase? We go through what three-phase charging means and what cars can charge on a 3-phase, as well as whether a 3-phase charging station is necessary at home.

Mercedes-Benz eVito Tourer with 150 kW and 421 kilometres range

In 2020, the Vito will receive a model update from Mercedes-Benz, which is intended to take the popular specialist for crafts, trade and service to a new level. Of particular interest to us is the Mercedes-Benz eVito Tourer in the purely electric version, which is scheduled to hit the road in the summer of 2020. According to its own statement, Mercedes-Benz Vans has taken on a pioneering role in the premium segment for locally emission-free, commercial goods transport in urban areas with the eVito in 2018 and the eSprinter in 2019, which it now intends to expand further in 2020.

Electric car breakthrough could not come to Europe before the end of 2020

Matthias Schmidt, an automotive analyst, predicts that the number of electric car registrations will double in 2020 compared to 2019. The CO2 limits for automobile manufacturers introduced in January are the decisive factor in this, he said. Schmidt expects the volume of electric cars in Europe to rise from 335,000 units in 2019 to over 700,000 this year, and to reach almost one million units per year by 2021 after the introduction phase has ended. But the growth spurt could come later than initially assumed.