2013 Mercedes Benz A Class

2013 Mercedes Benz A Class – The 2013 Mercedes Benz A Class is a minivan from German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz produced. The first generation was introduced in 1997, and the second generation model appeared in late 2004. Released as a five-door model in 1997, the second generation three-door hatchback a W169, which is located below the door for five years. Markets that the A-Class is or has been sold, which represents the range entry model Mercedes-Benz. Class W168 started production in 1997. Its front-engine, four-wheel drive layout was quite unusual for Mercedes. To date, over 1.6 million units sold worldwide.

An innovation of the 2013 Mercedes Benz A Class is a front shock absorber, called sandwich. In the case of violent frontal impact, the engine and transmission under the floor below the pedals rather than sliding into the passenger compartment. The W168 was conducted in 1997, after capsizing during the infamous “elk test” of traditional Swedish automobile publication Teknikens Varld. The report says the W168 lifted when maneuvering around the “moose” to avoid. Mercedes initially denied the problem, but then gave the surprising step to all units sold, to date, and withdraw the suspension of the distribution until the problem was solved by electronic stability control and modifying the suspension.

The 2013 Mercedes Benz A Class was introduced in September 2010 and debuted at the Paris Motor Show in October 2010. The E-Cell has a range of 200km, capable of developing a maximum output of 70 kW continuous power of 50 kW and a maximum torque of 290 Nm. The E-Cell Mercedes accelerate from 0 to 60 km per hour h in 5.5 seconds and a top speed of 150 km per hour.

Tesla Motors, through cooperation with 2013 Mercedes Benz A Class is the construction of electric drive components of the E-Cell. The 36 kWh battery contains approximately 4,000 individual lithium-ion cells. Mercedes has developed a modular system for electric vehicles with batteries and fuel cells. This system allows the effective use of common areas in all electric vehicles of the brand. Thanks to the modular approach, the electrical unit of the Class E-Cell uses in the B-Class F-Cell, and energy storage in the pack are the same as class A battery-powered electric Smart for two.

Limited production of 500 units of 2013 Mercedes Benz A Class electric cars are built to test the Mercedes plant in Rastatt, near Stuttgart, beginning September 2010. As part of a demonstration program, the vehicles will be leased to selected customers in several European countries, including Germany, France and the Netherlands. Daimler has no plans to sell, the electric version of the third generation of Europe.The Class A was submitted, 5 March 2012. This is a five-door model, with different designs than the previous class.