Daimler Buses, a subsidiary of Daimler AG (NYSE: DAI), is launching two alternative fuel buses, the all-electric Citaro E-CELL
and the hydrogen fuel-cell-powered Citaro F-Cell, by 2018.
Furthermore Ride & Drive also offers the opportunity to discover at first hand the unrestricted everyday practicality of two of Daimler's electric vehicles, the Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL
and the smart fortwo electric drive, both of which are already in series production.
Based on the current long-wheel-base Vito, the E-CELL has a gross vehicle weight of 3,050 kilos and a maximum payload of 900 kilos.
Mercedes claims the E-CELL is up to seven times cheaper to run than a normal Vito.
The SLS AMG E-CELL
incorporates a liquid-cooled high-voltage lithium-ion battery featuring a modular design with an energy content of 48kW/h and a capacity of 40Ah.
Presently, the company is researching the use of inductive charging, with a Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL
as the test subject.
The company stated that it would fit a technically modified Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL
model with a special charging coil that merely has to be positioned over another charging coil in the ground to start the charging process.
Mercedes-Benz, a subsidiary of Daimler AG (NYSE: DAI) (FWB: DAI), is commencing serial production of its SLS AMG E-CELL
The BlueZERO E-CELL operates under battery power and covers a range of up to 124 miles.
The BlueZERO E-CELL PLUS is equipped with a 100-kW electric motor coupled to the I-3 from the Smart ForTwo.
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amazonicum, E-cells are observed at the blind distal end and are involved in mitotic activity.