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eMobility.

The future.

The Benefits – Owning an electric Vehicle in the UK offers significant advantages.

Zero road fund licence.

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Free parking.

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Plug-in car grant.

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Zero congestion charges.

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Zero tailpipe emissions.

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Taxation benefit.

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Electric explained.

Hybrid.

Equipped with both an electric and internal combustion engine, this configuration charges a battery while the vehicle is in motion and during braking. This stored energy is then deployed at low speeds, or to supplement the conventional engine.

Benefits:

  • Reduces fuel consumption.
  • Charges the battery with kineticenergy or through regenerative braking.
  • Short distances can be covered on electric power.
  • Extra boost e.g. for overtaking.

Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV).

While similar to a hybrid, this breed of vehicle can be charged from the mains. Their larger batteries also mean that you can enjoy emission-free driving for up to 20 miles.

Benefits:

  • All-electric operation possible.
  • Battery can be charged via power socket, regenerative braking or combustion engine.
  • Extremely low fuel consumption.

Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV).

An electric car in every sense of the word, drive power is provided exclusively by the battery which is in turn charged through the mains.

Benefits:

  • No driving emissions.
  • Maximum torque as soon as the wheels turn.
  • Almost silent.
  • Wide range of charging options.

Charging.

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Models Available.

  • B 350 e (BEV)
  • C-Class Saloon (Hybrid)
  • C-Class Saloon (PHEV)
  • C-Class Estate (Hybrid)
  • C-Class Estate (PHEV)
  • GLE (PHEV)
  • S-Class Saloon (Hybrid)
  • S-Class Saloon (PHEV)

Motorsport Derived Technology.

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