Mercedes had a long trip with the B-Klasse F-Cell

Posted on Thursday, 31 March 2011 , 06:03:54 byDan

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Mercedes had a long trip with the B-Klasse F-Cell

Mercedes Benz B-Klasse F-Cell had a long trip and it's not finished yet. From North America in March, is now heading for Australia.
The car can go up to 250 miles before having to be refueled with hydrogen and has an electric engine that produces 136 hp (290 Nm of torque).
The big plus for fuel cell technology is that small cars are not the only ones that can benefit from it, for example, busses can too. Also if you are thinking you are a traveler and this car is not suitable for your needs, think again. It can go on long distances as well as on short ones, or at least this is what Daimler chief of E-Drive & Future Mobility, Herbert Kohler declared.
Cars that have this kind of engine have an important CO2 reduction print in time.
13 days is the time, the models will spend in Australia and then will go from Perth to China to begin the local World Drive.
Just on time for the Shanghai Auto Show the three B-Klasse models will stay for a few days there and then leave for their final destination, Stuttgart, where everything begun.