MERCEDES BENZ C350e EV
The Mercedes Benz C350e Plug-In Hybrid compact executive car is available in both the Saloon and Estate versions. Mercedes introduced the vehicle in January 2015 with sales in Europe commencing in March 2015. The vehicle has five transmissions modes, namely Individual, Sport +, Sport, Comfort, and Economy. The Comfort and Economy settings govern the top speed at 81mph /130kmh and provide four drive modes, namely Hybrid, which is the standard mode, the full electric E-mode, E-Save acts as a range extender for the battery and Charge, which uses kinetic energy and the engine to charge the battery.
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