A sustainable, battery-powered van by Mercedes-Benz. Versatile and efficient, it offers the same features as its gas-powered counterpart. The all-new eSprinter is Coming soon!
Say “Hello!” to the all-new eSprinter
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Mercedes-Benz Vans is introducing the all-new eSprinter,
an electric vehicle that combines efficiency, range, and
load capacity. It will be produced in North America and
Europe and aims to be a leader in electric drive in around
60 markets. The eSprinter features a modular design with
three components: a front module for high-voltage
components, an underbody module for the battery, and a
rear module with an electrically driven axle. This design
allows for various conversions and superstructures, similar
to the conventionally powered Sprinter.
|POWERTRAIN & PAYLOAD|
|Drive Type||Rear wheel Drive|
|E-Motor||Standard Output Model 100 kw | High Output Model|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS|
|Cargo Volume||488.1 cu ft (high roof)|
|Gross Vehicle Weight||(GVWR): 9,370 lbs|
|Gross Combination Weight||170 kW|
|Rating||(GCWR): 11,023 lbs|
|BATTERY & RANGE|
|Battery Capacity Usable):||113 kWh|
|Maximum Range*||(WLTP): Up to 400 km|
|AC Charging Power / Time||AC Charge time is 0-100% battery 9.6 KW / -12-13 hours|
|DC Charging Power / Time**||DC Charge time is 10-80% battery 115 kW / – 42 minutes (optimal)|
|*RANGE:|| The electric range, based on simulation using the WLTP cycly, will be up to
400 kilometers. The simulated range, based on the WLTP city cycle, will be
up to 500 kilometers.
|** CHARGING:|| Maximum peak charging capacity at DC charging station with a supply
voltage of 400 volts, 300 A; the maximum charging capacity is dependent
on diverse factors such as, e.g. ambient and battery temperature and the
charge status of the battery when starting to charge.
Minimum charging time of 10 to 80% under optimum conditions at DC
charging station with a supply voltage of 400 volts, 300 A; the charging
time can vary depending on diverse factors such as e.g. ambient and
battery temperature and due to the use of additional auxiliary consumers
such as e.g. heating.