On a 340 square meter stand in Hall 1, Mercedes-Benz has once again become a central part of the trade fair and, in collaboration with the chassis manufacturers, will present a number of highlights. In addition, there is a really special feature in store this year: all Mercedes-Benz cars on display at the event are equipped with a battery-powered electric motor and prove that electric vehicle solutions are also becoming increasingly important to the rescue industry.
A highlight is the ambulance, which was developed in collaboration with Ambulanz Mobile and is based on the eSprinter. eVito Tourer, EQC 400 4MATIC (combined power consumption: 19.4-21.9 kWh/100 km; total CO2 emissions: 0 g/km) Equipped as emergency medical vehicles are also on display. The innovative character is also reflected in the design of the exhibition stand, with a viewing platform offering visitors a glimpse into the future of rescue work. As in previous years, the use of recyclable and lightweight materials puts the focus on sustainability by reducing weight and volume of transport as well as preventing unnecessary waste.
Mercedes-Benz eSprinter as an ambulance
The Mercedes-Benz eVito Tourer as an emergency doctor car
The Mercedes-Benz eVito Tourer offers the features necessary to meet the demands of an emergency vehicle: it features a highly efficient electric motor of 150 kW (204 hp) and torque of 345 Nm. Range up to 370 km (eVito Tourer with 90 kWh of usable battery capacity: electricity consumption 29.8-26.2 kWh/100 km, emissions: 0 g/km) 1 allows for a radius large enough for emergency operations.
The fast charging function recharges the eVito Tourer with a maximum charging performance of 110 kW optional To a state of 80 percent charged in 45 minutes 2. The expansion of the emergency medical vehicle offered by Van Partner has been implemented long ago
Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC as an emergency doctor car
The Mercedes-Benz electric trio at RETTmobil was equipped by the EQC 400 4MATIC, which was outfitted as an emergency doctor vehicle by the Mercedes-Benz subsidiary CARS of Wiedemar. For example, the car was additionally equipped with a roof beam signal system and received striking red and yellow chips. In the summer of 2019, the EQC 400 4MATIC was launched as the first vehicle of the Mercedes-Benz brand. It has been a pioneer and a milestone at the same time as part of the group’s strategy “Ambition 2039”. In terms of quality, safety and comfort, the EQC is a hallmark of Mercedes and is convinced of the highest level of noise comfort in the mid-size SUV segment. Added to this is the high driving dynamics thanks to two electric motors on the front and rear axles with a combined power of 300 kW (408 hp). Thanks to a well-developed operating strategy, an electric range of 421-462 km can be achieved. With Mercedes me Charge, Mercedes-Benz offers comprehensive EQC charging services and makes electric mobility convenient and convenient for everyday use. In addition, since then
 The power consumption and range of the vehicles mentioned in the text were determined on the basis of Directive 692/2008/EC. More country-specific information on the vehicles offered, including WLTP values, can be found at www.mercedes-benz.com
 Minimum charge time from 10 to 80% under optimal conditions in a DC charging station with a supply of 400 V, current of 300 A. Charging time may vary depending on various factors, such as the temperature of the surrounding environment and the battery as well as whether additional consumers are in use, such as heating.
 The maximum charging capacity in a DC charging station with a supply of 400 volts, a current of 300 amps. The maximum charging output depends on various factors, such as the ambient temperature, the temperature of the battery as well as the state of charge of the battery when charging was initiated.
 Minimum charging time at a general DC 400V charging station, 300A current. Charging time of 40 minutes corresponds to 10-80% of a full charge
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