2019 Mercedes S560e Sedan EQ

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2019 Mercedes S560e Hybrid ► Luxury Sedan Needs 2.5 l/100 Km

0:03 Driving scenes & specifications 2:33 Exterior design 3:59 Interior design The S-Class has shown the way once again: The first model in which all of the components of the current plug-in-hybrid generation made their debut was the S 560 e (combined fuel consumption 2.6-2.5 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions 59-57 g/km, combined electrical consumption 20.2-20.0 kWh/100 km)1. The modified components and the intelligent powertrain management's new anticipatory functions give the customer enhanced electric performance and, last but not least, added convenience thanks to faster charging times. The efficiency of the 9G-TRONIC plug-in-hybrid transmission and a new lithium-ion battery in the luxury saloon are good for an all-electric range of around 50 kilometres. The hybrid drive system in the S 560 e combines the 270 kW (367 hp) of the V6 petrol engine with 90 kW of EQ Power to deliver a maximum system output of up to 350 kW.. The vehicle launch starts this month. Mercedes-Benz's first hybrid generation made its debut in the S-Class S 400 Hybrid in 2009 with a 15 kW electric motor directly on the combustion engine without a separating clutch. This meant that the electric motor could recover energy during braking and boost acceleration, but it couldn't power the car by itself. In the second generation, the electric motor was at the transmission input and could run independently of the combustion engine (petrol or diesel). The first plug-in hybrid system from Mercedes-Benz came out in 2014 in the shape of the S 500 Plug-In Hybrid. The available installation space was used to house a capacity of 8.7 kWh for an electric range of 33 km in the NEDC. The output of the electric drive was increased to 85 kW/340 Nm, which, in combination with the 245 kW six-cylinder petrol engine, made for a performance on a par with that of an eight-cylinder model. The hybrid drive system in the S 560 e combines the 270 kW (367 hp) of the V6 petrol engine with an electric output of 90 kW. What's more, its lithium-ion battery stores a lot more energy, giving it an all-electric range of around 50 kilometres. The new cell chemistry with lithium-nickel-manganese-cobalt (Li-NMC) makes for a cell capacity of 37 Ah (previously 22 Ah). The highly efficient battery system in the S-Class comes, for the first time, from the wholly owned Daimler subsidiary Deutsche ACCUMOTIVE. The DC/DC converter previously housed separately in the luggage compartment is now installed in the power electronics housing. Despite an increase of around 50 percent in its energy content, the dimensions of the new battery are smaller than those of its predecessor. Thanks to a water-cooled on-board charger with a capacity of 7.4 kW, the battery can be charged from 10 to 100 percent SoC (State of Charge) in approx. 1.5 hours at a Wallbox (Mercedes-Benz has introduced a new generation of these, too) if the full power is used. The same is possible in around five hours even at a conventional domestic power socket. The four operating modes of the hybrid powertrain management and the five driving programs selectable by the driver control the interaction of the technology, meaning that the driver always has the final decision regarding whether to use the dynamic combination of engine and electric motor or opt for the luxury saloon's supremely efficient mode. In the case of the latter, the management system activates the combustion engine as little as possible and also ensures optimum distribution of the battery charge for the current route. To this end, the ECO Assist uses the data from all the driving assistance systems, including the navigation system, and indicates to the driver when it is best to come off the accelerator, both on the display and by means of the resistance point on the accelerator pedal. The reward is many miles driven without the combustion engine, which means all the more opportunity to enjoy the unique comfort of the S-Class. Thanks for watching! --------- Hope you enjoy this video and leave your comment bellow. To stay up to date with alot of new Video SUBSCRIBE my channel: https://goo.gl/xgWsDE --------- Car Comparison with all car infomation: https://goo.gl/Qf5D8h BMW series Information: https://goo.gl/hXWoM6 Mercedes series Information: https://goo.gl/fJUwMT Audi series Information: https://goo.gl/sWTVs8 Thanks Again! :)

Mercedes S-Class Coupe 2019 in-depth review | carwow

This is the all-new Mercedes S-Class Coupe! Both the exterior & interior come with numerous upgrades, from the Panamerica-style grille up front, to the huge infotainment screen that engulfs the dash on the inside. But it doesn’t come cheap! So are the upgrades worthy of the price tag and the prestigious S-Class badge? Join Mat for his latest in-depth review to find out! Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/carwowcars Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/carwowuk/ Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/carwowuk Refer A Friend – https://www.carwow.co.uk/share Awkward haggling is a thing of the past with carwow. Choose your perfect car with our configurator tool and let the country’s best dealers compete over you. Compare the five best offers by price, location and dealer ratings and choose the one that’s right for you – no hassle, no haggling, just a great deal. Visit our site to save money on your new car – http://bit.ly/carwow-UK Oder auch in Deutschland Geld beim Autokauf sparen – http://bit.ly/carwow-DE

2019 Mercedes-Benz S560e Plug-in Hybrid | Diamond White | Driving, Interior, Exterior

Mercedes-Benz S560e Specifications: ▪ Engine - 3.0-litre (2,996 cc), 6-cylinder (V6), turbo petrol ▪ Max output - 367 hp (270 kW) at 5,500-6,000 rpm ▪ Max torque - 500 Nm at 1,800-4,500 rpm ▪ Electric motor max output - 122 hp (90 kW) ▪ Electric motor max torque - 440 Nm ▪ Max system output - 476 hp (350 kW) ▪ Max system torque - 700 Nm ▪ Transmission - 9-speed automatic, RWD ▪ Battery capacity - 13.5 kWh ▪ 0-100 km/h - 5.0 seconds ▪ Top speed - 250 km/h ▪ Electric top speed - 130 km/h ▪ Fuel consumption - 2.5-2.6 l/100km combined ▪ Energy consumption - 20.0-20.2 kWh/100km combined ▪ Electric driving range - 50 km ________ CGI Snake by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/divider/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/

New Mercedes S-Class 2018 in-depth review - is it still the best? | Mat Watson Reviews

The Mercedes S-Class is one of the most luxurious cars on sale and absolutely rammed with high-tech features that wouldn't seem out of place in NASA's mission control, but what's it like to live with and how does it compare to the likes of the BMW 7 Series and Audi A8? I take a detailed look around and get behind the wheel to give you my verdict on this supremely comfortable executive saloon. Subscribe – http://www.youtube.com/c/Carwow?sub_c... Save – http://www.carwow.co.uk Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/carwowuk/ Insta – http://www.instagram.com/carwow_uk Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/carwowuk Read our full Mercedes S-Class review – https://www.carwow.co.uk/mercedes/s-class?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Make-mercedes-Model-s-class-Type-review Mercedes S-Class infotainment and interior review – https://www.carwow.co.uk/mercedes/s-class?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Make-mercedes-Model-s-class-Type-infotainment#review-interior Mercedes S-Class practicality review – https://www.carwow.co.uk/mercedes/s-class/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Make-mercedes-Model-s-class-Type-practicality#review-interior See the best Mercedes S-Class deals – https://www.carwow.co.uk/mercedes/s-class/deals?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Make-mercedes-Model-s-class-Type-deal Awkward haggling is a thing of the past with carwow. Choose your perfect car with our configurator tool and let the country’s best dealers compete over you. Compare the five best offers by price, location and dealer ratings and choose the one that’s right for you – no hassle, no haggling, just a great deal. Visit our site to save money on your new car – https://www.carwow.co.uk/

15 Driving Tricks They Don't Teach in Driving Schools

How to eliminate blind spots? How do you know when to stop as you are parallel parking? What should you never do before making a left turn? Even the most experienced drivers don’t always know all the nuances that can make driving easier. Bright Side explains how to feel at ease when driving, learn to avoid dangerous situations and become a confident driver. Every tip we are going to share is very important, so you’d better not miss any of them. TIMESTAMPS Get to know your vehicle 0:48 Check if all your mirrors are adjusted correctly 1:45 Don't drive in someone else's blind spot 2:26 Learn to feel where the wheels are 3:13 Park guided by your windows and mirrors 3:51 Learn to drive in bad weather 4:44 Dry your brakes after driving through a puddle 5:30 Watch out for the maneuvers of taller cars in front of you 6:06 If the car doesn’t start, turn the high beams on 6:35 Lower your rear-view mirror at night 7:00 Turn on the air conditioner 7:19 Use the handbrake regularly 7:34 If a car in the neighboring lane is slowing down, follow suit 7:54 Don’t let the illusion of low speed deceive you 8:12 Don’t turn the wheels beforehand when making a left turn 8:44 SUMMARY - Believe us, when you hit the roads you will have many things to worry about rather than finding the switches for your front and rear fog lights or your hazard light button. See it as getting ready for an important exam. The more time you take preparing for it and the better you know the material, the less stress you will have during the exam. - To eliminate blind spots, adjust your side-view mirrors so that you can’t see your car in them. To check if there is a blind spot, drive past another parked car in reverse, looking in your side-view mirror. As soon as it’s out of the picture, you should see it with your peripheral vision. - If you find yourself in a dangerous position, change it. A dangerous position is when you are driving along to the right and slightly behind another vehicle. You are likely to be in their blind spot, so they don’t see you. - If you want to avoid potholes on the road, you need to learn to feel where the wheels are. Feeling your vehicle is the key to being able to control it and it is crucially important for safe driving. - When perpendicular parking, stop once you see the curb under the side mirror. This way the distance between the car and the curb will be minimal, and you won’t scratch the bumper. When parallel parking, make sure you don’t scratch the hubcaps. Stick a piece of colored duct tape to the bottom of the windshield. - You never know what might happen and when you are going to have to drive in bad weather conditions, so it is better to be prepared. The best thing about practicing is that you can choose the time and place to do it. - Before even the smallest of puddles, you’d better slow down and go through it smoothly without maneuvering or changing speed. If you drive quickly, there is a chance of water getting into the ignition system and making the engine stall. - Drivers of taller vehicles (truck and buses) see road situations much more clearly. If they start to change lanes all at once, it’s likely that they saw a car accident or a different kind of roadblock. - In the times of global climate change, you never know where and when winter might come after you. Sometimes in winter the car just won’t start on the first try. It is not a reason to panic, call for help, or use public transportation instead. - To avoid being blinded by a car behind you, change the angle of the mirror by pulling down the lever under it. - Even when you don’t use the air conditioner (for example, in winter), turn it on regularly for a short period of time. - Even if you don’t do angle parking, use the handbrake regularly to keep it alive. The only exception is very cold weather. In such conditions, you’d better avoid using the handbrake so that the brake pads don’t freeze. - If you see a car in the neighboring lane slowing down, you should do the same. It’s likely that the driver wants to let a pedestrian or an animal pass. - On a straight road, the speed seems to be two times lower than it really is. It makes you want to speed up to give your vehicle a chance to show its full power. - It’s dangerous to turn the wheels in advance before making a left turn. They must be in the initial position. If a car hits you from the back, you might be thrown into the opposite lane where hitting other cars will be inevitable. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/

The S-Class has shown the way once again: The first model in which all of the components of the current plug-in-hybrid generation made their debut was the S 560 e (combined fuel consumption 2.6-2.5 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions 59-57 g/km, combined electrical consumption 20.2-20.0 kWh/100 km)1. The modified components and the intelligent powertrain management's new anticipatory functions give the customer enhanced electric performance and, last but not least, added convenience thanks to faster charging times. The efficiency of the 9G-TRONIC plug-in-hybrid transmission and a new lithium-ion battery in the luxury saloon are good for an all-electric range of around 50 kilometres. The hybrid drive system in the S 560 e combines the 270 kW (367 hp) of the V6 petrol engine with 90 kW of EQ Power to deliver a maximum system output of up to 350 kW.. The vehicle launch starts this month.

Mercedes-Benz's first hybrid generation made its debut in the S-Class S 400 Hybrid in 2009 with a 15 kW electric motor directly on the combustion engine without a separating clutch. This meant that the electric motor could recover energy during braking and boost acceleration, but it couldn't power the car by itself. In the second generation, the electric motor was at the transmission input and could run independently of the combustion engine (petrol or diesel).

The first plug-in hybrid system from Mercedes-Benz came out in 2014 in the shape of the S 500 Plug-In Hybrid. The available installation space was used to house a capacity of 8.7 kWh for an electric range of 33 km in the NEDC. The output of the electric drive was increased to 85 kW/340 Nm, which, in combination with the 245 kW six-cylinder petrol engine, made for a performance on a par with that of an eight-cylinder model.

The hybrid drive system in the S 560 e combines the 270 kW (367 hp) of the V6 petrol engine with an electric output of 90 kW. What's more, its lithium-ion battery stores a lot more energy, giving it an all-electric range of around 50 kilometres. The new cell chemistry with lithium-nickel-manganese-cobalt (Li-NMC) makes for a cell capacity of 37 Ah (previously 22 Ah). The highly efficient battery system in the S-Class comes, for the first time, from the wholly owned Daimler subsidiary Deutsche ACCUMOTIVE. The DC/DC converter previously housed separately in the luggage compartment is now installed in the power electronics housing. Despite an increase of around 50 percent in its energy content, the dimensions of the new battery are smaller than those of its predecessor.

Thanks to a water-cooled on-board charger with a capacity of 7.4 kW, the battery can be charged from 10 to 100 percent SoC (State of Charge) in approx. 1.5 hours at a Wallbox (Mercedes-Benz has introduced a new generation of these, too) if the full power is used. The same is possible in around five hours even at a conventional domestic power socket.

The four operating modes of the hybrid powertrain management and the five driving programs selectable by the driver control the interaction of the technology, meaning that the driver always has the final decision regarding whether to use the dynamic combination of engine and electric motor or opt for the luxury saloon's supremely efficient mode. In the case of the latter, the management system activates the combustion engine as little as possible and also ensures optimum distribution of the battery charge for the current route. To this end, the ECO Assist uses the data from all the driving assistance systems, including the navigation system, and indicates to the driver when it is best to come off the accelerator, both on the display and by means of the resistance point on the accelerator pedal.

The reward is many miles driven without the combustion engine, which means all the more opportunity to enjoy the unique comfort of the S-Class.

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