The Mercedes-Benz E300 BlueTEC HYBRID consolidates the superb mileage of the 4‑cylinder diesel motor over long separations (motorway, between urban) with the upsides of an effective half and half in city and stop and go activity. It in this way displays great productivity without any bargains: on account of the conservative half and half idea there are no confinements as far as extensive size, solace and security.
In the Mercedes-Benz E300 BlueTEC HYBRID, Mercedes-Benz has joined the 2.2-liter four-chamber diesel motor creating 150 kW (204 hp) with an intense half and half module. Its 20 kW electric engine, situated between the inside ignition motor and the 7-speed programmed transmission, helps the diesel motor when the auto is quickening (support impact) and, in alternator mode, is utilized for the recovery of braking vitality, in spite of the fact that it is likewise reasonable for driving under electric power alone. In light of the secluded half and half standard created by Mercedes-Benz, this diesel cross breed is beginning another time in mixture drive frameworks. The fuel utilization of the E300 BlueTEC HYBRID is 4.2 liters for every 100 kilometers (CO2: 109 g/km).
The Mercedes-Benz E300 BlueTEC HYBRID is based on the E250 CDI, yet has a higher output and approx. 15 percent lower fuel consumption.
The compact electric motor, which is installed in space-saving configuration in the clutch housing between engine and transmission, is a 3-phase AC internal rotor magneto motor which generates a maximum output of 20 kW and peak torque of 250 Nm at an operating voltage of 120 volts.