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BlueEfficiency, a very wide selection of green automotive technologies introduced by Mercedes at the Geneva Motor Show, will be available as an option for every single Mercedes Benz automobile. Dr. Thomas Weber, head of supervisory board at Daimler, tells CNBC "we will roll out this technology package from the A class, across the C class, up to the S class (that's as high the classes go). This package will be available for our customers in all model series of Mercedes." The best part the BlueEff
When Mercedes officially announced the BlueEFFICIENCY line of C-Class luxury sedans the other day, the company only showed us one picture: this one. Soon after, we got a small handful of other images, all of them highlighting the BlueEFFICIENCY traits of better engines, improved aerodynamics and other fuel-saving measures. You can peep these shots in the gallery below, keeping in mind that Europeans will be able to purchase the most economical of the BlueEFFICIENCY C-Class models - the 46-mpg C
Mercedes' C-Class luxury compact class just got a little greener. Well, since this is Daimler we're talking about, the correct term is bluer. Mercedes announced today the introduction of BlueEFFICIENCY, a combination of better engines, improved aerodynamics (.25 Cd!), lighter weights and smoother tires that reduce fuel consumption by up to 12 percent, to the C-Class.
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