B-Class Electric Drive

Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive

The sandwich floor at the bottom of the Mercedes-Benz B-Class first appeared with the introduction of the A-Class in 1997. At the time, Mercedes stressed that the floor's design was for crash safety, allowing the engine and driveline components to slide under the forward occupants in an accident. To the current point, the Germans said this design would one day be suitable for fitting alternative powertrains in mainstream cars – like batteries for an electric vehicle.It took 17 years, but the evolution of that design exists today in the fully electric Mercedes-Benz B-Class. The result is…

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