They certainly do. The 2010 Mercedes-Benz S400 Hybrid is actually the world’s first car that has a lithium ion battery as part of the engine. Arriving in showrooms in August of 2009, the S400 represented the first mass produced Mercedes-Benz with a hybrid engine. However, priced at 90,000 dollars, it doesn’t exactly have the mass market appeal that most hybrids out recently have been attempting to attain.
Mercedes has a 2010 s400 that is a mild hybrid. Its much better for the environment compared to traditional Mercedes cars, but its not like a Prius or Honda. It cannot function on electricity solely but it still shuts on and off when stopped for a long time. If you’re a Mercedes lover and environmentalist its the best fusion of the two.
Mercedes has recently created a new hybrid called the E300 BlueTEC. The vehicle combines a 2.2-liter four-cylinder diesel engine with a powerful hybrid module. The electric motor will get its energy from a high-voltage, lithium-ion battery, similar to the S 400 Hybrid. No price has been released, but considering it is a Mercedes, it will probably cost a pretty penny.
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