The Mercedes-Benz S400 BlueHybrid gets 30 miles per gallon (7.9 liters/100 km) on the European test cycle. Its CO2 emissions are said to be 190 g/km. The car’s battery pack, which uses lithium ion cells built in France by JCI-Saft, contains 0.7 kilowatt-hours of energy. The battery pack is in the same place where the car’s standard lead-acid 12-Volt starter battery used to be. The S400 BlueHybrid is the first hybrid that uses lithium iron cells rather than nickle-metal-hydride.
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