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Mercedes-Benz launches series production of the new Natural Gas Sprinter

25 July 2016

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On July 21, 2016, Mercedes-Benz launched the new Sprinter van that runs on natural gas. The peculiarity of the car is that it is dual-fuel

The peculiarity of the car is that it is dual-fuel. The total volume of the cylinders is 124 liters. The Sprinter has a combined consumption of 7 to 8 kilograms of gas per 100 kilometers. The Mercedes-Benz 316 CDI engine develops 156 horsepower at 5000 rpm.

In fact, fuel savings can be about 30%, since the Sprinter NGT 316's range in gas mode is up to 470 kilometers & nbsp; and additionally more than 700 kilometers on gasoline. On the other hand, Mercedes-Benz has launched new Evasion Assist (EMA) technology for trucks and vans. The new system uses some advanced sensors in combination with the intelligence of high control performance and the operability of electrical mechanical components.

We think that the novelty will interest many.

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Source: GNV Magazine

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