M-B’s second commercial all-electric model (the first was eVito, while the third will be eCitan) is scheduled for production in 2019.

There will be two battery options – 41 kWh and 55 kWh.

The 41 kWh (like in eVito) will be able to drive up to 115 km (71.5 miles) under unfavorable conditions such as low ambient temperatures and a full load (of up to 1,040 kg or up to 10.5 m3 depending on version). The bigger battery provides range of up to 150 km (93 miles) under unfavorable conditions, but takes 140 kg of the payload, so only up to 900 kg will be possible.

Charging takes 6 or 8 hours using the 7.2 kW on-board charger or 45 minutes using a DC Combo charger.

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