Mercedes-Benz is debuting a brand-new model of its eSprinter electric van. Batteries with a capacity of up to 113 kWh and a range of up to 400 km in mixed driving and up to 500 km in city driving are included in the latest version of the electric van, which does not include cobalt. Because the vehicle is assembled from separate modules, it is now possible to purchase electric drives for even the chassis that supports its superstructures.
Regarding technological advancements in electric transport vehicles, the brand-new eSprinter represents a significant leap forward. The new Mercedes-Benz eSprinter van has a range of up to about 400 km thanks to its highest battery capacity of 113 kWh. The electric van's range increases to approximately 500 km when driving in the city.
The new Mercedes-Benz eSprinter, on the other hand, is about more than just its range. Because the entire vehicle is constructed based on a modular concept in three separate components, it can be built in an infinite number of different configurations, just like the Sprinter has a combustion engine.
Every high-voltage component, except the battery and the engine, is located in the front module and the cab. Using the same front with any of the batteries or wheelbases is possible.
The battery module is installed underneath the chassis between the axles, which results in a reduced height of the vehicle's center of gravity and improved grip on the road. The third and last component of the modular system is the back axle, which includes the motor built into it.