2019 Mercedes Benz C-Class Cabriolet Performance Specs - Mercedes Benz Cars Review
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A new generation of four-cylinder petrol engines (M 264) is being launched in the new C-Class. The new petrol model is coming initially as the C 200 and C 200 4MATIC with a displacement of 1.5 litres. At the same time these models are equipped with an additional 48-volt on-board network with a belt-driven starter/alternator (EQ Boost). A 2.0-litre variant will follow later.
The combination of a 48-volt on-board network and EQ Boost creates the conditions for additional functions that help to reduce fuel consumption even further, while improving agility and comfort characteristics. When accelerating, EQ Boost can assist the 135 kW (184 hp) engine with an additional 10 kW (14 hp), bridging the brief moment until the turbocharger has built up its full charge pressure. During deceleration, the starter/alternator recuperates kinetic energy and charges the battery.
Other advantages include gliding mode with the engine switched off, and the recuperative brake with intelligent engine stop when the vehicle is coasting: recuperation only begins with overrun cut-off when braking. When the speed falls below a certain minimum level, the powertrain is decoupled and the engine is switched off. This has the advantage of maximum fuel savings through recuperation together with comfortable vehicle response.
Mercedes-AMG: More performance for the C43
With a multitude of carefully coordinated measures the AMG developers have enhanced the vehicle dynamics even further. The 3.0-litre V6 engine now develops 287 kW (390 hp), i.e. 17 kW (23 hp) more than before. The peak torque of 520 Nm is available in a wide engine speed range from 2500 to 5000 rpm. The new C43 4MATIC Coupé accelerates from a standstill to 100 km/h in 4.7 seconds, and the Cabriolet in 4.8 seconds. The top speed is electronically limited to 250 km/h.
Mobility with the digital key: The C-Class uses NFC technology
The optional digital vehicle key uses Near Field Communication (NFC) to turn the customer’s smartphone into a vehicle key. Not every smartphone has an NFC interface that complies with Mercedes-Benz security standards. But for the new C-Class, and initially in Germany, there is a special digital vehicle key sticker with a built-in microcontroller. Customers can order this sticker from the Mercedes me portal. Delivery is through a Mercedes-Benz sales partner.
With the digital vehicle key sticker, which the user can put on the back of their smartphone, for instance, the vehicle can be opened, locked and started without the driver even touching it. To start the engine, the driver simply needs to place the smartphone with the sticker in the centre console stowage tray. Mobile devices corresponding to the Qi standard can be charged conveniently while on the move with the optional wireless charging system. The charging surface in the quick stowage tray at the front of the centre console is also suitable for large smartphones. This function also includes multifunction telephony, which additionally pairs the smartphone with the vehicle’s exterior aerial. This equips the vehicle for the best possible telephone connections and data transfer.
via : Mercedes