Mercedes to Unveil All Electric Plug-Ins at Detroit Auto Show

[social_buttons]Mercedes-Benz plans to unveil all electric plug-ins next month at the 2009 Detroit Auto Show, according to Hybrid Cars. All models go zero to sixty in under 11 seconds!

The BlueZero E-Cell has a range of about 60 miles on a two hour charge. Included is a turbo-charged three-cylinder engine that has a range to 375 miles. The third model, the BlueZero F-Cell, uses a hydrogen fuel cell delivering 136 horsepower and zero emissions.

Hybrid Cars says these models are also a sneak peak into the next-gen Mercedes B-Class due in 2012.

Source: Hybrid Cars

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