The new Mercedes-Benz is coming this year, after its eagerly awaited worldwide introduction at the Beijing Motor Show. While we know the vast majority of the highlights in the new age A-Class, on account of the various government operative shots. The greatest news coming in is that the new age A-Class will include new diesel motors from the French carmakers, Renault. Censured OM 608, the new diesel motor will make a big appearance in May in the A180d form and will likewise include, out of the blue, a SCR impetus with AdBlue fumes liquid.
"Mercedes-Benz's new generation of engines already demonstrated two years ago, how the NOx-challenge in Diesel cars can be solved technically. We are fully committed to modern diesel engines as part of the drive mix for the future," said Ola Kallenius, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG, in charge of Group Research and Mercedes-Benz Cars Development. Mercedes-Benz diesel motors of the new age OM 608 as of now accomplished normal NOx emanations of around 40 to 60 milligrams for every kilometer on RDE ventures. These NOx discharges are hence well underneath the current RDE breaking point of 168 mg/km and even beneath the research facility cut off of 80 mg/km.
While all the previously mentioned gets excessively specialized, what it really implies is that the new motor gets an additional 7 bhp that the past age of motors. This is thus returns max energy of 114 bhp and pinnacle torque of 260Nm. This new motor can take the A180d from 0-100kmph in only 10.5 seconds and a best speed of 202kmph. The new motor is made as a team with Renault and the 1.5-liter diesel comes coupled to Mercedes' 7G-DCT unit.