Mercedes-Benz created an electrical model of the Vito, which is bought as the Metris in The us, generally for crowded European towns implementing emissions-free of charge zones. The battery-driven van (pictured) is not scheduled to go on sale in the United States at this stage, but Autoblog realized that could modify in the coming many years.
“The responses we’re finding with regards to our electrical vans now in the market is continually positive. Seeking forward, we experience rather bullish,” spelled out Marcus Breitschwerdt, the head of Mercedes-Benz’s van-constructing division, in an interview with Autoblog. We ended up promptly informed