Mercedes F125 Concept



Celebrating 125 years of the automobile, Mercedes revealed at the Frankfurt Auto Show car of the future – Mercedes F125 Concept. The F125 has a pretty futuristic propulsion system, it’s powered by a hydrogen-electric-hybrid engine and fuel tanks integrated into the car body, promising a top speed of 137 miles per hour, 0 to 62 in 4.9 seconds, and a range of 621 miles (1,000 km) on a full tank. On the inside, the design stays true to Mercedes-Benz – luxurious and spacious while still being modern and simple.



Just check out the spec sheet:

Length (mm) 4998
Width (mm) 1980
Height (mm) 1430
Wheelbase (mm) 3333
Boot capacity (l) 470
Wheels 7 ½ JX 23
Tyres 245/35 R 23
Peak output of rear motors (kW/hp) each approx. 100/136
Torque of rear motors (Nm) each approx. 200
Peak output of front motors (kW/hp) each approx. 50/68
Torque (front motors) (Nm) each approx. 75
Total sustained output (kW/hp) 170/231
Total peak output (kW/hp) 230/313
Wheel torque (Nm) 3440
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s) 4.9*
Acceleration 80-120 km/h (s) 3.2*
Top speed (km/h) 220*
Hydrogen consumption (kg/100 km) 0.79**
CO2 comb. (g/km min./max.) 0
Total range acc. to NEDC (km) 1000
Capacity of solid H2 reservoir (kg) approx. 7.5

[ Source: Mercedes-Benz ]


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