Daimler Denza EV will debut at the Beijing

Daimler Denza EV will debut at the Beijing

Daimler unveiled new details about its new electric vehicle, called Denza. Developed in conjunction with the Chinese manufacturer BYD, the green car will be presented at the Hall of Beijing in April and should start to be sold in China in late 2014.

The company declined to release more information and technical specifications of the model, but the image-teaser shows that the vehicle will have a different front grille and headlights LED.Tamb?m was confirmed by the German automaker that ABB will provide fast chargers will be for the new electric vehicle.

The chargers, which will be available in dealerships and promise to significantly reduce the cooldown of Denza EV, are high-tech, as they operate with a mobile application that allows owners to remotely control the session clearance and receive notifications of status "supply ".

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