Mercedes-Benz automaker manufacture has unveiled a new series of the S 250 CDI BlueEfficiency with four-cylinder engine in its line-up for the first time in its 60-year history and show it on the Paris Auto Show last september 2010. Mercedes-Benz S 250 CDI the themes of environmentally friendly hybrid car and as demonstrating its commitment to producing efficient cars.
The 2011 Mercedes-Benz S 250 CDI BlueEfficiency is powered by the company’s tried-and-true direct-injected 2.2 litre four-cylinder diesel engine, developing 150kW and an impressive 500Nm of torque at 1600rpm. It has an official combined cycle fuel economy figure of 41.3mpg. That means CO2 emissions are 149g/km, which apparently makes it the first car in its class with emissions of less than 150g/km.
Mercedes-Benz Australia’s Jerry Stamoulis confirmed that the S 250 CDI is under consideration for Australia, and the company hopes to confirm details later this year, information from themotorreport