The eVito Tourer is a commercial passenger vehicle, targeted for a hotel shuttle, a large-capacity taxi or a vehicle for ride-sharing services, while the EQV is more for private customers or VIP shuttle.
In Germany, the new eVito Tourer starts at €53,990 (excl. VAT), at least several thousand below EQV.
The new Mercedes-Benz eVito Tourer is available in long (5,140 mm) and extra-long (5,370 mm) versions, which can take can take up to 9 passengers. According to specs, it can go up to 262 miles on a single charge, using its huge 100 kWh battery (actually 90 kWh is usable).
There is no shortage of power (150 kW peak) or charging options - 11 kW AC (three-phase) or DC fast charging (50 kW standard and 110 kW option). That's a huge upgrade compared to the previous Mercedes-Benz eVito Tourer with a 41.4 kWh battery, around 97-116 miles of range, 84 kW of power, slower AC charging and no DC option at all.
Gallery: New Mercedes-Benz eVito Tourer
The eVito Tourer is produced together with the standard Vito, and V-Class, as well as the all-electric EQV in Vitoria, northern Spain. The question is if and when the commercial delivery eVito van will also get the EV specs upgrade?
Mercedes-Benz eVito Tourer specs:
- up to 262 miles
- 100 kWh battery pack (90 kWh usable)
- Top speed of 87 mph standard and 100 mph optional
- Peak output of 204 bhp and 70 kW continuous output
- fast charging at up to 50 kW (standard): 10-80 % SOC in about 80 min
- fast charging at up to 110 kW (optional): 10-80 % SOC in about 45 min
- Charging time at a Wallbox or at public charging stations (AC charging, 11 kW): < 10h
- two length versions (5,140 mm and 5,370 mm) with gross vehicle weight (GVW) of 3500 kg
- Luggage compartment (max. depending on equipment) of 999 l (long), 1,390 l (extra-long)
- up to nine seats