1982 Mercedes-Benz W123 T PHEV
"The battery pack tipped the scale at 1,322 pounds (600 kilograms) and ate up most of the wagon’s cargo space. It stored enough electricity to power the car for up to 62 miles (100 kilometers) and it could be recharged on a regular European-spec 220-volt household outlet." Read more

1982 Mercedes-Benz W123 T PHEV

"The battery pack tipped the scale at 1,322 pounds (600 kilograms) and ate up most of the wagon’s cargo space. It stored enough electricity to power the car for up to 62 miles (100 kilometers) and it could be recharged on a regular European-spec 220-volt household outlet." Read more

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    The Electric Car Mercedes had in 1982
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