eVito Panel Van | Mercedes-Benz Vans

Efficient electric drive, now with much greater range.

The eVito Panel Van is just as functional, secure and comfortable as you have come to expect from a Mercedes-Benz Vito. The highly efficient electric motor has a maximum output of 85 kW (116 hp) and delivers up to 300 Nm torque.

With a range of up to 314 km (WLTP)1, the eVito Panel Van is particularly suitable for trips in urban environments and beyond. The usable battery capacity is 60 kWh and in its standard specification, it can be charged from 10 to 80 % at a rapid charging station with up to 50 kW2 in approximately 50 minutes3 – as an option, it is even possible to charge the battery with up to 80 kW2 in around 35 minutes3. With an AC charging output of max. 11 kW, the battery can be charged from 0 to 100 % in under 6.5 hours. With a load compartment volume of up to 6.6 m3 there are no restrictions whatsoever due to the electric drive.

Key features of the eVito Panel Van:

  • Highly efficient electric motor with a maximum 85 kW (116 hp) and up to 300 Nm torque
  • Up to 314 km electric range
  • 60 kWh usable battery capacity, 66kWh installed.
  • Charging capacity of up to 7.4 kW
  • Front-wheel drive
  • Around 6.5 hours charging time from 0 to 100% with AC charge
  • Around 50 minutes charging time from 10-80% with DC charge

Electrical consumption and range have been determined on the basis of Directive 2017/1151/EU. Electrical consumption and range are dependent on the vehicle configuration, and in particular on the selected maximum speed restriction.


Max. DC charging power
Maximum charging power at DC charging stations with a supply voltage of 400 volts, current of 300 A. Maximum charging power is dependent on various factors, such as the ambient temperature, battery temperature and charge level of the battery at the start of charging. 


Min. DC charging time
Minimum charging time from 10 to 80 % under optimal conditions at a DC charging station with a supply voltage of 400 volts, current of 300 A. Charging time may vary depending on various factors, such as ambient temperature and battery temperature, as well as the use of additional auxiliary consumers, e.g. heating.