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The new-generation Mercedes-Benz wallbox features charging at 22 kW and makes it possible for the first time, among other things, to control various functions from a smartphone. These include charging control, user management and consumption overview.

The new-generation home charging station from Mercedes-Benz also comes in an even more elegant housing design with cable management. It will be available for European customers from summer 2018; more than 40 other markets will later follow.


Customers can choose between three versions: the basic Wallbox Home, the internet-capable Wallbox Advanced and the Wallbox Twin for charging two vehicles at the same time.

The intelligent Advanced and Twin wallboxes are internet-capable, with a built-in electricity meter and allow access control by RFID (Radio Frequency Identification). This makes it possible to manage several vehicles of different users, which is especially attractive for fleets, as well as for office communities or apartment buildings.

Due to intelligent sharing of the charging power by local load management with up to 14 additional wallboxes, there is no need—even if several wallboxes are installed—for expensive upgrading of the existing house connection.

Wallbox Twin allows two vehicles (each with 11 kW) to be charged simultaneously from the same wallbox. The Home and Advanced wallboxes will be available from summer 2018, with the Twin variant coming out slightly later in the year.

The new Wallbox Web App makes it possible for charging control, user management, charging statistics and cost-optimised charging to be adjusted very simply from a smartphone. Also optionally available in Europe is a local billing service for company cars as well as Wallbox Sharing with the partners ABL and


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