The EQC is the first Mercedes-Benz under the product and technology brand EQ (standing for Electric Intelligence) with a sophisticated operating strategy enabling an electric range of more than 450 kilometres according to NEDC.
With its seamless, clear design and colour highlights typical of the brand, the EQC is a pioneer for an avant-garde electric look while representing the design idiom of Progressive Luxury points the way to the future. Large black-panel surface as a striking front feature and optical fibres as a visual link to the torch-like daytime running lamps, the EQC has an innovative and modern interior design inspired by the world of consumer electronics. With respect to quality, safety and comfort the EQC is the Mercedes-Benz among electric vehicles, and highly convincing in the sum of its attributes. These are accompanied by dynamic performance, thanks to two electric motors at the front and rear axles with a combined output of 300 kilowatts.
In addition to high safety, the EQC provides latest-generation driving assistance systems with new tailback management functions and extensive crash test programme. Extremely quiet interior, pre-climatisation bringing no scraping ice in the winter and no perspiration in the summer, likewise the trailblazing MBUX multimedia system with battery produced by the Daimler subsidiary Deutsche Accumotive.
The EQ also offers comprehensive services with Mercedes me, and makes electromobility convenient and suitable for day-to-day motoring. The EQC is more than just a car, it also symbolises the start of a new mobility era at Daimler. Conceived to meet all the requirements for a battery-electric drive system with various driving modes with different characteristics, offering customers with a superior and excitingly dynamic driving experience. The EQC is coming in mid-2019 as an entry into Formel E for the 2019/20 season.
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