The Mercedes-Benz EQC is the very first all-electric car from the Mercedes stable. The EQC was revealed in September 2018 and is also the first production vehicle from the new EQ all-electric sub brand from Mercedes-Benz. The Mercedes- Benz EQC has a very familiar font end with a large grille and a twin slat AMG- esque design. The silhouette is similar to that of a conventional car, however, the futuristic design language makes its look extremely handsome.
The Mercedes-Benz EQC gets a dual motor setup, one for the front axle and one for the rear. Combined output stands at 402 bhp and it develops 765 Nm of peak torque. The new EQC gets an all-electric range of 450 kms.The Mercedes-Benz EQC is the company’s first production electric car ever. The EQC is an SUV and it will take on the likes of the Jaguar I-Pace and the Tesla Model X along with upcoming electric cars from a range of automakers like BMW and Audi. The Mercedes-Benz EQC has a very familiar font end with a large grille and a twin slat AMG-esque design. The grille itself is shrouded with a black surround that flows into the LED headlamps. The LED daytime running lights in the headlamp itself are complemented with a LED lighting strip just over the front grille. The rear is very Porsche Cayenne-esque with its twin LED tail lamps joined together with a lighting strip while in profile, the EQC is very sleek and as we have said already, rather sexy. The EQC gets a similar flap like you get on a normal petrol or diesel powered car, only this time, it is used to plug in the electric charger instead. Mercedes-Benz has given the EQC badging on the front fenders enclosed in a little gloss black panel along with badging on the rear, in this case, reading EQC 400. The interior on the new Mercedes -Benz EQC is a very familiar one too. The infotainment and instrument cluster are identical to what you get on the likes of an E-Class while the central console has a similar feel too. Of course, there are some changes, including some design elements that ape cooling vents on an electric motor and new AC vents too. Under the skin, the Mercedes-Benz EQC gets a dual motor setup, one for the front axle and one for the rear. Thismakes the EQC an all-wheel drive SUV or in Mercedes jargon, 4Matic. The EQC make a combined 402 bhp of peak power and 765 Nm of peak torque.The new EQC gets an all-electric range of 450 kms with a quick charge option on the SUV too.