Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the first all-electric SUV “MERCEDES EQC” The new Mercedes-Benz EQC is the first electric vehicle from Mercedes-Benz to be safe, comfortable and reliable. this car will first be built in Bremen in Germany and it shares a platform with the GLC compact SUV. The car joins the Porsche Taycan, Audi E-tron and Jaguar I-Pace
The front is covered by a so-called black panel it got a very big front grille and multibeam LED headlamps. and there is a daytime running light strip is connected at the front. The total length of the car is 4 meter 76. it is a crossover style that has some SUV look. The battery pack is placed in the lower area. which 50 kilograms of weight adding to the overall weight of 2.4 tons. The battery is liquid-cooled, and also features a built-in battery heater to allow consistent performance without damage in sub-zero driving conditions. the rim goes from 19 inches to 21. there are no roof rails (increases wind efficiency). at the rear, the defining element is the light strip that goes all over the rear of the vehicle. The rear end is sharp, slick and clean, with a slash of tail-light.
The EQC features a 300-kW (402-hp) intelligent 4WD electric powertrain with a 450-km (280-mi) range from its fast-charging 80-kWh battery. powered by a twin-motor setup, one at each axle, generating a combined 300 kW (402 hp) and 564 lb-ft (765 Nm) of torque. The 0-100 km sprint will be dispatched in 5.1 seconds, making it a few tenths slower than Tesla’s Model X. It drives with a limited top speed of 180 km/h and the estimated range is up to 450 km. The EQC is configured to handle as much as 110 kW during DC fast charging it can charge the battery from 0-80 percent in just 40 mins. Regular wall socket charging will use a 7.4-kW onboard charger.
The interiors get a futuristic feel with rose gold cabin accents. Two 10.3-inch screens, part of the MBUX infotainment system, dominates the dashboard with a host of features including voice control. There are a number of different drive modes available, altering the balance of performance and efficiency.