Electric crossover Mercedes-Benz EQC debuts on September 4July 28, 2018
Completely ready for the start of the series production version of the electric crossover Mercedes-Benz EQC, will be presented to the global automotive community at the conference on the environment. The event will take place on September 4, 2018 in Stockholm (Sweden).
According to insiders, the world premiere of the first-ever German automotive Mercedes-Benz brand of the all-electric crossover EQC will take place in the framework of the upcoming auto show in Paris, which in turn will open this fall. It is also reported that in the US automotive market, the long-awaited novelty can be shown at the Auto Show in Los Angeles, and then in Detroit.
Let’s remind our readers that for the first time, the conceptual version of the electric crossover Mercedes-Benz EQC was shown in the fall of 2016.
To our great regret, we do not yet have official data on what will drive the German crossover. However, we know that the concept was equipped with 2 electric motors, the total power of which was equal to 408 hp. (The max torque was equal to 700 Nm), and the all-wheel drive system. Thanks to them, the crossover could accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 5 seconds, and on a fully charged battery, it could travel a distance of 500 km. The conceptual version of the Mercedes-Benz EQC received batteries for 70 kWh.
It is noteworthy that the German automotive brand has long accepted applications for its first fully electric crossover. However, only Norwegians can order this car – it is in this country that electromobiles are very popular, in particular because the state provides privileges to owners of environmentally friendly cars. In order to place a preliminary order for a novelty, car enthusiasts had to pay an advance of $ 2,500. It is expected that the first deliveries of the long-awaited novelties are planned for the next year. About the emergence of Mercedes-Benz EQC on the automotive market in Russia, so far nothing is known.
Not long ago, we wrote that the charged Mercedes-AMG A35 will make its debut in Paris.