Electric Mercedes-Benz EQC received Maybach-style tuningMarch 15, 2020
The tuning package added to the car changes in the exterior and luxury in the cabin.
Specialists of the tuning studio Hofele Design decided to finalize the electric crossover Mercedes-Benz EQC. After modernization, the appearance of the car began to resemble a luxury Maybach. From the exterior, first of all, we note the radiator grill with vertical sections, which are typical for Maybach. The crossover also adopted the design of rims with a large number of spokes and low-profile tires from the premium sedan. Changes in the interior have become much more noticeable. The seats were lined with red Alcantara with a diamond-shaped stitching. Such materials were also used to design door cards, roofs and steering wheels.
There is no information about the power plant, but most likely it will be preserved from the serial version of the cross.
In this case, the car is driven by an electric motor with a return of 408 hp. at 760 Nm of torque. To accelerate to 100 km / h, the Mercedes-Benz EQC spends just 5.1 seconds. The cost of a package of improvements in a tuning studio has not yet been announced.
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