Mercedes-Benz EQC received two new versionsFebruary 18, 2021
The German automaker has expanded the range of proposed modifications of the EQC crossover with two new versions – the EQC 400 4MATIC and the EQC 400 4Matic AMG Line.
The basic version of the Mercedes electric crossover is now offered in Germany at a price of 66 thousand euros, while the “charged” version is estimated at 73.2 thousand euros.
The EQC 400 4Matic AMG Line received a package of the same name, which includes a black radiator grille with chrome elements, a special front bumper, high-gloss black inserts, functional air ducts, a wider rear bumper, a black diffuser with chrome trim, side mirror covers in body color and 19 ” light alloy wheels in tantalum gray.
Also standard is AMG-specific front sports seats, Artico leather and Dinamica microfibre upholstery, gray topstitching, Nappa leather on the dashboard, contrast stitching, black door cards with black stitching, anthracite carbon fiber trim, sports steering wheel leather-wrapped sports pedals with black rubber inserts, chrome door pins and AMG floor mats.
The EQC 400 4Matic AMG Line also includes an interior lighting package, a comfort package and mirrors, a luggage compartment lid with easy-pack, heat and noise insulation glass, premium audio, ambient lighting and Active Parking Assist.
Starting in January 2021, the Mercedes EQC will be equipped with an 11 kW charger, which allows the 80 kWh battery to be charged much faster from a home station or public charging stations.
Recall that the twin-engine version of the electric crossover produces 408 hp. power and 760 Nm of torque, which allows it to accelerate to 100 km / h in 5.1 seconds, as well as up to 180 km / h top speed.
- Compact crossover Nissan Magnite enters the global market
- Audi from 2026 will completely abandon the internal combustion engine and switch to the production of electric cars
- Tuned Porsche 911 GT2 becomes the world’s fastest street car at the Nurburgring
- Hongqi’s new 5m E-QM5 electric sedan unveiled
- Aston Martin unveils a special Vantage roadster to celebrate the A3’s 100th anniversary