Mercedes-Benz has suspended the production of EQC electric carsFebruary 25, 2019
The company has a lack of batteries for electric crossover.
The Mercedes-Benz company freezes the production of the EQC electric crossover for three months due to battery supply problems.
The pre-assembly model was scheduled to begin in June 2019, but most shipments were postponed to November, Handelsblatt writes.
Some cars are likely to still be delivered to selected buyers in June. However, many will have to wait until accum automotive, a subsidiary of Daimler, is able to collect enough EQC batteries.
Recall that the presentation of the Mercedes-Benz EQC took place in September 2018. The electric car is equipped with a battery of 80 kWh, which provides a stroke of approximately 320 km. The car got two engines, which in total issue 402 hp and 765 Hm.
Previously, it was mentioned that Tesla will take up the electric wagons Mercedes Sprinter. Daimler is negotiating with Tesla about working together on electric beads.
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