Mercedes-Benz removes camouflage from the crossover EQCAugust 12, 2018
Yes, we finally got it – guys from the Mercedes-Benz brand are starting to remove camouflage film from the first ever company, the fully electric crossover EQC. But they do it apparently very reluctantly – at the moment the film is not only on the front optics. No data on prices, versions of complete sets, as well as details of the technical “stuffing” of the car so far there.
The sensation around the fully electric crossover Mercedes-Benz EQC, which will be the first 100% environmentally friendly car in the history of the German automaker, has been going on for the last couple of years. Let’s notice, that company Mercedes-Benz some time has opened reception of orders for the novelty which by the way should make worthy competition to British electric crossover Jaguar I-PACE. Mercedes-Benz EQC can be ordered only in Norway.
Note that all the test samples of this car, which managed to capture the foreign photoshooters, had one thing in common – in these pictures the novelty was completely in camouflage film. Now, our colleagues managed to shoot a prototype Mercedes-Benz EQC, which can see the front optics. Pictures were at the disposal of our editorial office literally a couple of hours ago.
At the moment it is known that about 200 test prototypes of a fully electric German crossover have already been produced. Where so much? Engineers of the car manufacturer test the car in different regions of our planet in order to find out how the car behaves in this or that situation.
According to official data, the conceptual version of the EQC crossover can travel on one charge of about 500 km, while the British Jaguar I-PACE received a battery that is enough for 475 km. And two electric motors could develop a total capacity of 408 hp (The “ceiling” of torque is 700 Nm).
Finally, we want to note that, according to insiders, the official presentation of the serial version of the German novelty will be held on September 04. The appearance of the Mercedes-Benz EQC will be something average, between the previously presented concept and the current version of the compact crossover GLC.
Not so long ago, our automotive publication wrote that G-Power presented a package of modifications for the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S.