And here it is, the upcoming 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC in all its glory.
The floodgates are now officially open. Brace yourself for a slew of new reports about the upcoming all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQC. To start, we're sharing the automaker's own video (above), which showcases the very first, official EQC test drive, which happens to take place on the streets of Los Angeles, California.
Additional Mercedes-Benz EQC News:
Very soon, we'll have a lengthy article sharing some of our own insights about Motor1.com's EQC first-drive experience in Oslo, Norway. In the meantime, we'll be providing you with the most pertinent coverage we can find. You'll see more if you scroll down.
The EQC will come to the U.S. near the beginning of 2020. There's still a lot that we don't yet know, but we anticipate more information becoming available close to launch. Our upcoming article will help to answer at least some of your most pressing questions.
Video Description via Mercedes-Benz on YouTube:
Mercedes-Benz EQC (2019): Test Drive in L.A.
[EQC 400 4MATIC: Stromverbrauch kombiniert: 20,8–19,7 kWh/100 km; CO₂-Emissionen kombiniert: 0 g/km.*]
Hop into the all-new Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC (2019) and let our host Felix Smith take you on a tour through the streets of Los Angeles, California. In this very first real EQC test drive we put the car through its paces. So here is – almost – everything you might want to know about the features and details of the first fully electric SUV by Mercedes-Benz and our idea of the electric future of mobility.
The two electric motors of the EQC 400 4MATIC produce 410 PS, which are good for a 0 to 60 mph sprint in just 5.1 seconds. But there’s so much more to this vehicle than sheer power. That’s why we also talk about the car’s different exterior lines, its technical features like recuperation and the integrated MBUX system with gesture control. Moreover, we thoroughly reviewed the car’s distinctive design, its five different driving modes, the charging options, and we give you the hard facts & numbers like the EQC’s driving range.
Do you fancy a test drive yourself, now?
We've also included another interesting related video below. It's an exclusive interview with Daimler Chief Design Officer Gorden Wagener:
Video Description via The Wheel Network on YouTube:
Mercedes-Benz EQC – Interview with Gorden Wagener
Mercedes-Benz EQC Specifications:
- Length/width/height/wheelbase - 4,761/1,884/1,624/2,873 mm
- Kerb weight - 2,425 kg
- Engine - 2 Asynchronous motors
- Max output - 408 hp (300 kW)
- Max torque - 765 Nm
- Battery type / capacity - Lithium-ion / 80 kWh
- Drive system - All-wheel drive
- 0-100 km/h - 5.1 seconds
- Top speed - 180 km/h (electronically limited)
- Energy consumption - 22.2 kWh/100km combined
*Video courtesy of: http://quickcarreview.com
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