CO2 emissions: 0 g/km
Power consumption (NEDC): 22.2* kWh/100 km
Range (NEDC): more than 450* km
Drive system: 2 asynchronous motors, all-wheel drive
Output: 300 kW (408 hp)
Peak torque: 765 Nm
Top speed: 180 km/h (governed)
Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 5.1 s
Battery energy content (NEDC): 80 kWh
Battery weight: 650 kg
Length/width (with mirrors)/height: 4,761/1,884 (2,096)/1,624 mm
Track width (FA/RA): 1,625/1,615 mm
Wheelbase: 2,873 mm
Boot capacity (depending on equipment): ca. 500 l
Kerb weight/perm. GVW/pay load (DIN): 2,425*/2,930/505 kg
Trailing load max. (12 %): 1,800 kg
Interior design: Progressive design idiom, modern materials
The high-quality interior of the EQC also pioneers an avant-garde electro-look. This applies to the form, material mix and user experience. There is a unique contrast between sensuous, soft surfaces, precise edges and geometrical shapes.
The instrument panel is designed as a driver-oriented cockpit. Both in volume and complexity, its upper section is reduced to what is essential. The signature Mercedes-Benz wing profile is asymmetrical, with a «cut-out» in the driver area. This is where one of the visual highlights of the cockpit is located – a high-tech, high gloss housing with rectangular air vents with key-shaped, rose-gold colored louvres. These are a feature of the new EQ design idiom, and are exclusive to this new model.
The instrument panel has a louvered metal surround reminiscent of the cooling fins found on high-quality music amplifiers. This design feature is a wrap-around extending into the doors. The simulated, metallic-look louvered rim continues into the door panels as a design highlight, and has integral mid-range speakers. This creates a harmonious contrast between high-tech aesthetics and classic door trim. The perforated plate feature is another repeated design motif. It is found at the top of the instrument panel support and in the mirror triangles. Round depressions of different diameters create a dramatic three-dimensional pattern. With the Burmester® Sound System, the mirror triangle accommodates the tweeter and has the familiar metallic look with a pattern of perforations and a key signature.
The instrument cluster and media display (two 10.25-inch displays standard) are housed behind a shared, continuous glass surface to form a large, free-standing screen. There is a touchpad in the center console as a further means of controlling many vehicle functions. The optional 64-color ambient lighting impressively illuminates the instrument panel, with LED lights coursing through the entire cockpit and across the deck with the air vents.
The EQ character of the interior is accentuated by a brand-specific color scheme that is unique in the Mercedes-Benz portfolio. High-grade materials such as leather, plus modern trim elements in an aluminum look or with natural grain wood, convey the familiar, high Mercedes-Benz quality.
A new, ultra-fine surface structure of the standard MB-Tex dashboard is pleasant to the touch and extends across the dashboard and upper doors. Also new is a futuristic, textile-like structure in metallic silver-grey. This new Progressive Luxury is further enhanced by elegant highlights in rose-gold.
The design and interior lines: Electric Art and AMG Line
The interior line Electric Art has the design features described above with rose-gold highlights. The Mercedes-Benz EQC is also available with the sporty AMG Line, with the options of AMG Line Interior and AMG Line Exterior.
The EQC with AMG Line Exterior features an AMG-specific radiator grille and mirror housings in the vehicle color. It also looks considerably sportier thanks to a distinctive front bumper. A wide rear bumper in an AMG design further reinforces this impression. Several new AMG wheel designs in sizes between 19 and 21 inches are available for the EQC.
The interior also becomes sportier with the AMG Line Interior. In addition to a three-spoke AMG multifunction sport steering wheel with flattened lower section, the package includes an AMG sport pedal cluster of brushed stainless steel. The seats are in black MB Tex leather/DINAMICA microfiber, with leather seats and carbon-fiber look trim available as an option. AMG floor mats round off the AMG Line Interior.
MBUX: Intuitive control structure and different display styles
The information of the instrument cluster and media display is easily legible on the large, high-resolution screens. Showcasing elements in an emotionally appealing manner underlines the comprehensibility of the control structure and impresses with brilliant pixel-perfect graphics.
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