2020 Mercedes EQC; Specs, Features, Release Date
The electric SUV 2020 Mercedes EQC could debut in 2019 to be on sale in 2020. The development of Mercedes’s first electric SUV seems to be a good point, as shown by the photos of the prototype in action on the snow-capped roads taken by autoexpress (above). The model should call it Mercedes EQ C when it will debut on the market in two years. The Mercedes EQ C, which should be similar in size to the current Mercedes GLC, will be tasked with challenging Jaguar I-Pace, Audi e-tron quattro, Tesla Model Y and the future BMW IX in the electric crossover segment that is being formed in the market. The EQ will be a family of electric cars and the next model to that of this page should be the EQ-A.
2020 Mercedes EQC Features
the design of the future electric SUV 2020 Mercedes EQ C will be inspired by the Generation EQ Concept, exhibited at the 2016 Paris Motor Show (photo above), while the platform used should be the new MEA (Modular Electric Architecture). For the electrical system it is assumed the adoption of a battery pack of at least 70 kWh, sufficient to guarantee an autonomy of approximately 480 km. As for the engine, it is thought that Mercedes will propose different levels of power with the top version capable of delivering about 300 kW, that is around 400 hp, and to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in a time less than 5 “. The EQ C, as mentioned, should debut in 2019, although for marketing you will probably have to wait for 2020. Recall that model is part of the Mercedes plan that involves the introduction of ten electric cars by 2025.
The Final Product of the electric SUV presently can’t seem to be uncovered, so the reservations (20,019 NOK/~$2,500 USD) are completely refundable now. The intrigue is clearly so high however, that the reservations are constrained to one for every individual.
Mercedes has noticed a high loan cost since they began gathering stores this past Thursday, and keeping in mind that they didn’t give a number, the number had supposedly moved toward 2,000 units by time of press today.