The All-Electric EQC.
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The all-electric EQC 400 4MATIC
|Deposit / Trade-in||€24,880.50|
|36 Monthly Payments of||€970.04|
|Total Cost of Credit||€8,445.73|
A new drive. New aesthetics.
The EQC is the future of electric driving. And with it comes a unique new design style for Mercedes-Benz. The arresting blaradiator grille, the eye-catching LED wraparound band at the front and rear, and the seamless widescreen display all combine to create a modern, sleek and distinctive looking car that leaves a lasting impression.
The new design language of progressive luxury.
Every detail taken care of. Its individuality is not just in its engineering. Many elements of the interior, including the trim, upholstery and colours, were exclusively developed for the EQC
Inside it’s ambient lighting includes 64 individually selectable colours as well as several colour schemes and effects. The Widescreen cockpit of the EQC with it’s fully digital instrument display and the media display both have a screen diagonal of 26 cm (10.25") and together form a widescreen cockpit beneath an attractive glass panel. A uniquely sophisticated, high-quality look and feel.
The information is shown in high resolution and in colour, augmented by elaborate animations. Furthermore, the content can be positioned as required and operated intuitively by touch or voice control. The new EQC offers stillness like never before, alongside a whole new level of comfort. Intelligent programmes and surround sound can help make every drive a pleasure, while MBUX Augmented Reality helps you easily navigate to your destination.
Take a closer look.
Dynamic body control.
Seamlessly accelerates into an electric future.
The new Mercedes-Benz EQC is an all-electric SUV with plenty of space and comfort. Until you put your foot down. Then it becomes a sports car. Even from a standing start, full torque is available and smoothly catapults the EQC ahead. This is what sets the all electric drive apart from any conventional petrol or diesel car. The result is completely new, fascinating driving dynamics.
- 5.1s from 0-100 km/h
- 408 hp
- 180 km/h top speed (regulated)
- 445-471 Kilometres - electric-only range (NEDC)
- 80kWh battery
- 0 grammes CO2 emissions (combined)
- QC 400 4MATIC: electrical consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 25-22.3*
The stated figures were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process. Electrical consumption and range have been determined on the basis of Regulation (EC) No. 692/2008. Electrical consumption and range depend on the vehicle configuration.
The new generation of Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Drive.
Electric driving according to Mercedes Safety standards
The driver assistance systems in the EQC point the way to autonomous driving. Latest generation driver assistance systems can warn the driver depending on the situation, support him or her and even react automatically, for example to maintain the distance to the car in front, the speed or remain in lane, thus making life significantly easier for the driver.
EQC DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS INCLUDE:
- Active Speed Limit Assist*
- Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC*
- PRE-SAFE® Plus*
- Evasive Steering Assist*
- Active Parking Assist with PARKTRONIC*
- Blind Spot Assist
Shane O'Donoghue, Complete Car Ireland
Hands on with the New EQC.
The EQC isn't the first electric Mercedes, but it is the first of a new generation of EQ electric cars from the German brand. As the name indicates, it's of similar size to the Mercedes C-Class and GLC, but with a theoretical range of over 400 kilometres and over 400hp on tap, it's priced to compete with the other premium electric SUVs on the market.
One glance at the Mercedes EQC is enough to confirm that the aerodynamicists had a large part to play in shaping this EV; it looks smooth and there are no roof rails. That does, perhaps, lend to a little blandness from some angles, but that's recovered somewhat by expressive LED lighting front and rear, plus a distinctive new take on the Mercedes 'grille' featuring a prominent three-pointed star in the middle. That looks quite different in standard and AMG Line specification pictured here. The latter adds running boards, too. There are several cool wheel designs to choose from and even a silky matt-finish paint option if your pockets are deep enough.