The Mercedes EQC should be on sale at the start of 2020. However, the company pushed back the US launch with no further explanation than that the wait is only “to support the growing customer demand for EQC” in the US.
America is the second-biggest car market in the world, just behind China. However, when it comes to all-electric vehicles, it is still behind Europe, with a fast-growing of electric cars since the strict emissions regulations packages put in place by the European Union.
One of the reasons that Mercedes pushed back could be the 200 miles range that the EQC has is lower than the Tesla Model 3, which is cheaper. Mercedes also promised ten all-electric vehicles by 2022.