Mercedes-Benz announced the launch of its new “EQC 400” in India, under the name “EQ”. At the launch event, the company said that it aims to change its production and open space for more electric vehicles. They will try to reach a 1.6 MW every year to reduce approximately 2,600 tons of CO2 per year.
On the other hand, in Germany, the EQC was barely managed to deliver 55 units in the German market last November. And we are not talking about an exact problem since the electric one does not appear in the list of the 20 most popular electricals in the German market in 2019. This indicates that it has not managed to reach even 1,000 units throughout the year.
The Mercedes-Benz EQC employs two asynchronous electric motors (the front optimized to achieve high efficiency, the rear to improve sports performance) that give it all-wheel drive, a power of 408 hp (300 kW), and a torque of 765 Nm. The vehicle is capable of doing 0 to 100 km/h in 5.1 seconds. The maximum speed is limited to 180 km/h.