Mercedes-Benz EQC received a lot of praise from Fully Charged’s Robert Llewellyn.
The most recent episode of Fully Charged is about the upcoming Mercedes-Benz EQC 400, which quickly gained Robert Llewellyn’s attention.
A few hours with the car in Norway revealed it’s a very interesting all-electric SUV, with exceptional comfort, full of tech features and gadgets and also maybe the quietest (or at least one of the quietest) BEVs so far.
The human-machine interface is excellent, so the driver can quickly get used to all of the features, although you better watch out with the “Mercedes” word as it will wake up the assistant.
“For this Fully Charged car review, Robert Llewellyn gets in a Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4matic (a zero tailpipe emission SUV) full of doubt.
Five minutes later he’s in love.”
Preliminary energy consumption numbers of 24 kWh per 100 km (62 miles) or 2.59 miles (4.17 km) per kWh indicate that it will be a relatively efficient BEV (between Tesla and Audi e-tron/Jaguar I-PACE, we guess).
One of the greatest features implemented in the EQC is the charging software, which eliminates the necessity to use apps or cards – all you do need is to connect (to tens of thousands of compatible charging points) and charging starts automatically. This feature is coming to other models and brands in Europe and North America.
Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 specs:
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