Discover the power of electric with the EQC.
Introducing the EQC. A 4x4 that's 100% electric, yet unmistakably Mercedes-Benz. With its surprising range and innovative driver assistance features, combined with extensive charging points across the UK, it represents a whole new way to drive electric.
With a 'Hey Mercedes' or a touch of the high resolution widescreen display, you can access the car's features, making it easy to choose a playlist or select a destination to navigate to. Over time, MBUX will even offer suggestions based on your habits.
The EQC is the future of electric driving. And with it comes a unique new design style for Mercedes-Benz. The arresting black-panel radiator 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.
Wherever your journey takes you, the advanced driver assistance systems in the EQC make for a more comfortable and safer driving experience. In an emergency, they automatically react to help you avoid road dangers, and a night, the MULTIBEAM headlights adapt to their surroundings and oncoming cars without you even lifting a finger. Parking like a pro is effortless too. The EQC's cameras give you a 360° view, so you can manoeuvre into any space.
The benefits of going electric with Mercedes-Benz are clear, not just for you, but for the environment too. Local emission-free driving is just the start, but we also are using less resource consuming materials, such as recycled plastic and reusable raw materials, in our electric cars. There are also 99 components made from renewable materials like hemp, kenaf, wool, cotton, paper and natural rubber. All together you can see that the EQC makes a world of a difference.
|EQC 400||All-electric range of up to 255 miles|
|Charge in approx. 40 minutes|
|Benefit in Kind tax rate 2% (2022/2023)|
The indicated values were determined according to the prescribed measurement method – Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). Figures shown may include options which are not available in the UK. Specified voltage and current values refer to network infrastructure and can be limited by the vehicle. Times are from 10–80% charge using public rapid charging at 110 kW.