The Mercedes-Benz EQC is a luxury electric car that comes to India via the CBU route. The Mercedes-Benz EQC ticks all these boxes, so it’s no surprise that Mercedes is demanding Rs.1.04 Cr (ex-showroom India) for it. With a price so high, the EQC gives the GLS a run for its money but in terms of size, it shares more with the GLC. The EQC comes with an 80kWh battery pack that powers two electric motors, one on each axle. The total output of these motors is 408PS and 760Nm. As per NEDC (New European Driving Cycle), the EQC can be driven more than 450km with the battery pack fully charged. The EQC will appeal to those who want to be the first to adapt to electric vehicles in India, without really compromising on luxury and comfort. Read More: - Mercedes-Benz EQC India Drive Review
Mercedes-Benz EQC comes with a 7.4kWh home charger that can charge the electric SUV from 10 to 100 percent in 10 hours. A regular 15amp socket portable charger, delivering a maximum of 3.4kWh of electricity can complete the 10 to 100 percent charge in 21 hours.