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Mercedes EQC

Mercedes EQC

REVIEW

What do you get when you cross a Mercedes GLC and a Tesla? You get the first ground-up electric vehicle from Mercedes-Benz – the EQC. Styled as an SUV but with loads of interior room, the EQC takes the EV design school of making the normal car look a bit boring and adds lots of smooth edges and rounded parts to make it more aerodynamically efficient. It may not be to everyone’s liking, but there’s no mistaking it for a car from the next generation. The interior is a work of art too, with rose gold accents to the vents and other bits, along with massive screens ahead of the driver for all the driving and infotainment functions. Power is via an 80kWh battery which gives the EQC a real world range of 249 miles on the WLTP cycle, more than enough for most people. Performance is pretty brisk too, with a 5.1 second sprint to 62mph thanks to the huge 765Nm of torque and 402bhp.

Stats

Engine / CylsEV Power402bhp
DisplacementEV Torque765 Nm
Engine PositionEV Top Speed112mph
DrivetrainAWD CO2n/a g/km
MPGn/a mpg Retail Price£90,000
0-62mph5.1secs Cash Alternative£72,000

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