The design of the Mercedes-Benz EQC
The new Mercedes-Benz EQC was just unveiled. Time for a first check-in with our experts to learn more about the exterior and interior design! Learn more: mb4.me/EQC_fb[Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC | Stromverbrauch kombiniert: 22,2 kWh/100 km | CO2-Emissionen kombiniert: 0 g/km. Angaben vorläufig. http://mb4.me/eqc-disclaimer]
โพสต์โดย Mercedes-Benz เมื่อ วันอังคารที่ 4 กันยายน 2018
Stockholm, Sweden — Mercedes-Benz has introduced the EQC, its first EQ-branded electric vehicle with a range of up to 450 kilometers.
Mercedes-Benz announced at the world premiere of the new model that the EQC comes with outstanding performance, thanks to electric motors on the front and rear axles. Acceleration from 0-100km/h takes 5.1 seconds and the top speed is limited at 180km/h.
The EQC is the first Mercedes-Benz model under the EQ brand, with distinctive design details and vibrant colors, both inside and out. The EQC carries the “Progressive Luxury” design concept, which is a combination of digital and analog elements.
The extended roofline and window layout with a low waistline and the coupé-like roof recess at the rear visually position it between an SUV and an SUV coupe.
There is the large black-panel surface enclosing the headlamps and grille, which is bordered at the top by an optical fibre as a visual link between the torch-like daytime running lamps. At night this creates an almost uninterrupted, horizontal light band. The inner housings and tubes of the standard MULTIBEAM LED headlamps are in high-gloss black.
The interior design concept is based on electrical equipment, for example the ribbed edge of the instrument panel, which resembles the cooling fins of a large power amplifier.
The EQC has a small electric motor on each axle, giving it the driving characteristic of an all-wheel-drive. To reduce energy consumption and increase work efficiency of the drive system, the electrical system has different configurations: the front electric motor is optimized for low to medium loads, and the rear motors provide performance at high speeds. They team up to offer a combined output of 300 kW and a maximum torque of 765 Nm.
Mercedes-Benz engineers said that the lithium-ion battery has an energy content 80 kWh (NEDC) and the car has five different driving programs, each with different characteristics, including COMFORT, ECO, MAX RANGE, SPORT and programmable by the driver.
CO2 emissions: 0 g/km
Power consumption (NEDC): 22.2 kWh/100 km
Range (NEDC): more than 450 km
Drive system: 2 asynchronous motors, all-wheel drive
Output: 300 kW (408 hp)
Peak torque: 765 Nm
Top speed: 180 km/h (governed)
Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 5.1 s
Battery energy content (NEDC): 80 kWh
Battery weight: 650 kg
Length/width (with mirrors)/height: 4,761/1,884 (2,096)/1,624 mm
Track width (F/R): 1,625/1,615 mm
Wheelbase: 2,873 mm
Boot capacity (depending on equipment): approx. 500 liters
Kerb weight/perm. GVW/pay load (DIN): 2,425/2,930/505 kg
Trailing load max. (12 %): 1,800 kg