The 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC revealed in production form with official specifications

Discussion in 'EQC' started by Domenick, Sep 4, 2018.

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  1. The camo has finally come off the production version of the 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC, as it is officially known, and the official specs have been published. First the photo...behold:


    Official specs:

    Drivetrain: Dual motor all-wheel-drive. 402 horsepower, 564 lb-ft of torque
    0-to-60: 4.9 seconds
    Top speed:112 MPH (electronically limited)
    Battery size (usable): 80 kWh
    Range: (approximately) 200 miles (320 km)
    Efficiency: 22.2 kWh/100 kWh
    Onboard charger: 7.4 kW
    DC fast charging: 40 minutes for 10%-80%
    Maximum charging current: 110 kW
    Wheel size: 19-inch, 21-inch optional
    Dimensions: Length 187.4”
    Width w/mirrors 82.5” | w/o mirrors 74.2”
    Height 63.9”
    Wheelbase 113.1”
    Curb Weight (lbs) TBA
    Drive modes: Comfort, Eco (features haptic accelerator pedal), Max range, Sport, and Individual (customizable!)

    Price: To be announced.

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  3. Ok, Autogefühl has just given us a nice bit of video exploring the inside and outside of the car, including running through a lot of the controls. A must-watch.

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  5. gooki

    gooki Well-Known Member

    Nice video by Autogefühl.

    I like the more station wagon look, vs a high SUV.

    The 'electric art' styling elements look terrible. The AMG exterior is much nicer. Even has a decent rear end. Shame about the interior, not a fan.

    Odd choice of double flap the charge port.
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  6. I still haven't had time to watch the whole thing, which sucks because I'm a big Autogefühl fan. But yeah, I was a little disappointed by the styling. I was expecting to like the exterior -- I certainly like the concept -- but it just doesn't quite work for me. Maybe with a bit of time...

    I do like some elements of the interior but that dash just falls apart for me design-wise. For me, it's mostly the screen. It too long and not well incorporated into the dash. I'd prefer two screens. Impressed that the leather substitute has a good hand, close to the real thing.
  7. gooki

    gooki Well-Known Member

    The screen, the terrible vents, the controls under the vents, the excess of buttons on the strrering wheel, the visible seat controls. I find in appealing which is a shame.

    The seats, and door liners look good.

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