Mercedes-Benz is becoming popular amongst EV lovers, with approximately 2,500 Mercedes-Benz EQC in September this year.
With the Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC, Mercedes-Benz put the first vehicle of the Mercedes-Benz EQ brand on the road, as the lead car for their Ambition 2039 strategy. With a more powerful on-board charger with 11 kW, the EQC is now receiving a technological upgrade and can thus be charged at home much more quickly at the Wallbox and at public charging stations with alternating current. This means that the 80 kWh battery can be charged in 7 hours 30 minutes from 10 to 100 percent SoC (state of charge), shaving 3.5 hours from the previous time with a 7.4 kW charging capacity. It is of course even faster at direct current (DC) charging stations.
The global product portfolio of Mercedes-Benz now encompasses five all-electric models which we can’t wait for them to make their way to the Middle East.
Read more about the Mercedes-Benz EQC here