Mercedes-Benz EQC 2021: Release date, price, range, interior and news

The Mercedes-Benz EQC 2021 has been a long-time coming. Despite Mercedes penchant for technical innovation, it has been relatively slow to adopt electric vehicles. Its EQC, the first series production EV from the German marque, arrived in Europe a long time (in car years, at least) after Tesla, Jaguar and even Kia/Hyundai launched family-friendly EVs that offer impressive and usable everyday range.

But Mercedes, being one of the oldest car brands out there, was likely waiting until its EV recipe was perfected, and the time was right to unleash an onslaught of battery-powered vehicles under its new EQ branding. The EQC is, if you hadn’t guessed it already, an electric SUV that slots into its existing C-Class vehicles in terms of size and design.

Mercedes-Benz EQC 2021: Specs

Release date: TBA (U.S.) ; On sale now (U.K.)
From $68,895
2 motor, AWD
Battery range:
255 miles
0 to 60 mph:
4.9 seconds
MBUX voice assistant, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Level 2 autonomy


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