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Mercedes-Benz Arrives At Paris Motor Show 2018 With The 2020 “EQC” Concept.

The EQC produces more than 400 Hp and can hit a top speed of 112 Mph.

Following its worldwide introduction a month ago, the all-new 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC has made its European debut here at the 2018 Paris Motor Show. Found just a couple of meters from the Tesla and Jaguar shows where a couple of Model Xs and I-Paces likewise happened to be stopped, the EQC is Mercedes’ first EV composed and designed to be an EV from the get-go. It’s the beginning of another time for the German extravagance automaker, and there was a significant group encompassing it.

With 402 hp and 564 lb-ft of torque produced by its two electric engines, Mercedes claims the SUV hybrid has a scope of more than 200 miles. Zero to 60 mph will occur in only 4.9 seconds while the EQC will top out at 112 mph.

Strikingly, the I-Pace has a superior scope of almost 300 miles on a solitary charge, yet the EQC is all the more powerful. The EQC will likewise be clashing against a few adversaries from its own nation of origin, the forthcoming BMW iX3 and Audi e-tron.

Mercedes claims the EQC can recover 80 percent of its charge in only 40 minutes on account of DC quick charging. Like with any regular gas powered or PHEV Mercedes, the EQC guarantees a stimulating driving background. A few drive modes are close by, among them Comfort, Eco, Max Range, Sport, and Individual.

The inside, similar to that of all new Mercedes vehicles, is a show-stopper mixed with splendid innovations. For instance, drivers and travelers will have the new Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) infotainment framework and only excellent materials were utilized all through. We likewise figured out how to look at the back seat and it’s bounty ample.

The outside plan is no ifs ands or buts polished, yet despite everything we’re left pondering whether Mercedes could have pushed the bar somewhat further. The I-Pace, for instance, is by a long shot the sexier of the two. Evaluating will start at around $80,000 and will go marked down at some point in 2020.

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