Mercedes-Benz EQC: Electric intelligence and excellent drivingEdward Green ▼ | May 16, 2019
The new Mercedes-Benz EQC (combined power consumption: 20.8 - 19.7 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km) is the first Mercedes-Benz under the product and technology brand EQ.
Cars Combined power consumption: 20.8 - 19.7 kWh/100 km
With its intelligently coordinated drive system, battery management, charging management, recuperation strategies, digital services and the infotainment system MBUX, the EQC is a new departure in e-mobility. The vehicle's electric intelligence is also shown in for the EQC optimised navigation. It uses numerous factors to plan a route automatically including loading stops if necessary. It takes into account e.g. the current charge status of the battery, the weather, the topography and traffic flow, and available charging stations.
The route calculation is always based on a fast and convenient route with few charging stops and short charging times therefore quick-charging stations are given preference. Customers do not necessarily have to charge the vehicle fully, but can charge it to suit the total journey time. The route planning also responds dynamically to changes. It can take place both offboard and onboard, i.e. externally (via the Mercedes me App) and within the vehicle. The journey can therefore be conveniently planned at home before departure, or while already en route if required.
Via Mercedes me Charge the customer receives access to the world's largest charging net with over 300,000 charging points and over different operators of public charging stations in Europe alone. Thanks to EQC-optimised navigation, Mercedes-Benz customers can find these stations easily and can gain convenient access to the charging stations via the Mercedes me Charge card, the Mercedes me App or directly from the car. ■