What is the real world range of the Mercedes EQC concept?
The real world range (city + highway) in summer is ≈219 mi.
The real world range (city + highway) in winter is ≈184 mi.
Real-life figures may differ significantly depending on weather conditions and driving style.
What is the charge port type of the Mercedes EQC concept?
The European version of the car has a CCS|Type2 charge port.
The US version of the car has a CCS|Type1 charge port.
Where can I charge the Mercedes EQC concept?
Firstly, you can charge it at home from a regular socket.
Secondly, you can charge it at any AC charging station with the corresponding charging cable.
What is the on-board charger capacity of the Mercedes EQC concept?
The on-board charger of the car can take up to 7.4 kW.
How long does it take to fully charge the Mercedes EQC concept?
We recommend you to use the EV Compare charging calculator to estimate the electric vehicle charging time and cost.
- If you charge it from a regular NEMA 5-15 socket, it will take 49 h 23 min to charge it 0-100% (charging speed ≈5 mph);
- If you charge it from a NEMA 14-50 socket, it will take 12 h 01 min to charge it 0-100% (charging speed ≈19 mph);
- If you charge it at a Tesla Supercharger or any other DC charging station, the car’s battery can accept up to 110 kW of power. However, the average charging rate will be lowered to extend the battery life. What’s more, not all stations are capable of generating such power. In the best case scenario you will be able to charge your Mercedes EQC concept 0-100% in 109.09090909091 minutes.
What is the cargo capacity of the Mercedes EQC concept?
The vehicle total cargo volume with the seats unfolded is 18 ft3.
What is the towing capacity of the Mercedes EQC concept?
The vehicle can tow up to 4000 lb.
What powertrain does the Mercedes EQC concept have?
The vehicle has a 80 kWh traction battery, which powers two ac-induction electric motors located on the rear and front axles.
The motors produce a combined power output of 402 hp/300 kW of power and 564 lb-ft of torque.
This enables the car to hit 0-60 mph in 4.9 s and reach a top speed of 112 mph.