Mercedes-Benz has expanded the EQC crossover lineup by adding two new versions.
The zero-emission Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC is available to order now as a base model throughout Europe. Its consumption is 21.5 kWh/100 km.
The vehicle costs from €66,068.80 in Germany (incl. VAT). Mercedes claims that if an environmental bonus of €5000 from the federal government and a €2500 subsidy from the manufacturer are taken into account, the car value can be lowered to the effective price of €58,093.80.
A new range-topping model now is the EQC 400 4MATIC AMG Line starting at €73,208.80.
It features AMG-specific exterior and interior, including a Black Panel front grille in a twin-blade design, aerodynamically optimised five-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels in tantalum grey; sports seats, a multifunction sports steering wheel in Nappa leather, an upholstery in Artico man-made leather / Dinamica microfiber; other AMG features.
Now customers can order the both – EQC 400 4MATIC and EQC 400 4MATIC AMG Line. The models will be available at Europe’s dealers in May 2021.
Like all EQCs these versions come with an 11 kW charger as standard.