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Mercedes-Benz revealed the EQC 4 × 4 electric rugged SUV

Mercedes-Benz EQC 4x4²

Mercedes-Benz EQC 4x4²


Mercedes-Benz unveiled a new rugged EQC 4 × 4 electric SUV off-road to show that electric cars can also be adventure cars

This is actually a Rivian mission with the R1T and R1S SUV electric van, which it describes as adventure vehicles

car review: Mercedes-Benz EQC 4x4²


As for Mercedes-Benz, instead of making a new car, they decided to modify the existing EQC electric SUV


The EQC 4 × 4² was developed as a "one-off" vehicle by a multi-departmental team under development engineer Jürgen Eberle

EQC 4 x 4² demonstrates how sustainable mobility can be fun. This is where high-tech electric mobility and an interesting customer experience take to the mountains, thanks to MBUX and over-the-air upgrades. To put it succinctly, the progressive electric luxury is off-road. This driverable study clearly demonstrates that, along with our passion for e-mobility, we at Mercedes-Benz have a strong demand for leadership in this sector and will increase the emotional appeal of this segment in the future


The EQC 4 x 4² is twice that of the EQC and is even higher than the G-Class


 EQC 4x4² was created by a cross-sectional team of Mercedes business enthusiasts centered around a very cool season called Jürgen Eberl, where the EQC 4x4² is twice as high as the production EQC, 58 mm higher than the G Class, and has approach / departure angles and separation to die from Order wheel flares that make them appear tougher than a granite worktop. Squeeze some 285/50 R20 wheels and tires, and you've got a car that can silently stow off-road pretty much anywhere you want it


It is the EQC. There's an 80 kWh battery that's valid for over 200 miles of range (even set this way), more than 400 hp available immediately and looks unmissable. In addition to being relatively practical - the electronics have been tweaked to make the most of the hardware in Off-Road + mode, so it feels like a production vehicle - there are some fun pieces. For example, engineers messed with the EQC's AVAS (Advanced Vehicle Alert System) system that makes noise to alert pedestrians. Now headlight canisters are used as amplifiers for a more convenient acoustic signature


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