Nary a year goes by when Mercedes-Benz doesn’t roll out a showroom’s worth of new and updated cars and crossovers, so many, in fact, that it has essentially created multiple sub-brands to manage it all: AMG for go-fast, Maybach for high-end luxury, and now EQ for electrified. The all-new 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC400 4Matic marks a first for the three-pointed star’s emerging EQ electric-vehicle strategy, ushering in what Benz is billing as a new era of mobility for the marque. Like Audi (e-tron) and Jaguar (I-Pace), Mercedes decided to start its electric-vehicle push with a crossover, which makes sense given that’s where much of the market action is at present. Although it’s built on the same line as the GLC-class, which itself has been updated for 2020 and will be available in coupe and AMG flavors in addition to the base model, the EQC is 85 percent its own thing. Powering the EQC is an 80-kWh lithium-ion battery pack that delivers the juice to two asynchronous electric motors that spin the wheels, one at each axle. Overall system output is rated at 402 horsepower and 564 lb-ft of torque. Although Benz won’t comment publicly about the EQC’s EPA-estimated range until closer… Read full this story
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